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THE MORNING . JOURNAL-COURIER, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
AT LOCAL THEATERS Marie Catiill Coming to Hy perion, "False Friends" at Grand and Star Vaude ville at Poli's. . Manager Daniel V. Arthur nf Marie Cahlll's new musical play. 'The Hoys and Betty," which will come, tn the Hyperion, Oeto, 2 and 3, Im engaged the most expensive cast f principals that baa ever been known In musical comedy. They Infinite Jnhn. K.' Kellsrd, the Shakespearean actor; Eugene Cowles, the eminent basso; Bdgar Aeh-lann-Bly, the prominent leading man; Clare Palmer, for the' past two yearn, the leading lady with James T. Powers; lame ft. Carson, a recent bit ,on Broadway; Edgar Norton, E. J. I) Varny, Anna Mnoney, Bonnie' Maud, Margaret Benford and others. AT THE GRAND. The new melodramatic .sensation, "False Friends," which Fpencer and Aborn have added to their list of popular-price successes this season, will be, seen for the first time bore at Ihe Grand, Opera house beginning tonight. The 'play Is by Robert Norton, ami Is said' to embrace a story of stirring adventure, romance, henrt Interest and up-to-date comedy, ,and the eleven scenes depict, elaborately and truth fully, the picturesque country In and about Bolivia, South America. In ad dition to a strong dramatic cast, the management announce a number o' attractive vaudeville artists In novel ' specialties. The Wall Street Detective.' Howard Hall. In bis new play, Wall Street Detective" conies to "The the Grand Opera house. Thursday, Sept. 21, for three nights and Saturday mati nee. The story Is one of love, mystery and Intrigue,' In which the whole gamut of human passions, are run and Mr. Hall'8 work as the'youns broker and amateur sleuth, In which he s - ......... 1 jlBwl..Aa - c.M m v eel anything this stalwart artor-author has ever done. AT POLI'S. The Poll bill for this week Is one o' the same rpl'ndldly balanced combina tions that Is universal at' this hoiise. "A, Night .With, the Poets," .Gen-ge Roman's fine act. Is the hendllner, w'tl. one of the best slngin'e. reading and scenic specsltles yet prcstnLel. , The number comprises, n proup of artlt w.ho are striving to present something out of tl'.e ordinary for. the edifka'Llon of the devotees. , The act Is magnificently, staged and Is presented ln-a manner, that will ap peal to U tastes for entertaintrent. A great feature will, be the 'Sunny South," a spectacular southern, planta tion number. , , ' . , . C. I Waterbury & Co.. present this latest concoction, . which Is. written by Irving S. Cobb and Safford Waters. The song hits Include "Button . Me Down the Back," "The Two , Green '.Lights Nav Nay." "I'd Guess You", and the finale "The Honeymoon Train." "The Busiest Man In Town" Is the v special I song for Mr. Wynn. and he Is expect ed to make a tremendous hit with It. The costumes alone, are said to have cost $5,000, and the act carries a car. load of scenery and equipment, as well as an orchestra leader and augmented orchestra for the performances. Hoey and Lee, again reunited, will return with their parody work and comedy, which Is always a welcome di version for this house; McCnhnell and Simpson with their specialty, " Stormy Hour," Gllroy, Haynes and 4 M Mil 1 41 till I 111 IMI HHHHIH tH 4 -H- Hi UMIUtlHIItflHIM 4 7 OP EN I N THERE WERE NO CARDS ISSUED THIS SEASOX. Montgomery, with, their nautical bur letta, "The Good Ship Nancy 16' : Yamnmomto brothers, the Ja panes perch ond wire experts, and Smith and' Heagney, who will present "Writing a Hit." , , The eleetrogrspli will have "The Haunted Castle" and "Student Jokes" as the closing number. W E ll I N i ' A X I V KH S A K V. Mr, and Mrs. .lames Monro I'rpsenteil With Solid Silver Ten Service. Mr, and Mrs. James iMoore Of 52 Pearl street were tendered a very pleasant surprise by a large e'rele of of over.'lh, handsome an- their friends Saturday evening. The ,llirlum. The estimated cost of the occasion war the celebration of the , Improvements la 4. 000. Of this sum 25th anniversary of their marriage. Mr. over half has been raised and ml Moore Is foreman for the Sperry ft' (lltlo'i.al pledges are being received for Trent Company, and one of the most 1 the balance, The Improvements to popular members of Red Cross lodge, i tb Sunday school room, which are to Sons of St. George. The company In cluded almost every member of the lat ter organization, all of his fellow work men, members of the New Haven County Horticultural society and other ! friends. The program was purely In formal, and consisted of congratula tory speeches, songs and music. Dur ing the evening John Dalglelsh, on be half of the workmen of the Sperry & Treat company, presented Mr. and Mrs. Moore with a solid silver tea ser vice, a cut-glass punch bowl, flower stand and celery dish. Thomas H. Trlggs, on behalf of other friends, presented them with a silver tray. Following the presentation a fine luncheon was served on the lawn, and a very pleasant and enjoyable evening was 'brought to a termination shortly before midnight. FRATERNAL NEWS, Meetings To-night, I.fl(llfM rtf the Ml,v9hai Tannla Tl Catton hive. No. 22-890 Chapel .,.. Modern Woodmen . of America, Newman camp, No. 9705 Corner Orange and Court streets Order of the Gclden Sceptre, Vic- torla court, No. 7 UTi Court !gtreet. Uhland Kranken Unterslutzungs Vereln 349 State street. V. O. D. S. W., Elizabeth conclave, No. 25 ' Church street. Order of the Amaranth, Unity court, No. 3 95 Crown street. Oriental lodge. No. 6, F. and A. M. 142 Dl'xwell avenue. ...-,'' Qulnnlpiac. No. 1, 1. O. O. F. 95 Crown street. Montowese. No. 15, 1. O. O. T.ii Church street. ' I ' Relief, No. S. I. O. O. r. 85 Crown street. . . , Court Herrmann, No. 8, F. of A. 117 'i Court street. , Court Qulnnlpiac, No. 17 400 Stale street. Division No. 1, A. O. H. 739 Chapel ftreet. Pyramid lodge, No. 45. A. O. Ui W. Corner S:te street and Hlne place. Momauguln council. No.14, F. B. U 95 Crown street Qulnnlpiac conclave,' No. 313 I.'' O. H. 25 Grand avenue. Loyal council, No. 30, K. of C. 95 Chapel street. 1 Daughters of Isabella, Court Santa Maria. No. 40 139 Orange street.' Edpewood lodge, No. 11, K. of P.- 901 Whalley avenue. Pythian Slsfrs of the 'orld, Ppruce temple. No. 890 Chapel street' Wlnthrop castle, No. 10, Knights of the Golden Eagle- 400 State street. South worth castle. No. 14. Knight of the Golden Eagle-S90 Chapel street. Washington council. NO. 7. O. V. A. M. S90 Chapel street. Woodmen of the World, Nutmeg camp. No. 4 890 Chapel street. Ladles of the Grand Army, Warren Thomas ' circle, No. 5890 Chapel street. , . To which the We have had opening displays where we have felt qualified to at least convey some slight idea of the hats shown. This year our words are inadequate. It's like an attempt to depict in a few words a fine large collection of paintings, run ning into the hundreds each a masterpiece of art scores of them striking indi vidualistic studies, ranging from the large landscape to the dainty miniature por trait. . . ' . t Our hats to-day reveal the royal styles of a century ago revived, revised and beautiful immense brims with small crowns, small brims with immense crowns, roses and ribbons of mammoth proportions, in colors and shades of exqui site and studied delicacy. k ; . . FAIR HAVEN NEWS t Auditorium of East Pearl Street J I M. E. Church Opened Notes of Interest. Yesterday was a glad day tor the peo ple of the East Paerl St. M. E. church It marked the reopening of the " ! ditoiium. which has been Improved f and beautified at a large expense. At the mornng service, the church was t ("'nnd fwl nml alt were lnild In exnrit- l.tr ti.rl new u-lnrlrnvs. are not com- ph led, as the contractor was taken 111 and was unable to complete his work on time. , The auditorium Improvo nifiHs Include new windows, cf cathedral glass and new frescoing cf wall and ceilings In a light bull shade. The printed Inscription bebw one of the windows la as follows; "Thankful to God for His loving kindness; these auditorium windows a iv a memorial to all ( our departed, ones who have loved and served thla church." There was a beautiful dli piay of palms and cut flowers In front of the pulpit platform, prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Towner and Miss B-'llo Slfcltr. The pastor, Rev. Edgar O. Tu'iar, who has worked hard In all ln In the accomplishment of the re ooened and beautiful church, had te cum! the presence of Kev. Arthur H. Gcntenough D.U., of Bristol, who was prfH'M at the morning service an J I icached an eloquent sermon. At the clnsf of the service Dr. Goodenoujh received a real ovation from the con-gri-nntlon, nearly all present going i forward and shaking hands. Dr. ' Ooodenough was pastor of thla chur. IIS years ago, remaining three year h ears, which was the limit at that time for a Sfethodlst pastor to remain In o.ie l crnrge. uuring ins siay important Improvements were made, Including t'.n building of the tower to the church and Installing a new orga.i. Hi! has been, pastor, at Bristol nine jfarr and hopes to complete la yer servce In that cliureh. At' both morn lnc and evening services tine mii'lc wi furnished by the vested cliolr. The services for the day Included tall? day exercises ' for ,the;8unlay aohool and the Epworth league. In th;' evening the sermon w as deliver "1 by r.ev. W W., Bowdlsh, th dl-tro t sup rlntendent. Atthe mornlhg Kfr lc; Dr. Gopdenough preached from the text: "Sir, we would see Jesus." In concluding, Dr; Goodehough said: "Thank God, Christ Is-marchlng on. Nothing can Impede His progress. The tramp 'of His countless followers will strike terror to the hearts of His ene nvts. The Illiterate and the culturvl. the rich and the poor, the old and fhe young, are marching to .the music cf Ho8nnah to the Son of God and the 8 m of. Mary. .Jesus Is king, It Is the untiring and age-long work of Jesus to make himself se'eable and to cat-.-H our eye. To (hat end hn made a com plt"j sacrifice of Himself. . He entered leto man's Joys and, Into man's Wo?s that He might at every turn ol the rond. be visible to the perlshlhg ' pil grims., His great effort through the agin Is to catch men's eyes and to draw them to Himself. Love'ls ewr on the alert. Who can be lost with such a love? . ' , "Jesus says, look unto' Me. The preacher cannot see. for you.' Tou mut see for yourself. The look means eteri.al life. A Chrlstless life means i life without promise a ad a Journey I wlll nn homes at ih tnA nt It "Ale we wdiild see. Jesus.", At the close of the morning service at the Grand avenue Congregational , I 841843 CHAPEL STREET. MUHLFELDER'S PAKIS-AMERICAX G DISPLAYS Ladies o! New Haven are Most The display merits a visit from every lady in New Haven. Their attendance will be encouraging. , ' It will be a courteous recognition on their part of our efforts to merit and win their trade. i i Beds Mattresses Springs Couches Couch Covers Woven Wife Divans Chiffoniers Dressers THE BOWDITCH fniHMH4fK IMIIt4fHmtt4HtMttHmmHt4tlMMnilMIIIMHl444 church yesterday morning Dr. Sn.alh spok of the decision of the standing co.nmlttee of the church to take measures to procure a new organ, .ini to the plan to have a deaconess for tho parish. He said that while the deaconess, would work all over the parish, her work would be especially In the Perry street district where the church formerly maintained Sunday s. hool. He said It had been Impossi ble to procure a suitable place for a Sunday school since the Ferry street church was -sold and io. the school could not be re-established, but ih tin ten. proposed to maintain religlo is vo k In that part of the city. ' flew Dr. Goodenough of . Bristol, w ho' has taken considerable Interest in political affairs, during his stay !n fair Haven yesterday, was asked by a representative of this paper his opin ion about the fall election and he snlu: "1 think- the nomination of Hufches In New York has strengthened the republican cause very much. I believe he will he elected and that will mak surer the election of Mr. Taft. Regarding Connecticut, I be ll ;ve that the state will go republican, oti both the state and national ticket." ' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mansfleld of Qulnnlpiac avenue were married 2 years' ago yesterday. The marriage tuok place In St. James p. E. church am! was performed by the rector, the latii Rev, Dr. Vlbbert. Tn those days, there were no e-venlhg services and the marriage was celebrated In the chureh at K p. m. The couple are now over $') years of age, but are In fair health t " TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Sept. 33 QT-A. 13 LIQUET 1031. Room Furnishings For Students Attractive--Dependable--Inexpensive. Beauty and appropriateness of design, ex cellence of workmanship and the intrinsic value of the Furniture we have sold Students for the past 80 years have contributed to the reputation for superiority enjoyed by this Company . Sectional The perfect bookcase. The 100 102-104-106 Orange St. for their advanced years. Yesterlay morning they were able to attend at the East Pearl street M, E. church, where they have been promlnvnt nv mbers for many years and re ceived hearty congratulations upon their anniversary day. Friends ot John C Elmer were sor ry to hear of a serious accident which befell him Saturday morning. Mr. Elmer drove his cow out Into the II Id as usual In the morning and was kicked by the animal In the chest.' He bltd freely and was found In an un conscious condition. As he Is 85 years of age, his Injuries are regarded with considerable concern. News from Albert F. Bishop, who, 1 with .Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Jennie 1 Wocdhouie, are stopping for several I wcfki: In a cottage at Eastern Point, j Groton, are to the effect that they aro ' having excellent luck fishing. Mr. Bishop has his power boat and makes ; frujuent trips to the fishing grounds. , 11b writes that he has caught 160 large bluensh and 300 mackerel. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bush of Sher man avenue have returned from a pleasant trip up the Hudson river. Mrs. Chaney, widow of Rev, K. G. Cheney, who formerly resided here, will make an address on Thursday evening at the continuation f the church reopening services at the East Ptarl street M. E. church. The Ladles' auxiliary of the W. B. M will meet at the Grand aVenue Congregational church Thursday at III I II Iff II I III MHIWtWH , 22-24. Cordially Invited IF OUR STORE IS THE EXEMPLAR OF MILLINERY PRODUCTIONS FOR CONNECTICUT, this display shows the efforts we make to win this distinction. Not only does the collection present the most beautiful productions of our corps of skilled milliners having at their command every accessary of design, ma terial and trimming but also our own personal selections from the leading world famed artists of Paris. THESE DIRECT IMPORTATIONS are the result of our careful, critical inspection of the leading Paris displays and were selected not for their ultra-fashionable individuality, but for their exquisite art and beauty. Flat Bookcases. bookcase you should buy. FURNITURE Near Chapel.- Tel. 1072. 2:S0. This will b. the first meeting since vacation. Miss Ethel Stevens, daughter of D. MIVi Stevens of Exchange street, It-avee on Wednesday to enter the Per kin. Institute for the Blind In Bos- ion. Miss Stevens haa been blind for several years and haa been receiving special Instruction at Miss Chapman'! private school. Th Ladles' Aid society will meet at the chaftel of the Grand avenue Baptist chureh all day Wednesday for work. The society Is prepared ot re ceive order, for quilts, comfortables and aprons. Miss Florence ti. Barnes, . 114 Ex change street, has returned after a month', visit to her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis In Hart ford. ; . . ..-' '. ; The annual meeting of the Ladle.' guild will be held- at the parlor, of the Grand avenue Congregational church on Wednesday at 3 p. m. At this meeting, officer, will he elected and report, will be made by the se ;re tary and terasurer. All who have ot yet returned their mite boxes are je quested to do so at thla meeting. At the Grand avenue Congregatioil church yesterday a collection wa. tak en for the church building society of the denomination. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Johnson nnd son -Kimball, of 284 Exchange .trent, have returned from a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Gower In East Hartland, Conn. 4MH Top Desks; Roll Top Desks Desk Chairs Morris Chairs Cellarettes Smoking Tables Costumers Mirrors, Etc. 5f OPENING KECBPTTOX. A 3. H. Campbell Start. SeMtwftt Tenet ' ' . ;- The opening reception of t!iaaaea given by J. H. CampbeU at l4mii'hirtl wa. largely attended.' ThVhill 'had been newly decorated during-;tha nn mer, and Prof. Chen , waij leauS. "of the orchestra and th. daeeriatlaiia'ra palm, and fern, and 'gold.n rod. -Mr. Campbell wa. assisted In" raoalvlnf by Mrs. Campbell and among ' tha '. many present were: Mr. and Mra. John Den ton, Mr. and Mra, Eggleton,,'(Mr.' and Mrs, Remington, IMr. and Mr.., Beards- ' ley, Mr. and Mr.. Holllngworth, Mlssei Blverson, -' Healy, Sullivan, Arnold, Weaver, Xettleton, i AttermsnVn, Purf man, Kelley,: Hunter. Keegan... F.rrli Satler, Baldwin, Ekhart, CooparHH54r Idson, Wlllson, Ray nor, Keafor, . Van,' " tine, De Altune, Blacliman, "'borted, Burgess, i Shine, ( Boonton, Hamlltoa, Bradley, Hull, flrym.er, Ro, ; Whitley, Benton, Plympton, Macintosh, Ive's, Messrs. ' Sampson, Hall.; Davl.,' BuV well, Balrd, Klrkwood,' Van'A11n, 811 va, Tltus, Smith,' Clarke, Strieker. Pef pertyne. Wright,'. Ferguson, VTarrls, Whitley, Foran, Halght, Stanton, ,WIJ Hs, ' Harmayer, Burns, ' Merrill., ' Roe, Klammer, Ivaa, ' Altken, Syma, Hart., : Relsner, , Ea.tmer, Keyea, ' Ittmen, Harding, Donaldson,' Rica. v Murray, Roger., Gray, fltorrk., Ward and Tay lor. . - . ' Saturday ' evening ' Inaugurated tha junior assemblle. for the aeaaatt -and a large beginner.' class la forming .which meets .every Tuesday evening. There I. also a cotillion 'class forming. In which there are' many married "couple, and pupil, of Mr. Campbell', former'ela.sei. t HIIIMMIinHnMimiiJ CO., MiMmiiiiiiiniiii -. . . v.