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THE M0R2HNG . JOURNAL -COURIER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1908.
AT LOCAL THEATERS Interesting Kissing Incident in "The Boys of Com ' pany B." TRAVELERS' GUIDE. 0D! ,v ;; New Haven's Most Miable Siore: ;; 0"D BERNARD IN NEARLY A HERO The Wall Street DeUH'tlve" To-mor row Night at Grand Splentl Id Vaudevlllo at Poll'. KEY FITTING, GUN AND LOCKSMITH ING. Sportsmen's Supply Co., 59 Church St, Basement. v ' E. H. BASSETT, Mgr., Tlie Only Shouting Gallery In tlirf City. ' JEWELERS. DIAMONDS. Our present jirkes nre considerably 'below market value. We secured our Mock Ijeforc tlie several price ad Minors were mode, ami nre selling accordingly- Some nre loose; others ve have' mounted In lings. We In Tile your Inspection. CHURCH Veil Pins. Waist Sets. ' Belt Buckles. 788 Chaw. Street. NEW HAVEN. Ot Engraved Wedding Invitations. Those who contemplate procuring them, should not forget that those we furnish have been referred to by persons who know, as "Unex celled. Monson's Jewelry Store. 857-859 Chapel St. Marine Recorr:. D , PORT OF SEW HAV EX. . ARRIVED. . William K. Oladwlsh, with Tug Tug Tug; Ave barges. New i nrk. Ahrmn V, Skirirnore, with one, do. Frederick K. Ives, with four, rlo. John Garrett, with Ave, do. ., 8TBAMED. Tug Tug Tug Tug William K. 'Gladwlsli, with barges. Providence. A bra m 1'. Skldmore, with one York. John Garrett, with five. do. two New fiENKRAI, SHIPPIING KW. New York, Sept.' 22. Hailed: Steam er HHIg Olav, Copenhagen: Xleiiw Amsterdam. Rotterdam vlt Boulogne; Kalst-r Wllhclm dr (irnse, Bremen vU Plymouth and Cherbourg; Nord Amer ica, Naples. If It's Artistic, Isn't A Tight Roof Best ? IMAGINE a roof of diamond tiles, iliphtly variegated in tonei a red roof, deep ana positive in color, but harmoniou an Indian red warm, rich and with the quality of perma nently pleasing. This is Zolium the instant, you iee it you concede its beauty, ' But, after all, it's the tightness of a roof that's important. Zolium is tight because we have entirely gotten away , from the old idea of merely shedding the rain water. Shedding does very well until a green shtngle warps, ex one of the cracks of which there posing are thousands on an old style roof. Then you have a leak and pay for new ceilings or wall paper new fur niturenew draperies. Zolium does away with treacherous cracks. Each Zolium tile is an inte gral part of a pliable, impenetrable sheet of bonded fibre, extending prac tically from gable to gable. These tiles are lapped three deep. The rain is not onlv shed, but it is forever excluded. Zolium will not catch fire from sparks, is very durable, needs no paint ing, and it economical. . It can belaid earr oJ ihingla. There is no other roof like it. nlium is made bv J. A. & W. BIRD .c- f'O.. Bo.ton, .md sold bv E. M. WALSH CO. 679 6rand Ave. & 956 State St. MILLINERY WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. J Parts Hats, New York Hats and Gamble-Desmond Hats and many ot our Hats are beautiiul enough to be shown side by side wth the Paris Hats. ( Come see ir you don't agree, 1 hty're not quite so extreme. J They're beautiful, modified translations ot the Paris and York modes. J But youfll see world-famous names in.the crowns or a number ot the Hats and that holds a cer tain fascination for most womtn. (J No Opening cards have been issued this season other than this invitation to all New Haven to come and see what's What in Hats. Antwerp. Fept, 52. Arrived : Pteamer Finland. New York via Dover. Quecnstown, Hept. 52. Arrived: Steamer Lusitanla. New York for Liv erpool land proceeded.) Glasgow, Pppt. 22. Arrived; Steamer Laurentlnti, Boston via A Ufa x. Bremen. Sent. 22. Arrived: Steamer Kaiser Wlllieim II., New York vl Plymouth and Cherbourg. Naples, Hept. 17. Arrived: 8tesmer Alire, New York. Queenatown. Sept. 22. Arrived: Steiiiiier Frleslnnd, Philadelphia for Liverpool (and proceeded.) London. Kept. 22. Arrived: Steamer Georgian. Boston. m:w i.omjos MniF, sews. New London. Sept. II. Arrived: Tug Richmond . Palled: Tugs Hokendauqiia. with hnrge. limine; weal; Sarah E, MeWII llanis wh four do; Resolute with nln do.; Lackawanna, with two do. PATENTED TILE ROOFING OPENING DOINGS IN REALTY Papers Filed Yesterday in the Office of the Town Clerk. Quit tlnlm Herd. Ellen C. Cowles Johnson to Emily J Cowles. et als., Orange street, 90 feet Sopharanla H. Klook to the New Ha ven Trust company, Greene street, 7 feet. Honvra Kelly to John Kelly, Con gress avenue, 68 feet. New Haven Savings bank to Julia Mary and Albert Harrison, Portsta street, 31 feet. John Howard to Meyer Rotwlek and Lena Llpshitz, Arch street, 35 feet. Warranty Herd. Hudson Forbes to Charles Dougla South End road, 100 feet. Mortgage Deeds. Henry Jepson to the New Haven Sav lngs bank, East Itock avenue, 80 feet $,000. ' Frederick Lehr to Gertrude Grave Hesdler, Ellsworth avenue, 45 feet 4.ono. Charles Douglas to Hudson' Forbes, South End road, 100 feet; $3,000. Hullrtlng Permit. D. G. Carmlelmel, frame auto house, 172 East Flock road, near Whitney ave nue. Edward Brennan, frame house, Foun tain street, near Davis street. Charles A. Johnson, frame altera thms dormer window, 69 Poplar street Edward Brennan, frame stable, Fountain street, near Davis street. OABTOIIIA. Bears ths 1,011 Ha" 111''8 Nfll "COMFORT WITHOUT CXTRAvA&ANCE " HOTEL W00DST0C! W.43r-5T.oTNEWYOR: Rooms with runnino water, $i.bo a1 with bath, i? and up. 8uit13, $s Write for particulars. Wire for reservations, our expe W. H. VALiOUETTE. hun ;ao THE OERWICK, RUTLAiSO, vt. l1 I S X ft l a T R ANS?E ; B' w JkM ffi m Europe; a'H:irta :a Pl mmm - The lisping girl In Pnul Gllmore's play. "The Boys of Cumpany B," l one of the features of the production. Hej name Is Madge Blake. Sho Is the cousin (a country cousin) of the her oine, Eileen Macl-nne, but she has had the advur.Uge of a two years' lay In Europe and returns with frocks that are dreams and with the graces of one uued to the best of Eu ropean high life. To top oft every thing else, Madge Blake is a dreadful flirt, and when Tony Allen, the hand some captain of the New York Grays, proposes to kiss her "to see how It seems to kiss a girl with a lisp," she Is not a whit backward but stands on her own tiptoes to reach his proffered lips. The entire camp had been at the feet of the little beauty and no one could blame Tony for his curiosi ty, but unfortunately his true love, Eileen, come upon the scene in the midst of the kissing episode and her curiosity Is not strained In the same direction. How the klssee gets the kisser out of his scrape Is one of the clever bits of the play. "The Boys of Company B," with Paul Gllmore as the handsome kissing captain, will be at the Hyperion on Saturday, matinee and night, September 26. "Xrorly a Hero." At the Hyperion on Monday and Tuesday next the Messrs. Sam S. anil Lee Shubert, lno., will present Sam Bernard In his great musical comedy Nearly a Hro," the real musical comedy hit of the past metropolitan eeajion. A brilliant east., beautiful chorus and magnificent production Will be features of the engagement. Mr. Bernard ha never been no care fully fltted with a role, as In thla In stance. Aa "Ludwlg Knoedler," a costumer who asplrea to be a hero, he manages to entangle himself In a maze of humorous escapades and his handling of every situation Inspires the most spontaneous laughter. His allies In the east have been carefully chosen and the. organization Is the premier musical comedy of the year. AT THE GRAND. fhls afternoon at the Grand opera house there will he the reirular Wed nesday matinee, the attraction being the superb advanced melodrama, "False Friends." This production In eludes gome of the best and most elaborate acinic and mechanical ef fects ever seen on the Grand opera house stage. Particularly true Is this of the great shipwreck svene and of the volcanic eruption at the close of the last act. "Wall Street Detective." A drama of startling and Inexhaust ible fascination 'aa full of surprises as a nut Is full of meat, with the author In the leading roles (there are at least three of them) will be seen at the Grand opera house for three nights and usual ladles' and cnnciren a mar gain matinee on Saturday, commenc- Ing Thursday, September 24, when Howard Hall presents his star cast In his latest and most pronounced sue cess, "The Wall Street Detective." . Mr. Hall was seen here last season playing the role opposite David War field In 'The Grand Army Man," and the public may feel assured of seeing a two dollar attraction at thla popu lar play house with positively no ad vance In prices, and It might be advis able to secure seata In advance as Mr, Hal Is one of the most popular Btars plaj'lng this city. AT POLI'S. The "N'lght With the Poets," as the headline of the Poll bill, continues to score as one, of the newest and most novel of the many big acta offered In vaudeville. The Idea Is well conveyed In a series of readings by James Whit comb Riley's poems and their Illustra tion by means of the living .pictures. Songs by an excellent quartet Includ ing "My Rainbow" and "Take Me Out to the Ball dame," made a hit. The act Is splendidly staged, Hoey and l-.ee, the effervescent Jew ish comedians with a string of talk on up-to-date subjects, got a royal wel come last night. McConnell and Simpson, In . a "Stormy Hour," have a novel sketch In which Miss t.ulu McConnell, as Helen, Is quite the real article. Smith and Heagnoy with "Writing a Hit," a farce o,' up-to-date nong writing; "The Hunny South." with a plantation tcefie and festival specialty were good. Ollroy, Haynes and Montgomery, ,vlth "The Good Ship Nancy Lee," had tome excellent vocal work to offer anj t'amamoto brothers, the Japanese perch and wire, artists, opened the diow with an excellent specialty. The electrograph shows "Student Jokes" In the motion pictures. The bill ' will be repeated matinee uid night for the balance of the week. Can you bellcvo your senses? vVhen two of them, taste and smell, laving been Impaired If nut utterly lestroyed, by Nasal Catarrh, are fully 'stored by Ely's Cream Balm, can ou doubt that this remedy deserves II that has been said of It by the lousands who have used It? It Is :iplled directly to the affected air issages and begins Its healing woi'k once. Why not get It to-tlay? All ;'ugglsta or mailed by Ely Bros., 5 arrpn street, New York, on receipt 50 cent?. FALL OPKXIXO. The fall opening at the millinery .flora of Lyons & Stevens will be !d to-day and to-morrow. I fe by the morning paper that an ti'allan who raises kangaroos for ii' nklns hos kll.'eil several thousand I, tm this summer." 4ee! kllllns several thousand kan i.ns must keo? a man on the Jump.'1 . .ouston Tost. . . ' 'V K ' ,? i i Cheap Colonist Rates CALIFORNIA NEW MEXICO Via Washington-Sunset Route , Tourist Wreplng Cars, Personally . Condocted', Without Change from Washington. , ' Berth S8.50. ; V Offices Boston, Southern Pacific, 170 Washington Strut -' ' New York, Southern Rwy., , 1 200 Broadway. ; ; -j . v White Star Line NEW Y0RK-QUEENST0WN .LIVERP00L laltlr, Ort. 1. cdrlr, Ort. H. rlllr, Oct. 22. rLTMUUIH-UHtnUUUKQ-UUIHAMnUN Trulonlr, rpt. 30. Majfatlr, Oct. 14. .Idrlatle, Oct. T. I OeenBlr, Ort. 31. oncTnu ntircue.nmu iiiicbbaai Duoiui-yuttnotunn-Lif inruuL Kl Tnla Srrenr Stall tlmmtrt, of 11,400 to J.1.SOO tiint. nepuhllr. Sept. 24. ( j mrlc, Oct. 10. 5ff.W "ALY A EGYPT ' la Asnres. Madeira and Glhrallar. Cunoplr, Oct. 3, Nov. SI, Jan. Id, Feb. ST. Cretle. Nov. 7, Dec. 10. Koinaiiic. uct. it, t'c. o, jan. an. REt'l'DLIC, Nnv. SS, Jan, 2, Feb. 13. (KI)Rll.1, I2I.0M lona), Jan. i, Feb. SO. mi. TIC. (204104 tonal. Jan. S3, Mar. 6. For plans. He, iipply to Company Office, 8 Broadway. N. V or 34 State St., India Building, Boston, or to swaeiey X, Keltev. 102 Church street. Blshoo A :o, 185 Orange treet; J. H. Parish A Co., 88 Orange street,. New Haven. . i . mdb mwr AMERICAN LINE riymaath ;baraanrf tbaavatea From New York Saturdays at 10 a. m. Phlla., Sept. S. St. Paul, Oct S. RED STAR LINE New York London via Dover Aal- werp. From New York Snturdara at It a. m. Kroonland. Sept.26 Vaderland, Oct. I. Finland, Oct. ,10. . OArc, P llroadnar, Kw York city. Plara 14 and IB., If. H, N. Y. City. Bishop & Co., lit Oranga St.; M. Zun dar 4- Sun a. 249 Stat St.; J. H. Parlfb Co.. It Orange St.; Sweeter Kel- ay. !! Churoh St., Maw Haven, eod If DOLLARS MTid're uam. MADE You ran save good dollar by buying Field and Marine Glasses of me. ' f am closing them out regardlesa of coat C. M. PARKER v S10-A Chapel St. Entranca S10M. HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. St. Lawrence's New HILL'S HOMESTEAD, Formerly Qulnnlpiac-Ansantawao. TELEPHONE 9304-2. ROCKY TOP, Mt. Carmel. NEW AUTO. ROAD. The new auto road (to the left! has bfen macadamized and. all steep grades eliminated. It Is now an easy ride to the summit. No prettier place for a day's outing. Klne cuisine and finest of farm products. Mrs, A. Wldman. Tel.- 6273-1 2. NEW DURANT HOTEL. lor. flirt le and Whiting Streets. Rooms oc, $1. Meals 35c. Newly-furnished, up to dale throughout. , t ( has. K. Bush, Trop. , . . Tel. 2685. 1M TO czibitcH bJ ilh'KI. REfl'MUHANT. Luncheon. il8il unt!' i o'clock. -ORCHESTRA KVKlfllfaS. Service a la Carta. - LOUIS METZOEK CATERING CO, New Tontine Hotel Our 60e. Business Men's Lunch lai eludes Relich, 80 up, Fish, Entree, Roast. Vegetables Salads In Season, Uessert and Tea,. Coffee, or Milk, There' none better In New Haven, Served from 12 m. to 2 p. m. OEO. T. WIIITK, Prop, HANDY' S NEW HOTEL DAVENPORT VMEK1CAN ami ECKOPtA.N PLAN. CAFE A LA CARTE. MCSIC EVfcMNGS. TO U. Curuer Orange and Court SlreoU. TKLKPHO.NK 12H. , Hotel Garde Opposite V11I011 Depot, SEW HAVVN, CONN. Connecticut's Largest Hotel. Dinner 12-2:15. 50 Cent. HO'I KI, STRAND. Always open. Ca pacity 300. Built, ot steel, brick and stoms, located ocean end of Pennsyl vania avenue, l-lit and cold, fresh ami sea water baths, single or en null.'. 8teani htat tnroughout, Elevator street level to top floor. Fall and winter rates on application V. B. OFF, man ager, H. C. EDWARDS, assistant manager, ARIZONA 4 AUTUMN VACATIONS WHITE AND , GREEN ; MOUNTAINS. : ; Anywhere you go in theie hills you'll ' find sport and healthful recreation golf, au' tomobiling, driving, mbuntain climbing.":, .. .- Always beautiful;' doubly charming in Serjtember, when glorious color's debk' 'the hill sides. VERf LOW FARES " A little.: more than one' tit for the round trip from Sep tember.12 to. October 3. . Write A. B. Smith, General ,Paaaan Iter Agent, Room HO. 'ew Haven, Conn., for degcrlptfve folder. , . . t ; New York. New Haven& Hartford R. R. - r HftUBURG-AriERICU - Olhraltnr Waplea Ganna. ' ! it, Nov. I,-Jan.; ' Moltke, Oct. 6, Uec. (. P. Lincoln, Nov, II. . i. Drataenlaai .io Hair .Fe. Ollee. 40 Bwa7. IT. V. or i.y laeal' igtv Wy ,Noa Hauoh lihi & iiuiuii una wlTJJLiUm CflB,II!!W 'ORk; tuk fnSSlfi rUHeowTM Asm Kjif ttimUr , rAREI REDUCED. I r - -, " i illDAMER RICHARD PCIL o ', Fraaa Nw HnrW Leav Bella, Deek daily,- eteapt Mondaya,'l:0 a.' m. Prom Ntr Vrk Leave' Piar it, East River, neaf Catherine at., .2:45 . p. .m.jy foot East, 22d. at... ':)0..p,'.m.,, dally, tx-f, cept Sundays.'- Time between NaW'H ven. and .New Tork abrtut Ave hours. , , Tickets arid- stateroom, at Blfhhp Ja Cs.s, 185 Orange atreet, also at Bella t)ock and.on-Steamar,.-. ,,...,..'i.' 't: OEO. C. BLACK, Agent, New Haven. . F. C. COLEV. A.;G. P.cA., NewiTork. Starin's N. Y. &W. H. Line. . DAILy.'KXCKPl-,SATUKIAV.: " PASSUNUUR AND FRKIOHY SERVICR Leaves New Havan 9:00 p. m., Starli Pier, foot .f Brown- Street. . LaaVa Ndw York 1:00 p. m., Cortlandt Street, Pier No.. it, N. R Pare He., eiatkralaa tlrkat fltlC ROoma li.V .Tika Chan el Utiaet ear to Brewery StiaeC , a 'll. rlBREn. AarMt. Jx J -r .' Raw' Hava. Cnn, . '-r'twfi.-v.i.h"i,iMl' Caaananala Geaarnla '1 ramailaauana. Direct Line to HAVitK FArtlli, Fraaaa. Sallihg every THUKSDAT, 10 a. m. From 1'ier it, Nortii River, . V Naur Tark. .j- 'f' La Savole ,' Sept. ' 14 La. Provence .-. . . . . . .". . ..... . , . .Oct.' 1 La Lorraine .'Oct-1 La Touralne1 . . ...hi v. .Oct. 15 'La Savoia ,,Oot. 21 La ;l'.rri,venc :. o . ... . . .Oct. 2 Twlti-acrew ataamera. , . , ,, , SPECIAL SAILING. . ..1A.'' .' New Twin-Screw S. S. "Chicago,'' OoU 3rd, noon, -from Jiler Si, W. 44th St, ''' Second and Thrr.l.CUaa,only. . ' Gcnrrnl Aneaey, IB lata Street, H, r. Apply to. French Line.,1 1 State .St., N. T. or Swaeany & Kolsey, 102 Church SL. . Bishop Co., l,OraBga St. . , Parish CnH' Oranaa St. GENERAL RAILROAD and siTEAJiU SHIP TICKET OFFICE, j "'188 ORANGE STREET, '.'i Tickets to all distant Points. 'Bag. gage checked from residence to'tiea- tinatlon. . Direct agents for Euronean llnea. Tickets furnished by coastwise: nk tff southern points. "' ' ,i" ' Staterooms and sleeping car bertha reserved In advance. i . . fhmnAnvr1 vviujLruuj w j Bishop 6 Comoanvd , m