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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1908.
. i HI "ft ; ca 'j L rec ) d 1 Wx- 1 ? 'it Mi A 4 (1 I The Sherlock Holmes Pipe COME IN AND SEE IT. . The L. L. Stoddard Tobacco Go. 940 Chapel Street. : :1 Every f For s hut light In weight and flexible 11 well i durahle, we earnestly recom mend the Stetson Self-Cpnformlng Hat We biMht Sititon Suit in4 IVethj ' Hl in (II ih Itlra (trie.. Fur Storage. Tilts Is the time to llilnk of your furs ami entrust them to those who will examine them rarcfuliy and rare Tor them carefully till wanted next winter. We make n siicclalty of fur ' storage. THE BROOKS-COLLINS COMPANY 705 Clinpel Street. Booklovers Take Notice A Clearance Sale of .Fine Editions of Standard Authors Greatly reduced prices List on Application EDWIN C. HILL COMPANY Publisher nail Importer 437 Fifth Avenue, New York. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. iOlT(ei6eiber3. .6!i; 133-137 TEMPLE ST. HIGH-CLASS ?fl GERMAN RESTAURANT. '& '"Ported Beers ft Specialty. . -.Mlftlnem Men'e Noon Lnneh SO TenliL HUHbAnlAH BYPSY ORCHESTRA, D. 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BtTI.DIO. 1R3 Tempi tltrt. Flitoey I'erllD nniler. PrentAeat SINGERS TAKE NOTICE t.earn tn lleail ni il !na; nt Slchl. After years of Btudy and reaeareh I havo completed a niethml of HliiM BhiKlng. coneefl'd by tin bent voimI teaehera nnd nuialclniia to be the heat, alnipleal nnd most completn tnelhofi ever devised. Anyone whet hr tnlrnt ed or not ran with thla ayaleni lea'n to alng- or play nt alRht In the short est poi.lblo time. 1 wnranten sail faction. Correspondence solicited. 0- F. BOBBINS, Principal, Rfiidin, 7I Chnprl M, ,770 I'mnplirll Ave. GLOBE-WERNICKE ' SECTIONAL FILING CABINETS are a help In nny oflii-e, largn or small. They provide n convenient place for every record In your ofllce work. John R, Rembsn & Co, mmmm ieTHOMPSON 5H0P cAH the Planning of an apartment or a home in every detail or interior decoration, Wall covering, Rugs, Carpets, Lamfis and Furniture are to he found at 46 ELM'SHBV-HAVEN-CT Tnrpiy.iourtb Tear. 262 State St. AT LOCAL THEATERS "Tin-; top r tip woKr.n." Xcw ili'ls lilt Scored SuccesN nt the If.vpci'lon l,a;,t rvcnlnir. Vnuilevllln pure nnd slinpln, sur 1 rounded by Home fairly ciiteliy pumle and ehihorntn coMliiiues, "Thfl Top u' th' Wnrld," direct from ,ev York, win presented for the Unit time nt the lly. perlon thenter hefnre a. smiill itudleivo. last exenlnir. a In i- an an eveiilnif en. tertnlnment la ( eerned the plern would prnvo an excellent nntldole for the blues, )MHt night tho prlni'lpnU ImlulBed In a little fun evldenllv nut. ld nf tha lines, which added to the fun. There wns a plot somewhere, hut It WHS nut severe eunuch chiiho nnv se. vern menial strain. " The llrnt sn i'ie in Ihn first H"l driiKued, but alter n vnu ilevllln net In the !ei'onil scene the Inn becan to nt.-U n n-i... D i n cd wild a 111 Hh ami , onllnued iiIiiiik this I no, lifophiK the niidlenee roeklnir In their sen i a uuill I he ciirtain'fell on tin llnale. H wn simply one no a I Inuoim round of vaudeville K.iyetv, with clever people workhiB linn) all t,,p tlnn to derive results. Tho particular star In the amusement linn was eore W, Monroe, who had the role of "Aurora llireslls, Queen of the Northern Unhls," Itotunrl an.l beaming, with a voice that struck Hie lalters (p inlnn the word I, and echncj back nualn, kept the niidlenee In btir.ils of laiiKhler all the tlnvo that he wis on tiiM singe. His "Aln'l It AwrnJ, Aiahle, was on I he Hps of evervone woo went nut of t ho house. I1IH s'omt Aiirnni from Aurora. Illllnols,' wan one nt the hits of the piece. Kathleen CIIIToril rlalins Neeond place on thf. roll r.f honor. Iler porlr.ivnl of the H.I who wauled to a row up was the best piece of real noting done. er InncliiK was far above lli.. Heriie and she was encored ,iKa., Iln, HK An mt I.iugiillii looke, ( xcepllnnallv nr. tractive in lur while costume, sane' cleverly and did seine excellent come dy work. The two comedians, rtaliili Austin nnd Arthur H did a Montuom ery nod Slono net In the rniea f n,., r'audy Kid and the I'rlcndlv Hear. Th Collie Ballet in "The Top o' the1 nt,ier members of the cast made the most i.f their opportunities. The i Ikiiu.1', consisting; practically of n ballet, appeared In new costumes e.icii th"" that thev were called on the ki,tr,. Se.ei'Jil nf tlie diticlnp members we e artistic and the Collie ballet. In which six collies and six girls did n dine", called for several encores. The snug' tills of the piece were "Aurora fro,.i Aurora. Illinois." "Riddle Ma Ren" "r'npld. You anil Me," nnd tin- "l,iii'e llrown lien." It v.-as Interesting- -n note Hun me best music as weil as I he funniest lines seem to have bcti Preserved for the last lo t. perhaps the Idea vas to hnve one p nw.iv with t Rood t.-i::te In one's mouth, If thlH was th" purpose there can be no riuestton but what II was nceompllshed. Tin- piece !s mo."t ela'bor.i lei v and ef fectively st m;nri, tli si enerv ' heliiR In keeping wltli Ihe color scheme of the production, one went there to lauuh and that was ex'ietlv what one ,h lone; end henrtlly, at the foolishness' and above nil the others, as the Klnit of Absurdity, stood out the ,-nr-pulent (Inure ,.,f Centre W. Monroe, J.. jwas t no play. NEW HAVEN. Impressive Production of "rnut" MKs crne as Marguerite. Porter J. White's rnnnniflcent pro duction of Coot he's l 'uiist as present ed by Miss (ilea Vcnv nt the Xcw lltiveii thciit-r tail nlt;tit, la stronit nnd nil thnt could be desired In the way of a heavy drunintlc production. MIsh V'i i-tie iik Mai'KUerite, the simple and st H kin idy benutli'ul couniry kI'-I, who Is made Ihe unfortunate victim of PniiRt'H too ardent love, is not only tin nlde tictrcsa, but Is chnrnilnK In np Ienranee and the linking together of these ficenmrillshnientR innl.es bee pnrllculnrly winsome in the part of the Innocent mtild for whom the whole piny Fttlrs up so much sympathy tind pity. Mephlsto, the tempter, was adnilr. nldy taken by William Richards nnd his Interpretation of the allurements temptations nnd fiendish Kiiiln of 'His Hatnnlc Majesty" was practically tho prnrinnilnalinK feature of tho per forma neo. 'Frederick Wilson as Fount, tho lover of MarKiierlte, rnrrlerl the wooer's character to perfection. Uo Knlnlntr as lie does In tho firs!, art the youth he ho much desires, beln,-? old and Inlirtn nt the time, he Is led by tho hnnd or Mephlsto step by nfep nil the downward path lending to rte tho very abyss planned for his reward, ho seen his folly and attempts denun ciation, hut is confronted with that terrible truth though spoken by Me phlsto, "It is thy work." Valentine, the brother of MnrKner Ite, wns rnrrlerl by Arthur MulMiews and too much praise cannot bo irlvcn him for his creat work in this char acter. Special mention must lie made of his wonderful ability in so natural ly portrnyltiR the. fall of a dying man Hindi' necessary In the fourth net, rlur Ini: which be Is a combatant in a duel with Faust for revengo sought in return lui me iiiivvnla.ll of his sis ter. Lisa, one of the Mortals, taken by Miss Margaret Foy, was particularly pleushiK. hclpK added 111 a prent meas ure by her lieautll'ul voice. That her rendition of "Cnvallerta Rustlclina" wns henrtlly enjoyed was evidenced by the Kenerotis amount of applause bestowed. The portrayals of Martha by Miss Knlhorlno ( nt lip and Finn by Miss Fdc-lnii Hurry were alHu worthy of special note. Particularly plonslne to the sntls flerl Riidb'tice were the musical num bers rendered by a choir of (ruined voices and. belliR unseen as they were, lent an air of solemnity hard to equal. ' The scenery for the entire six Rets was very elaborate nnd the electrical t'fl'vL'tu displayed In nut 5, picturing 4 mmm i iff- - MF.lC.a A CO. Vkll New lliivcn's Largest, Lightest tind llaiulximest htore. Spring Clothes for $18.00 Wonderfully Attractive See Window. riRbti'di dollars is a popular price for cludies for Milts nntl overcoats, HiiowIiik this, we have produced sprliiK clothes In sell nt r'lH Hint put nil other $18 (lollies In the simile, They will satisfy J on, Ths Spring Suits st $18. Tn Ihe liciiiiilfnl new "olors most of them here and nowhere else In all the advanced styles In sack i tmls hrond shoulders' nnd deep chests, dip fronts, lew eulT efTei Is a hi'oad nmse of put terns. Spring Overcoats and Raincoats at $18. Kplendid routs with ernceful lllthiR or loose hacks! fly front and button-through fronts In fancy falirltn, the new ;rays. choice Oxfords and hlitck. KprliiR crop of Trousers has hern harvested n hlR crop, Priced from $2,50 to $7.."0 fur dress purpincs from $l.f,0 up for work uses, THE BtG STORE. CO STFl'S l'KOM CH P1 T. KTKf 'KT. ot to nr. ( ii uncn sir.piT. World," at tho Hyperion Ajain This Afternoon and Evening the "Revels of nemonfi," wan marvel otis. to say the least. The performance will he renented tcaln to-nlKht and to-morrow, mati nee and night. ' "Wily the Kid." Few of the infant ptndirties of the Mno ever appear to nmniint to over much as they crow up. It is siild that all rules are made to he broken, so thin one has been by Joseph S'nntley. Yolinff J-'antley will lie remembered as helm; fc.'ituied la many a piny where the part of (he hoy was ni.irto that of the hero, and he wns considered tho best in his line. Hut as the years have (tone by the little actor has developed into a his one and nt the present thnn is ac counted one of the best of the leadlns port layers of Juveniles in the country. This season he Is starrln.r nl the heiil of his own company In n piny talloi. j limy ine mii, which ims for its lo cale .ev Mexico nnd which Is said to tell a story of Kreat Interest, full of strong dramatic situations, yd telllnif It extremely well. Novelties unouild 111 each of the four acts and the central flrairo, that portrayed by Mr. Pantlcy, Is certainly an heroic young lover. "Hilly the Kid" was seen here once he fore tills season and played to bin bus iness, so that a I'elttrn date was decid ed on which takes place Thursdny, Friday, Kaluiday niKiits, this week, with matinee Saturday. "Hilly the Kid" tells a consistent story which arouses tho sympathies of the spectator, while its tnlliirnl scenes of delightful comedy keeps the audience in a ripple of laughter. The drama, possesses a fnsclnallon th it draws i people to witness It on account of Its I naturalness and inHh. There Is little jsltnlnlnfi- after melodramatic effect as I the situations follow In natural se j rpience. Plclurcsque scenic noeessorlis are Introduced and the production If pronounced on the whole adequate and complete. BIJOU. "Mistress Nell" VI11s All Hoirts Willi Jler Wt end hnrni. 'nst of Characters. King: Charles II .. .Lawrence R.. Mctllll Duko of .Rucklng-'nam.. faul Anderson Duke of York UeorKe Crahani Karl of Rochester., Charles, It. Crollus Jack Hart, Actor Manaiter of H. M. Theatre Hurt KIiir SlrliiRS, an old flihller Vhnrlrs Kennedy Swallow, Ills MaJeHy's Const ible., ., Charles R. Crollus Ihizaard tind Dlek, (.'all Hoy Harold r lalrmount Landlord of the Hlue Hour Inn Hubert l.oo Allen TKe A,iolo C. Potter Louise Puchess of Portsmouth Porolhy Ijnmh Lady Hamilton Klth Crollus Moll, an Orange clrl May Abbey Mn'fl Marpraret Ralph Nell Owyn, Actress at the Kings Theatre Oertrudo fthipman Synopsis. A-t IGreenrooni nt the Kings Theatre. Act 1 1 St. James by Moonlight. Act Ill,The Hlue Hoar Inn. Act IV...Masked Hnll flt I'ortsmoiith. Act V.Nell's PrawlliK; loom.at. James Park. "Pis a merry play, full of life and sparkling with wit, and .Mistress Nell herself Is simply cnptlvln ling. The piny Is dressed and staged to represent the time of Charles the Second and Is therefore brilliant In the extreme, The men In velvets, brocades and ace falr- IV rlVfllillff lllo wnnin In Mir, u,.1,.MrlH " '' r-i.eieeM of their attire. From tho opening of the MEli A CO. first net n the preen room of the the atre, to the lust, in her own drawing room "Nell" holds everybody spell bound. ,At file mask ball In mnle attire as "l.'.nau Adair" she Is prrhapa the most dellr.-htfiil. M!s iWothy Lamb was welcomed heartily by her many admirers nnd was very ituod Indeed ns th" Pitches ef Portsmouth. Lawrence McUlll as Kim: fhnrlcs 11, Pan Andir ion as the nuke of HiicltltiRtiatn nnd Hurt Klnir ns Jack Hart, the actor in a inner. Ind ample ehnnee to do themselves Jusllce, and look splendid ndv-;:iitai;e of . Charles Kennedy ns "Slrlnas," dl.-l some splendid clinrartrr work. The play calls for tho entire company, the cast belliR n larne en and cer,v pari Is rooiI. The usual per forifanccs all week, with souvenir mat inee Friday. Seats now on sale at Ihe box olll e for any afiernoon or evening. iiomi:stkd sk mi N't; imxr. Fkatlnrr nnd danclnK nt the Home stead rink, this evening. The sombre shailows of the Lenten s-ns'in has dis solved and disappeared before the warm bright sunshine. This week wilt be a. r-1 la one nt the rink, and every cup or pleasure will be filled to the brim. No dregs, but pure healthful un alloyed pleasure, ('katlni: from 7 to 10 and from 10:1.1 o ll;30. Musli; by orchestral organ. dancing the $'1,000 roLrs. Aolhut Is t'uiismilly toiiid Al. ,eech Makes School KiiJoyaMe, Kir, It Is an expensive bill this week nt Poll's, and this expense s well nd out In securing a hunch of lilts that keep (he eyes darting ; ho little flames of appreciation and the mouth puck ering with niitlclpnllnn. occasionally, and (hen henrtlly, Utile bursts of thunderous applause ne n order, of course, Hut. as a geiicrnl thing the hill appeals a little deeper than tho loud guffaw. The best ailing, the best little sketch, and the cutest k I ij of tender years, which Poll patrons have seen tills year Is the preseiilnlioii of Kd MifilH Davis, In "All Rivers M-et at Men." It Is the story of two brothers, otic good and the winner of th-,. com mon SWCClhelirt, the oilier, the "lll'lld," who drinks ever after, .mil tricks his brother Into gctiing n divot Then tile llllle child grows lip Hlltllllly, sn far as we know, ami pother comes back after years of temptation and liai-,1 struggle, All is made well nt the end after the distinguished actor and author afoi-omoniionod has Work ed in n number of pathetic, pointed Incidents with telling speecheH. The scene Itself Is worthy of upplause. The acting Is excellent. Al. Leech and the three rosebuds playing the speedy skit, "Kxamlvuitlon Hay at .School,", made their usual hap py lilt. The school girls areol a ptlvat- Ing, flng a little, tell their Jokes ag-i ably, dunce desperately and smile charmingly, while Al, tho clever old school teacher of long legs and lingu lar movements, goes through the mer ry antics which remind one of Itlchard Cinle In the Tenderfoot by being lust ns good. He sure t( applaud Al un til he does his peculiar idiiiit nf climb ing four steps In eu minutes. It's a good Ici'son for the baby, Then there Is tioslo Lloyd who sings thone songs when its moonlight, on the prairie, and pih-Ii things as "Lady, Lady." liose Is good enough to change, costume at each new song. From the llrst seen of her In her nlnk tresses and fluffy hat she Is alluring from tho shining buckles on her pnimia to the J j . 1 1 f 1 1 M lllll"i-i-n III llllllliri j are alsu gestures galore piling masses of auburn hair. There Ml Sample Suits and Coats The entire sample line of lately made Suits nnd Coat of our host manufacturer, The Styles No two alike and over two hundred different ' i models to choose from at About Half Wholesale Prices FINF.ST WOP.RTKl) PATIX COATS COVKRT COATS POr;F,F, AXI) TVRSAir COATS, MMl AM) CLOTH COATS, Tl'SSAIt COSTtSfES, ETC. FUR STORAGE Furs should he thoroughly examined heforo being put away. Hhould he intelligently donned nnd properly repaired. These rail for an experienced furrier. This la a part of our storage service. ' Furs Stored Free! Where garments are mado over or remodeled during summer we make no charge for storage. poi.-t forget the Trlrphone 093-3. DO THESE CARPET BARGAINS LOOK CHEAP TO YOU ? If so, buy now, and don't fail to bring a memo of your room sizes. Axminsters Parlor Designs. . . .90c yd Tapestry Brussels Smith's Best 90c yd Second Grade 80c yd Good Grade 70c yd Standard Quality. Special Values in Linoleums at prices that will save you money and givo you the biggest selection in town. WINDOW SHADE CO., 85-81 ORANGE STREET. Foot of Center Street, Open. Sntnrdny Evenings. ' SljnTiirfliiiiiigaiiriBBMi n miiimmiiiw hi something about being willing to try a honeymoon with nny nice young fid low, and thereat throws carnations out to desirables 111 the audience. Her manner wns quite fetching and the college lads treated her well,, which Insures success. It Is rather difficult to- do a new song and dance turn ii"ar the end of the year and still make good. Cart mo nnd Harris are so good that the young lady Is forced to come tripping out on her toes continually. Let her trip in the flashlight with the rustling skirls not Interferlngly long and you, dear reader, will understand. 'Her partner Is also clever. Valonl is a novelty artist and begins the bill with n pretty effect with hla trained doves which fly from tho gal-lee- down, to Ihe singe. It was a sur prls for It has not been realized be fore what sweet tilings are up In tho gallery. Yuniamoto fit-others are Japanese wire iirtlsts of distinction and their work Is excellent, with a well planned llnlsh. Furthermore there Is tho elee-ti-ogrnpli and a comedian named Dempsey. (in the whole the bill Is surprisingly enjoyable and was well received. Ttegffy--Ha.lt Jove, 1 told my Inllor I'd like ti marry some rich girl nnd be come Interested In set (lenient work." Percy- What did he say? Rengy-- He sahl I'd better get to work and make n settlement on that suit I bought two years ago. Chicago Daily News. A Reliable JEAIVA ......... .. . . liW(.Mv ' UMl-i'.'. i qincKiy aniornea. CHvim Relief Bt One. It cleanses, soothes. Ileitis nnd protects tho (lisnnsod mem. g brnno resnltina from B? Catarrh nnd drives iwny a Cold in the Head quickly. He. ttorOA tllA Knnuna tit 1 auto nnd Smoll. full size 50 cts. , at Drue girts or by mail. Ia lkiui,l form, 75 cents, tly Brothers, CO Warren street, New York. Pi..!- n n-i - wmx. i u qwcKiy amomca. i'X-HOtKi w.J';T ivy WERSBA - - Friend E. Brooks. address, 746 Chapel Street. Room 7. tip one, flight. Hartford Ingrains "All Wool" kind.... 6 5c yd Tapestry Rugs , 9x12 size. .$12.50 and upward. Wilton Rugs 9x12 size $32.50 and upward. 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 Chiffonier" i with mirror, AT $6,98. ' Pour 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 Birds-Eye Maple, $21.00, $22.00 and' $25.00, AT $13.98. Brown & Durham Complete House Furnishers. Orange and Center Sts. NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, STATIONERY, SPORTING GOODS. J. A. McKEE'S. . ., , 930 CIIAPEI