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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1908.
Have a VV VII 11111 AT LOCAL THEATERS HYPERION. rv afternoon for ladles and children with beautifully Illustrator! soups. Next work the powerful play "From Fire to Son." .S'-iit orders ,ml' 1)0 booked now. "YANKEE TOURIST riip Paiul of Nod" on 1 tic Hoards for Notiibli' MiiBiiKoinciit. l'ir i able On Us. a clean, wholesome and enjoy entertainment, "Tim Land of Noil," which comes tit the Hyperion t'l-nlKhl. mill Saturday with Satur iliiy ma'tlneo, April 3 and 4, enjoys a reputation which has not boon excell ed In the history of the stao In this POLI'S. Pauline, tln (ircnt I'rcnoli Hypnotist, Comes Next Week. Our thcatersoors and amusement seekers have for the past thirty years or more witnessed the exhibition of mind rtfadlns and hypnotism or nics nierltmi as (riven by a score or more country, It ,1s not what Is termed, of professors of the art, ami nunminn "up to the average" In musical plays, i nmny of them were thotigiu to tie ur but Is far superior and a decided In- Itlsts In their line of work novation In the amusement line, Tim Raymond Hitchcock, as Funny as Ever, Amused Big Au dience Last Night. AVAXT CITY TO HKLP fLKAX. See Us Make Them In Our Window. We will have three candy ex perts, direct from the factory in Boston, making these delicious confections. They combine the choicest Maraschino cher ries, purest cream, most deli cious juices and finest choco late obtainable. Intoxicate only with delight. Hork company has (riven the stane another play equally as good ah their "Comlnsr TbrV the Rye," which Is an other of their attractions. t If you want to be taken hack to your childhood dnyn attend a per formance of "The Land of Nod." Hem you will meet "The Sand Man," the "Jack of Hearts," "Welsh Rarebit," "The Man In the Moon," "April Fool," and other strange characters of childhood dreams, The story and plot are well worked out. Bonnie, a little Klrl falls asleep In her home garden and Is transformed to "The Land of Nod" where she meets all sorts of queer creatures and people. It remained for Paulino to convince us that the work Is progressive and that the last to visit us Is the best. Pauline Is to give uh a series of entertainments at foil's theater for one week, commenc ing Monday matinee. The whole en- Demonstrations Wed., Thurs., Fri. and Saturday. TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. "M'llp. Modiste." Penis will be placed on pale to-day nt the Hyperion for the appearance next Wednesday and Thursday, April S-! of the Inimitable Frit a I Sclierf In Charles Dillingham's production of "M'llc. Modiste." Alice Mclsrn In "Vnust." Music lovers of New Haven will un doubtedly avail themselves of the op portunity to hear Gounod's famous opera "Faust." which will he present ed by the San Carlo Crnnd Opera com pany at the Hyperion ju xt Monday evening, April 6. Miss Alice Nielsen, will sing the role of "Marguerite." The prices of seats for this performance will range from 50 cents to J2.M). NEW HAVEN. I p.m i.ivr, I Tin (irnii I'rrnch HipnoiM, al Poll's i Next WrrU. 25c Box E. L, Washburn Ho. 84 Church St. 64 Center St. Royal Kronnbers; I'eginiPiit Hand (ilvr Hrllllant Cniii-rrt To-nlfilti. 'A trea.t Is In store for loves of good musle at" tlm w Haven theater to night wlmn the Koyal Kronohi rg Regl ment Bund, Sweden's crack Military Orchestra of S." picked musicians will give a grand concert. This band has been drawing packed houses In New York Hnd Boston and el? -where where they have played. The band Is under the direction of Krlk Hoegberg cf the Court orchestra and Royal Opera, Stockholm, he Is one of the noted mil itary musicians of Sweden and has re cently been made a Knight of the Or der of Vasa by King ilustaf V of Swed en. The program for to-night's con cert will be as follows: i Hor oss, Svea Wennerberg.) 1. Overture-William Tell Ro.slnl S. Potpurrl ofver svenska folkmelo dler Medley of Swedish folk tunes SJoeberg 5. (lamia. Kimrater Marsch fold tertalnment Is relincd, amusing and In structive. He ni.'lk' S a feature nf the scientific part of hypnotism and tele pathy but Intersperses these experi ments with amusing stunts by hie h. p notlc subjects. cru iK isks iusiioi. Dr JENTEi5TAN)l HYPERION THEATER. PRIPAV ANT) SATPRPAY, nnd Nnmrdiiy Mnllnrr, APRIL 3 uvl 4. The Rork Company's nig Musicil Ex travaganza, "THF, i.wn ok nrv 76 People tn the Company. Sale opens Wednesday, April 1. Prices: Kvcnlngs, 25c to $1.50; mat inees, 2Fie. to $1. HYPERION THEATER. i )NK NKillT ONLY MONTi AY. APRIL mn mho ;nM niK.R com. ! v With ALU'K NKLSKN snd a f'ompnny of Km-t'oean Artists In "I'M SI" 4n Trained Muslelnns I'lmrtis of SO Prices: Roe,, 73e.. $1, Jl.nll. $3. $JiO. Rents on sn'e Friday. farrlngrs at l'jfio. I'omrndes) Telke CooUc TlilnUs Killlus of Pay 1 Cluirsrs Tyriiiinlcal. j New York, April '.' Itev. (ieorge; A. Cooke, of Urandoii, 't., whose i charges against Chancellor Pay, of Syrnriiup I'lilverslty, were quashed yesterday by Rlsbop Moore, appeared 1 to-day at the New York Methodist; Kplscopal conference, sitting In St. James' church, and Issued a statement ', criticising the bishop. ! "I will stand by nil I have done, Py ' nil I have said," remarked Mr. Cnoke i as lie handed out his statement. "Thic matter Is not finished. It has only Just begun." Raymond Hltchrock In "Th? Yankee Tourist," at the Hyperion last evening once more took New Haven and a goodly delegation of Yale men present by storm. He talked his songs In the Inimitable Hitchcock fashion nnd fin ally being called before the curtain at the end of the second act asked his audience for a, rendition of "March Dow n Ihe, Field." After some hesita tion on the part of the students pres ent the song was rendered and he re tired with a word of thanks. "The Yankee Tourist" Is the "Uallop er" set, to music. Kobyn has given sevcrul tuneftlt melodies to w hich Wal lace Irwin has set excellent words hut It must be confessed that the musical numbers have demanded cuts in the comedy that are to lie regretted as some of Ihe most humorous scenes have been omitted. The play was n hlg ("ucccss however, and the audience rocked too and fro with mirth all the time that this prince of fun makers was on the stage. The story of the play deals with the Impersonation of a war correspondent, In Oreeee hv one Coiieland Schuyler. As a result of thlr. change the man finds j himself In a series of most, astounding j predicaments among which are two j women, one the divorced wife of Klrke Warren, the correspondent, and an other whom be has agreed to marry. A threatened duel has Its pnrt in Ihe scheme. Kverythlng ends all right, nnd Schuyler finds the hidden treasure that j the girl be loves Is hunting for. There I were bright lines a plenty In the piece I and the hcit men possible to get all the fun out of them. The song hits j weir "Rainbow." "Would You I.Ike a Sweetheart." and Hitchcock's two I solids, "What's the I'se," and "There l Conies a Night " In the first the pret 1 tlest effect nf he play was obtained I through the use nf long wlilte scarf on which colored lights were thrown, j Hitchcock In the role of Cop"land : Schuyler was the fame old Hitchcock, i There was no makeup, nothing hut his I lriey;tlblc, never stopping humor that I burst forth whatever he did. His wIT", Flora Znlielle, cared for the role of bis I sw eetheart mo:-t acceptably and Ilelepe ! Hale In the part of Klance Halley, who j "walked on the celling" gtacefully ' sang and danced her way Into the Professors Kent, mill Bailey Visft Mayor .Martin. Professors Charles Foster Kent and William R, Bailey held another con ference with Mayor Martin yesterday afternoon In regard to some action on the part, of the city toward the clean ing up of some of the back yards In the slum sections of the city which j have been declared by Prof. Bailey In a recent lecturo on the subject n In 'filthy condition. The mayor states that the professors desire the city to call upon the people for a, cruado In cleaning up the yards believing that If such a step Is taken by the city it will lead to sonie result. The mayor considers that a. great deal of power In relieving the. condi tions lies with the board of health. He favors the Issuance of orders in Hindi coses as It. can be done by the board of health and If they are not followed the prosecution In court of the parties who fall to obey the or ders. He declares that such action will have a beneficial result, on a large nuni'ber of other cases regardless of the result of the action In court. Another conference will be held later In regard to the matter. Women Who Think. OFFICERS INSTALLED Newly-Elected Members of the Elks Take Office Several May Go to Dallas. If you are a thinking woman, and you no doubt thirk you are, the following will make you think. Just between you and me, is it not a significant fact that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the only medicine for woman's peculiar ailments, the makers of which print a. full list of its ingredients, attested under oath, on its bottle wrappers? Docs this not mean something to you if you are a sufferer? ' It means that you absolutely know what you are taking when you make use of this world-famed medicine. It means that you absolutely know that you are not taking "booze" when using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, but a good, honest, square-deal medicine adapted to woman's delicate organization by an educated, trained and experienced special ist in woman's peculiar weaknesses and ailments. Are the above facts not of some importance to you? Many thousands of America's most famous physician prescribe Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription because they knoMt just what its composition is which cannot be said of any other medicine advertised for the cure of woman's special ailments. It makes weak women strong and sick women well. It has done this for many hundreds of thousands. What it has done for others it will no doubt do for you if you but In the absence of the State Supreme j give it a fair trial. Deputy, Past Kxalted Ruler Dr. James I)on't fa put 0ff wJtj gomc inferior Substitute With 0 H, Kelly lust night Installed the officers , e , , v j , . of ,he K.,ks ciece,, t th- i-.s, meeting. rord of cures to recommend it. You can t afford to accept a After the installation, those present bi s secret nostrum in place of this tried and proven medicind down to a "Dutch Supper." Those tak- I lug ofllce for the ensuing year and their : respu tlve offices follow; Fxalted ruler-Samuel B. Hnyt. ! Ksieeutcd leading knight -Jacob Y. i iioodhttrt. I Esteemed loyal knltrht- Alexander . Schonlngc,, Fslepnied Wallace. Tyler - Harvey Nicholnin. t Secretary-tS. 11. Hrethauer. I Treasurer-J. V. Toole. Member of the hoard of trustees i Past Kxalted Ruler Joseph II. Mlllvey. ! Joseph II. Miilvey, past exilted ruler, pearl of the unusually large audience. : um j,,, ,, The other members of Ihe cast cared for their part In a most creditable fashion. At times the chorn.- seemed a trifle uncertain as to what was go ing to happen next but then no one cared about that for they came to laugh at Hitchcock and thry had every opportunity to do as they wished. of known composition. THOUGHTFUL, INTELLIGENT WOMEN use -ton Pierce's Favorite Prescription for many good reasons. It enables them to avoid the disagreeable questionings and abhor ent examinations generally deemed necessary by the familyi lecturing knight-Thomas j physician, it cures in me privacy oi me nome. 11, nowever, you want the advice of a skilled specialist in woman's peculiar maladies, write or call upon Dr. R. V. Pierce at the Invalids! Hotel and Surgical Institute, 663 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y. Dr. Pierce's advice is given gratis. It costs you nothings local lodge's delegate (., the ; may fa 0J. muQ t() yQU nell. Although It Is a long way i J wmmmm J Next to obtaining Dr. Pierce's Personal advice, you will find HYPERION THEATER. W1JDNKSDAY AND THURSDAY, A Pit 1 1. FRITZi SCHEFF ' In M'l.MC MOnHTK Prl-es: ROe. to $2 Sale opens Monday. iHT. Ai'itn. ;i. 4. (a) Aes dod (Death of Asael; (b) I.andkjendlng (l.andsightlng) dries 5. Splnnarian nr "Deu Bergtagm "The Mountain Bride") Hallstroem 6. Kntreakt och kor ur op. "Carmen" (Kntr'act and chorus from the op. "Carmen") .. .'. Bizet 7. (Judarnes Integ I Wallhall ur op. j "Rhengnldet" iF.ntry of the Rod Into Walhalla from the op. Rheln- gold) Wagner . Midsnmmarvaka svensk rhnpsod- ; (Mldsommerwake, Swedish rhap- 1 s.idy) Mfven 9. (a) Skjulsgossen l.lnlhladj (The stag'-boy homeward hound) ; (b) Irmelin Rope, Peter.on-Ber. ; gen c) lUgnhlld rleb , ! Opcrapangerskan Fru Mally Hoegber. 10. Skargardslatar Iran Itislagan (Tuns from the Pkerrley) art . Hoegherg. 11. Hellmausmeloilier SJ i. berg (Bellman melodies, 1Mb Century.) 1 II. Kronohorrarnes Marsch (Regl- mental March of the Royal Krop. ohergla rm.) (SSvenska Armeus Taplo.) Mme. Mally Hoegberg will be tlvi vocalist, The advance sale has been large but good seats are still for disposal. "Don't yott eondiler It Imnornlile tn tell a man hl faults to Ids fare;" ipinrlrd the nuth. ")'.." replied th w-Ue guy. "hut I consider It safer li t"ll them to Ids neighbor." t'lileagi Pally Ncw. IIOMI'.STMAD SK TI.; KIXK. A leap year mnso,uemd will b li dd at the llonv stead skating rink this evening. This Is sure to lie a great night. It will attract the atten tion of a host of young people, w ho have been at the rink before and know tin- delightful fiMiuris. skat ing from 7 to 10 o'clock and darning from 10:15 to 11:1S. Music every af ternoon and evening. grand council. from New Haven to Dallas, Texas, It is nrob.ible that Delegate Mulvey will : be a impanied by hPvrr.ii members of, ViJs rroat book The PcodIc's Common Sense Medical ArlvU(r t. . v-... ti ,1... .-.i.vi-. , o r I a book of over a thousand pages, copiously illustrated offers many valuable suggestions to invalid women. It has been lately revised and brought up-to-date. Costs only 3 1 one-cent stamps for'cloth bound, or 21 stamps in paper binding jnst to covet Cost of mailing only. Address as above. the loial bulge. Next Thursday night District Deputy Freeman of New Lon don will pay the local KlUs an official vl.Mt. oil stoyk tippi:d nvr.it. Company II had a still alarm shortly after !) o'clock last night which called It to the houie at dr. Klm'oerly avenue. An o stove In a tenement occupied by a French family had tipped over and started a slight lire whlth was at once extinguished without damage to speak of. j His statement contained this para j graph; . j "History demonstrates that the pos i session of unbridled power tonds to mnba mpn aiitnrruMp unrl turannt,.1 thing I dare not say, I will nay that this criticism Is Intended to apply tu, both Bishop Moore and Dr. Day." Cook With Cm Ten Cents a Day. K1 00 Do is count on GAS S . It I DAY M Grand Concert by the 110YI, KmiN'inKIt'. HKIilMKST IIANU. Sweden's Crsek Mllltsry Orchestra nr. rn'KKii mi sh'uns-ss SeH fale now open. Prices. ane 'be, and $1. MONDAY, TCKSDAY. WfVDNKSpAY. Anrll , 7. nnd . Mitlorr WwlPlny. Harry l.acy's (iloilous Smitiiern Piny, "TIIK ri.AXTKIPS V1I-K," presented by a Compntiy of Surprising Kxeelleiiee. First time at POf't'l.AR PRICFfi. Bijou Theatre. HYI.VF.STr.n 7.. POM. Vroprletor. UNTIRR WKKK OF MARCH 3J. ; Itljou '1'lieiHrr Xoel ('nnipnnjr, I "HI 4 It Y ." j Poll's Popular Prices: l)c, JOe, $nn. Ladles t matinees wdth ehllrtren re- , celve special Btteitloii. Souvenir mat- : Inee rrldHy. Dally matliees. i Beats reserved In advance. Tel. 8015 POLI'S NEW THEATER. ENTIRE WKKK OF MARCH 31. j i.niM: nir. j 7 OTHKK HH'i ATTRACTIONS 7 Added Feature i l,Ainii', ( i,ii p. POLI'S POPl l.AR PRICKS "The PlnnlerV Wife." The M-enlc and r'ostume requirements of Harry l.acy's heaullful southern play, "The Planter's Wife," as por trsyed by h's company hae been csre fully looked after and all the tcnn.es lire new and fireproof. , "The Planter's "Wife" Is a most for . hie comedy drama and will he present ed here on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes day nlghfs, Anrll 6, 7, S with matinee Wednesday for the first time at pop ular prices. BIJOU. ; Anotlicr Popular Special Souvenir i Matlnep To. day. This afternoon nt the RIJou theater there wdll be another of Ihe popular special souvenir matinees, To-day tip- ' souvenir Is to lie a brand new picture of Miss Shlpman In street costume. The picture Is her favorite one and has nev- ' PI before he it published. This pict ure will be given out at this after noon's matinee, "Du Barry," which Is this week's at traction, Is drawing large and enthusi astic hotif.es, Special matinee to-mor- ANGE If Ordered Before May First Thank Goodness t I'm through Carrying Coal. 21-16 York $13 21-18 York $14 PRESENT PRICES 53-16 Jewel $14 250-15 Garland $25 1186 Vulcan $27 53-18 Jewel $15 250-17 Garland $27 184 HB Vulcan $20 OI'F.X l'OH THF. NI'.ASO.N. Admission 10 cents, Including IHiiirlnj; rroni Ulil.l to 11:15 Skating 15 cents. YALE GOLF CLUB. R, D. PRYDE, Professional, CITY MKMRIIHSHIP 12,00 Kt'MMlsll MKMP.I'USIIIP 85.00 TAK K WINt'1-1 KSTIU1 A V KNt'K CAR. "I, I fc Is at best but .l gloomy prison," filil 1 1 1 r tiiorallrll'g bs 'helnr, "So lunch Hie w oriit fur men w ho ie. llbernlelv choose solitary confinement." teinurked the girl wliu had her traji cl. liulieiutiin. HERRMANN'S PABST CAFE 756-758 Chapel St. MERCHANTS' NOONDAY 25c LUNCH 25c M K I KOIt I HID K Y, APIIII, fl. SOI P. Consomme Pel It Pn flu ni Chowder a la raxlnn I IMI Polled Halnior. Hollandslse Hhor! Rlbs-dlrnl.iee, Plrpjantt! Prime Ribs Reef sii Jus Dreaded Pork Chops---Tomato Snuce t i;t.r,Tni,i:i. Boei and Mushed Potatoes Strtnii IJeatis i)i;.M'.in'. PuddiiiK Dauphins Apple and Custard Tie Ten and Coffee All our ple, puddlnars, pssirlss, et-,p made by nir.' own chef. Ladles' Cafe up Bidli'o. Aiso aicals a lu carte, Terms CASH (with regular 10-day cash discount), or INSTALLMENTS (S3 with order, balance $2 each month). Order your Gas Range in April and save SI on the above prices. . This offer is made to secure orders early and do the piping work before the busy season. !-Hr'H' GET A GAS RANGE SAVE THE I I ORDER IT NOW ! New Haven Gas Light Ca SALESROOM, 93 CROWN STREET. iwiiiwiiw f tiiriTirn Open Saturday Evenings.