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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, AFRIL 20, 100b. jMmKmMwmvmmn, lummurasnva i L2. - A --..t. m&Mm mm The Muhlfelder Hats At $10.00. .( - t -;r--s... suborn . w &rz :v n j , ' Some of these combine the feature of 1lir lili;h-prlocd Press Huts nnil the tlrc.sler Street UutK, ac are n ppni lirltito for wear on all ihtii. SlniiS. Others In this croup err nrcly striking nrntluits for wearing at ilressy nITiilis. All possess distinction iiml trim Parisian Mylc, though developed In our own work looms liml, consequently, more pracllonl nnrl far more economical lluin dm original from which ihcy ur iidiipl. ril. Tlir-y have nil the Miinrt rxclmlvencss and lirnuty Hint one wnulil expect In fiml In Huts nt twice their price. The uir'ply In extensive nnd incluris n bocomlii(r Myle for pvpry one, MUHLFELDER'S. 841-843 CHAPEL ST. ii diupendous PureSiase of the Combined Stock l Toilet ioods asid Spndrls of Throe Colleqe S i i 1 ' 'J v:.ix.:j V. I k i M t j avm.mas! p. skmpm:. .rn. I One nf llir l'rlnclpnN In Hip Cnst of Ci the liniy!' "When .Tohiiny ('nines I MnrclihiK lloinp." re :ard cl i th j ROIOfST IX !Il.YS' OPKHA. Ur I A new (linger In the Grnyn npprntlc ""j 'Vroduotlon thl year will he Wllllnm ' Seniple, Jr., whii Is to play the Aart of "Undo Tom," In "When Jolm l.' Jiy Comes MarohliiR Home." Mr. Sm .V'h'' haH been cer-n in minstrel work In oiiUils city a numlier of times and IiIh "black face" roleR are nlways extreme, ly well done. Mr. Semple In the Orflvs opfrn bus a mu.lriii number with a "plckannlnny" ballet that It sure to b one of the hlt.i of the Phow. The din racter of "I'lide- Tom" furnishes much of the comerly f opera nnd "lilll" Is the one M,ro bet to make cood In larse lumps. HYPERION. of fores 0 those who do not know of the Colleg Stores Corporatfon we would say that it is a company which controls a chain of hich grade stores located in the nrmrmal mllpo-c towrc th& rnimtm tk j:.- ...u; j.u .i i ji . . i , .. I 1 I L- u i u t x. - : H ...... ww. , j. iiiuuiaiiuuc Hintii uicsc stores nanoie is or tne verv I l nienest character for their chentels rpnrpcpnt a rlasei that rimonrio niiiif ;nc. t..i i 3 - . , . --r " ' . w vjnomijr msii.au ui juiv-c. l)u i us iuc carninei urn not come Upj ,rcquir.. V,andard' thi9 corPrat,on decided to discontinue three stores which are in Willlamstown, Mass , Woostcr Ohio u" iuuum lur sum opportunities, we immediately made mem an otter for the en tire stock, which they accepted. Thus we place before you the most astounding bargains ever heard of in such high grade toilets. Tftis Sensational Economy Event Starts Here Tuesday Morning at 9 A. T Natl Scrubs Sold by Stores College nt 10c, our price 3c Genuine Russian Rubber Bath Sponges College Stores' price J1.S0, our price id 2 3 ENTERTAINMENTS. The Top o Hi' World" Opens Kn KnRcnient To-night. Georcc Monroe comes here a.s the principal comedian in J. M. Alli son's big musical extravaganza "The Top o" th' World." the attraction at the Hyperion to-night and to morrow afternoon nnd evening. ',,r twenty .vears Mr. Monroe has com ppllPd mirth and his monologue n the lant act of this unusual piece, It Is said, would make a gravedlpger Initffh. A certain New yr c-rtttr-went ko far as to say that Monroe was the only actor who could Imper. senate a woman without offence. As Queen Aurora Korean he has oppor tMnltlcs that are VHrled and those who have .cn him during the five months' run of "The Top o' th' orld" nt tim m.i.,.1. j . , APW. ,nrk ,.tVi fnv (hat h" l without a superior as a "come man. Allison's extravaganza Is ,rlm f of elaboratnly 1RP(1 "right and catchy music, novel ef fpets, a cant that wins, a riot of color and pretty gin,. Th fatlirPfl mpm. hers arc Crg Monroe Hailev n. Au.'tln. Annn I ,.mi,ii,. . . iauucen ' "'V'1 ,ho -"""l-any Include, ..-,..,.,-, pPopie. The new piece comes here with the entire original ew York production and cant. 59c HYPERION THEATER. W MONDAY. Tt'KPPA V, APRII 20-21. V' Willi .....( n I Miilln.. "The Topo' th' World." v t)rct rrom Its Hair Ysr nt th Ma I Jeslle and far-1 no Theaters, New J York. . roup wv op .- 'nelufVIr.g the di-lglnal Hroadway Cast , i and ine FAM JUS COLLIE BALLET. ..- .1 ur; M.nrti nil' l.iiMTUT P' X I PI IP, ''vary I tn 11 of thn MniropnlKau pro- Murunn. PrlrPfl I! vp . 9?.n in 11 Afat OR p $1. finln oppns Friday. Cflrrlngpn at . igaayasawagi MONDAY, TI.'KKDAY, WKIiNKtfDAY. April 20, 21, 22. i Mntlnee Weilnesiliij-. 'orter J. White's Original, Company In Goethe's II FAUST" V, 7 With Olftnverne as "llnritiirrllr. RKOl'l-AR I'ori'bAU I'ltlCKS. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATl'KUAY. April 23, 24. 25. Mnllnee Mnlurilny. eturn Engagement of the Popular Yoiiny; Actor. Joi-ili S.inll''y, In the Now Piny,' "IIII I.Y I II 10 Kill," REGULAR l'Ol'UUUl PRK'Efl. OLI'S NEW THEATER ENTIRE WEKK OF APRIL 20. Three Star Features NEW- HAVEN. liKKf'II DAVIS M.OVD. I OTH E R A TT R A CT ION'S B POLI'S POPULAR PRICES Bijou Theatre. YI.VMSTKII 7 POM, Proerletor, KNTIKE WKISIv OK APRIL 20. IIIJoil i'heiilir Stuck I iMiian), "MISTHKNH Mni.l,." Poll's Popular Prices: Uc, 20e, 30e. Ladies at matinees with children rn lve socclal attention, Houvenlr mat. ie Friday. Dally matinees, Keats reserved In advance. Tel. 5012. "l-ninf the 1'lrst Three Pnv, of (he Week Hilly ,,t. ki,,.. ,n,r. The attraction at the New Haven theater to-night. Tuesday and Wed nesday and at the mntlive Wednes day will he Porter J. White's pro ductlon of -Kau.-t." The production this year Is claimed by managers to far surpass all previous undertakings of Goethe's great Immortal plnv. Wil liam Richards, better known among his college chums a.s "Nick himself" has been particularly selected and he ably sustains Mephlto. Manv critics aKree and approve of Mr. Richards' "ffht and nlry Interpretation of the character and his peculiar manner In holding an audience mnkn(r u f-ol that it Is really on "good terms lth the devil." Mls oiga Verne portray (he role of "Marguerite" uml Is strikingly beautiful nnd winning In the part and contributes to the per formance ono of it, chief charm The gowns worn by Miss Verne were Hpeclnlly Imported from Paris for this la.-t great renewal of ti,e ,.,, .,.., slag:! sermon. Faust bv Fre.leH,. t Wllaon Is strong and Impressive and bin eniollon genuine, bis person ap peals to one as being Shukespeare'H ono Ideal of a true and .levoteil lover These three charactcra nlone In the winds of such well known "metropol itan stars" Is a gunrnnten In Ituclf of the merit of thn eniertalnment, An other enjoyable limovi.tl,,., i ,u.. -mi., or rne intermezzo from "f'avlle rla, Rustlcanna," the rendition of which expresses the perfection of vo cal art. A choir of seven trained voices Is n noteworthy feature In the cathedral scene. fJcenlcally It, Is elab orate and away beyond description or comment. The garden scene the second act Is a beautiful picture. The electrical effects are Immense nnd uf ford a continual succession of .start ling surprises, noinbly In the "Ftrnck en scene" In the fourth act when the curtain falls to the accompaniment of a heavy shower of electric sparks behind which are seen the witches and Imps reveling. Genuine English Hair Brushes College Stores' price up to $3, our p;ice Clothes Brushes College Stores' price 19c, our price 5c 700 Hair Brushes College Stores' price up to 35c, for 12c Dressing Combs College Stores' price up to 75c, for 28c Hand Mirrors College Stores' price up to $2.50, for 00c Bath Sponges College Stores' price up to 20c, for 3g Perfume Atomizers College Stores' price up to f5c, for 22c 300 Whist Brooms College Stores' price 15c to 19c, for 9c T f loilet r reparations At Extraordinary Price Concessions A EOUT500 packages of assorted preparations, made un- der the famous "Queen" brand, inclurfino- ftrr rram J VI Wll hand lotion, shamnoo icllv and linnirT tnnrN nact powder, face powder and many others. These were regu y larlv sold bv the Collepe Stores at nricea rancrino- un & A y j j i t o i o cy r MljH S to 50c, your choice in sale at ' French Mi'itary Brushes I Assorted Toilet Soaps College Stores' price up to $4, for j College Stores' price 5c to 10c a cke 1.49 Ebony Military Brushe: College Stores' price up to $1.50 for 39c 2'2G Witch Hazel, Bay Rum College Stores' price 15c half pint, for 8c Genuine Badger Hair Shaving Brushes . College Stores' price up to $1.5(( for 35c Emery Boards College Stores' price 10c a bundle for 3c Celluloid Soap Boxes College Stores' price 19c, our price 0c 1000 Tooth Brushes College Stores' price 39c to 50c, for 17c 600 Tooth Brushes College Stores' price up to 25c, for 9c Genuine Solid Back Hair Brushes CDllege Stores' price 50c ind 69c for 23c Over Half of Our Large Bassmsni Will Be Givsn Over to This Sale 58 the hero to confound his enemies. It. Is understood that In this melodrama Santlcy has found a play which Ills his needs perfectly, The production Is an elaborate one and the company which Is In bis support contains th.' names of many well known players. Mr. Mantley will present "Billy the Kid" at. the Nf w Haven theater for a return engagement Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday nights this week with matlnct)' Saturday. YALE GOLF CLUB. 1. D. PRYDE, Professional. TV Mi;HU:HSIIIP 812.00 StM.MliK MKMPKHMHP $5.(10 KK WINCHESTER-AVENUE CAR OMESTEAD SKATING Mil . T :"-,V- OPKX FOII Till: SHASOX. Admission 10 oents, eluding Lancing PuZ 10:15 to litis Skating 15 cents. "Hilly the Klil." A type pructU'aUy unknown In tiu. j cast h prevented In the melodrama ; "Tilly the Kid" which Josenh Sunt- ! !"; Is presenting with great success this season. The type In question is the tough specimen of femininity which is to be found only In perfec tion In the so-called dance hull, al ways attached to a saloon, In the far western country. She Is bad all the way through, made so perhaps by her constant contact with the rough er element one finds In such places. But becauae he Is outside the pale does not Imply that these women are t.ntlrily devoid of everything that Is good, for In the play l one, taken trum real life, wliu dues much tu help roLrs. Three IValnrr I'nstcr Week I'.lll I.ecch'x Three ItoscbinK, Three features aie on the Easter week bill at Toll's this week. '.A galaxy of favorites in a gathering that will prove to be the biggest vaudeville com bination of the season. The top line will be Al liOfdi arid his Three Rose Iluds In their effervescent comedy of fering entitled "Examination Day at School," This H'rcamlugly funny farcical hit has been a, tremendous success In vaudeville and shows the capabilities of Leech uml the Buds to perfection. Al Leech has always been a warm favorite In this city and upon previ ous occa.-ions has been the pronounced hit of the bills, The latest version of the sketch he will present has been elaborated somewhat with new say ings and doings and the Hucls arc xild to be prettier than ever. For the second heajlllnov tlK'ie will be the eminent author nnd tietor, Mr. Edwards Davis and his company which Includes Adele Blood In the dramatic sketch entitled "All Rivers Meet at Sen." Mr. Davis l.i well remembered by vaudeville devotees of this city, having presented last season tin. play let. "The I'nmrisklnR," v. hb'li woti for him unstinted pralco from press and public, Jn this newest sketch he has brought nn entirely new (heni" forward nnd with special scene! y effects nnd a clever company of artists the play yet has won lots nf favorable comment. Mr. Davis Is a forpier minister of one of the largest cpf .vhes In fallfornla and forged his way lurnurd umuna1 In vaudeville. He u lion to present the lending artists inav be depended something that, will make the local de votees sit np and take due notice. The third hoadllner Is Hose Lloyd, described as the Lloydy with the voice as there are several members of the family In this country nt the pres.ont lime. Miss Hose Is the latest and con sidered the, greatest Importation of Ihc season. Miss Lloyd will Introduce some origi nal song bits of the sight caliber as "When ll's Moonlight on the Prairie," I "Ijidy, Lady," "Boys ami (ilrls," "Kiss n.r," "( leorgla," and "Try a Honey moon With Me." The olio will have Cartmell ami Har ris, late with (Jeofge Cuban's success "Fifty Miles From Boston," In some songs and dances, Vamanuito Brothers, the Japanese wire and perch nrtlsts, who have just completed a successful I engagement In New York city, Valonl the Kuropean juggler and Thomas ,1. I.iempsey, the versatile comedian and the rleclrograph with "A Quiet Hotel," and Jack Kisser. ; sport. The new $5,000 orchestrion adds ! to the delight of the skaters as they I walta around to the tune of the "Merry Widow," There are many experts j whose clever work Is worth studying i uml many novices who create much ! amusement bv their n ivmi-UiIoca.. ..it tin. rollers. YESTVILLE, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jooi-t and young daughter of Brooklyn, spent Sunday with Mrs. .loost's parents, Mr. I uml Mrs. K, A. Todd of A Men iive- i Hue. The Ladles' Missionary society of the Congregational church will meet this week Friday with Mrs, K, W. Yoorheea of fy Fountain street. BIJOU. Last Week Will Sec "Mlslrcas Nell" (it This Piny House.' 1 This Hl'trrnonii and evening and. for the remainder of the week, the Bijou Tln iler Stoil: company will play "MIs j tress Nell," as Ihc attraction of the i closing week of the Bijou i-cnson. Miss Shlpinan will as usual be seen In the lltlc rule and Miss Dorothy Lamb, for :tn years a member of the company, , returns to the company for the week, t At the HIJou box office this morning scats go on s:ile for the entire week. ' lUrectnf McCIH has planned for a spril.il farewell souvenir niallnee and the week promises to he n memorable one In the UfiT-x season. Special II ' lusl rated wing and life pictures be twe?n the nets. " This evening ut 7;.'U) In the parlors of Hie Congregational church the Boys' brigade will hold a competitive, drill, at which time a silver cup will be given to the boy drilling the most accurate and who has bad the best all around appearance during the year, lluwley Lincoln will also talk to the boys about the summer camp, which will be tJm curly part of July. HOMKSl K.VIl SK.VriXU lUXk. Une nf the most attractive spots at the Hock Just now s the Homcslcad i-kaihifi rink, where hundreds nightly enjoy tite huiltliy and exhilarating Charles Ca nadiv of Filch s'reet, who has held Ii position In Schenectady for the w Inter, lias changed his pou lt Ion and Is now stationed In Tilts Held, .Mass. An interesting feature of the "Crack n Joe" minstrel show to be givi n In Masonic hall on Friday eve ning, Is I he fact thai they will be assisted by Benjamin Davis, profes sional clog-dancer. Mr. Davis for a great many .wars traveled on the road doing this kind of work and will doubtless In' welcomed with loud ap plause in Vcst llle. The minstrel show will be given under the auspices of the V. T. S. C, K and ticket;! may be had from any of Its members. Frank Bowdlteh I" ill at hki hotu on Wfcullcy uvcuuu with un alluck ui III" scarlet fever. The case Is a light one, but It Is thu Ilfih case of the win ter In Wcstvllle. The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth odist church will serve supper in the vestry of the church on Thursday evening. 1'IYK MASTKIt l'LOATF.P.. Routluimpton, L. I April 10.The flve-nihsted schooner George P. Hud son, which stranded on the beach near here on April It, while proceeding In ballast from Boston to Baltimore, was floater by tugs today. She proceeded in tow for New York. HERRMANN'S PABST CAFE 756-753 Chapel St. MERCHANTS' NOONDAY 25c LUNCH 25c mi;m Knit mo Mm, apiul 20. sot 1'. Consomme Julienne Btsiiue Ponime d'or K1SH Hdlled Salmon Maltre dn Hotel K.VI'KKI.;, Irish Stew Duglln style KtMSTS. Jioast. Sirloin Primp Beef Yinnii Roast a la I'ahst vr:(ii;T.ni.i:fi. Hashed and Boiled Potatoes Now String Beans VKSSEUV, naked English Plum Pudding Apple and Peach pP8 Tea and Coffee, All our plea, puddings, pastries, ef made by our own chef. Ladles' Cat'ii up stairs. Also meals a la carte. A Chiffonier Shake UP! Four patterns of Oak Chiffo niers, regularly priced at $7.50, $8.00, $8.25 and $9.00, AT $4.98 EACH. Nice Golden Oak Chiffoniers, with mirror, AT $5.98. Four styles of Oak Criffo- niers, with plate glass mirrors, $11.50, $12.00, $14.00 and $15.00, AT $7.98. Three Mahogany patterns, priced at $13.50, $15.50 and $16.00, all at one price this week, viz., , $9.98. Three Bird3-Eye Maple, $21.00, $22.00 and $25.00, AT $13.98. Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. FRED CHATFIELO, Pres. and Treas. JAM ICS H. C11ATF1BLD, Seuy. The Geo, M, Grant Co, MASONS MO GENERAL CONTRACTORS. P.oom 201. Exchange Bldg. Tel. 2DDG 85 Chapul St. COYNE BROS. 250 Blatcliley Ave. Concrete and Cement Walks, Floors, Drives, etc., Laid and Repaired. Roofing' a Specialty. 15rlck and Hag Walks Kenuircd. Id. S22.S. Ssiuicriur Work Uuaruulccd.