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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1008.
0'v DlsM New Haven's Most Reliable Store Great, Good, i TW Unexpected Mews of -L1 Fashionable Stuffs These are such Dress Goods as you'l see in the handsomest Tailored Gowns as you look about you, here and in tne metro iton store;;- Do you know that throughout NEW ENGLAND are the most accessive and attractive localities for these ONE OR TWO-DAY TRIPS ? You may go by rail or boat and the trip may be rounded out by trolley rides, or innumerable drives. Why not get ready and plan one and S63 for yourself HOW ATTRACTIVE THIS SECTION Bevy of Operatic Stars Who Charm New York and Philadelphia Audiences NEW YORK, NEW HAVEN k HARTFORD R, R i SM AIM Dress Goods 98c Yard 56 Inch All-wo-)! Chevrons and In visible strips , in blidc tnd oaly the best iharies of ih; eeaion; tiups, ston.' grey, navy, brow, and London imo'.te $1.50 gmde of Dresi Goods. 98: Dress Goods $1.19 A rich handiom; froup ot 56 in:h two and three. tried j tripes, an all-wool .ovelty stuff, in c uding b;iu t if ul color effecti, im parted stuff. The colorings r: taupr.wine, electric brown, and the like SI.?" CMKon Panama 95c Yard Inch Slack Ali wosl, soft gnce'ul Cniffon Pi n m a, oa of the most p-puhrr?la:' stu'f? oft us itisoa re. cause it U effective a ii i yet quite durx Ve. A choice $1.25 grade of Panama. Two Important Lone Coat Itenv Do yeu motor ? If you do, come see these fine, heavy fancy Black Plash Lone Coats, they're absolute ly impervioas to the wind. The lining is pretty striped satin, frey and white. They're only $13.0 Then here are Blac': Broid cloth Leo? Coats, line i toth; hem with a brawn fur 'h .t comes from Russh. It'i called suflitkranlthose who hive com lined w.th it say that it wears we 1. A deep collar of opo3suu. This coat only 328 ............. The Famous Shoe For Womm. Sold only at Gamble-Desmonds. $3.00, $3.50, MM Fair a - .m. J. If TTTTTTTTTTi Truths Tersely Told. ;: The PIANOS we offer to the New Haven public- I a r., i ,-,. .,- .,,. . m i .. .,,..., " The PRICES we ask for them The TERMS of payment we offer mmmmmm j$ mmmm mm i 9t 'fv K 'Q ?:: I 1 ' ' ALDRICK n will t'l'i'-TliI "Thr I'ill-I). !- nf Seville." "I.ni hi " I In the i'liHls will lie such sl;ns us Mine. Tel- I A 11r'lt;l li.ri:l. Mile.' Labia. .MM. nnr x mi in mi Z' A. "y RAVELERS on these io ton Steamship will enjoy cmist! that tor Comfort and Luxury' are unsurpassed. "CARONIA." Nov. 28 CilHrtf at AMrci, Mtdeiri,Glt'niltir,GMiM( NasJgu4 Film T ' CARONIA, Jan. 7, Feb. 18 t-CARMANI V Jan- 21, Mar. 4 C:hirt II Ai.rn, H.deiri, Gltinlltr, Cum, Nijiki, Alm.diliu4 ritimv. f rum iniimn rv. m Ml, .11 i "Nov Twi..Srnw tLit Trlpl..Srf.w T.rM.. tl.tt Far letammiittitnt Midi ptrticaitritpply tt THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO.. ItiJ Ntw Vrk. , r.klrai.. Hlnaup.lto, P1iU4lkla, StUah,; o.u iiinam, i.r.ni .H. Montreal, .r inmt mbcbib, The grunil niera seii.son In In fill swlni; In New York anil In I'hllailel phln. llammerstehi'n Matiluittai (i)iera season brR.tti n hhj iUJoumI: last Monday nlRht, anil liln l'hlla delplila linns" ciien to-nlclit will "Carmen." Mile. Maria Liiliia ping Iiir the title role. The season a the Metropolitan, New York, open ol last nlfilit. The hill for th week Is "Alila," "lle Wallaire, "Mailani Hutt.rlly." "t.a Trnvlala find "La Hohetne." Next week nt the Manila. ..m llaiiino r.-i. in "The HiiRiienots." "Samson ami lelllah. I'liais" mul "t'ai-inen razzlnl. Mary (iarden. Mine. Marlxkrt-Aldrlch. Mine ll.pinafise. Mme Sammiirro, le Sltjnr'ola, Znnatelln. Palmores, hiifranne, ;.. i,n,., ;,n Parola, BISHOP AND COMPANY, Railroad and Steamship Ticket Office, 185 ORANGE STRUCT. TIcKrls to Southern I'dIiUs by t'oa.Mwlsc Steiiniers, liu lmlin- Old t Dominion. Civile, Savannah, Mallor.v. V.i;nl, Soiitlicrii rtiellle, etc, Stme iooiiih reserved niul bacsiiK-' elitrked I'linn rpMldciiiT. nireet Agents for Kuropeon Uneg. l'a-aei to and from the Old ! Coiinlry. ; BISHOP AND COMPANY AlSl i . -A R I C A nTTN F ii .MKOITUnilAXKAX, AnniATir w Sov York lo Xuiilen mill Trlentc SiiillnuH U eilni'mluy null 1IIIN'I I(I. SAII.IM.S I'll (.lll'.Kt iTWIX Si'HI'.W S. S. IIAHTHA WASH- INliTON. A 1, 1 1.' I'., hA I It A, A RGICN TIXA, OI'KAXIA. For l-'urtliei- Ini'oviriulnn Apply 1f Nearest. AKi'liey or I'lll'.l.l's Illtus. .It. CO., lienerul Aitrnta, Whitehall HiiIU'Ihk, X. Y. City. I'iyinoir.h for I'remen (and prm-eedid). r.nuloune, Nov. l.'i. Sailed: Steamer I Xleuw A i.isterihi in, N,jw York. j Cop, nhairi n. Nov. I :i. Arrived: Sir. i 1. inn. New lork. s IJ I'll a 1 tn i', Nov. -Sailed: Steamer Prlnzess Irene. Xew York. S'. onset. M,iy Nov. 1 ii. Steamer' 1 -".I, VVw'o'-, for Xew York, ' "111 inlli east of Sandy Hook at V 1 . . i look p. in. Tuesday. ; ill.idi li':l. Nov. in. Arrived: Str, i':ii'i hniflnlan, la.in.nv and Liverpool la St. .loluis. N. F. Jew York hew Haven & Hartford ffaiiroai For Combine to make it your self-interest to patronize us. It is a pleasure to us to entertain all who call i toexamine our Pianos . j The M.Sonnenberg Piano Co. f Telephone 878-2. 801 Chapel Street. and already there ha ; l. i n a trenu n dmis demand for seats. "I": i . snen s.; nttalned hv Mr I'h lds and his apo- ! elates In this mtisle.il pi n l: ilraniat ' le history. It ran for an rutin1 sea.- m ;at the l,ow Klelds Herald Square tln-a-j ter. New York, siorlnjt a r-ennl that i has n"ver heen i iii.i'led slmv the ,lns of "Krmlnl"" and "l-'loradora " Slnee j IciivInQ New York for a hrh f rerpllo I last Jnlv It h is pl.ii oil for six vvi ots at the Carrlek thoater, Cliliaco. ,md i emnes here dirn.'i fr .tn a I'o'ir h i'. I.s' ; run nt the Majesth- theater, lloston, ! The rmtaK'-tnoiil in this i Ity is at ! the Hyperion t lealer. l-ld.n and Sal ! nrday nlRhts. N.i emher L'a an.l l'I There mil he no Saturday matinee. AT THE HYPERION. Frank Thuitri". in "Hook of Hollnml." Frank Danlpls, under the manase jnent of Charlwi TYnriman, In tho mti ulcal play "Hook of Holland" will bl ithe ftttrturtlon at the Hyperion Wed Bflay, November 18. Daniels' fine reputation a a ntar In comic opera al jwayB Insures a keen Interest In his ap pearance In anything new, and In this piece ho Is nald to have one of the Ibnat characters In which he has ever appeared, and these have been num erous In the law twenty years. "Hook f Holland" ran two yefirs in Iondon and a lare psrt of last season In New York. Amnnu the sonsrs that ar h.iund to repeat here the success made in New York are: "Lazy Loafers," "Soldiers of the Netherland," "Flylni; luteh man," "A Little Bit of Cheese," "Trn! la la," "A rink Petty from Peter," and "Vlolincello." Mr. Krnhman promises a splendid production and a company of sixty people to support Mr. Daniels. "The (ilrl Behind the Conntcr." The enKngement of Lew Meld a and his company In "The flirl Behind the Counter" will be one of the most not able theatrical attractions of the vear, AT THE GRAND. Idill-di Operettn. A Yiddish spenkltiR eomiany which has attracted the attention .if Vevv Yorkers and liai drawn down unto the Hhello of that iity lovers of the mus ical drama and who could not under stand one word of the laiiKUane hut whose flnpltiR was most rich and ap parent to all who appreciated excellent manipulation of the voice, will he the attraction at the drand Opera House, Thursday evening of this week for one nlKhl only, 1 This company is headed ,V f,,m- ,,f the most celebrated Yiddish player and sinners, Mr. Jacob SHIierl, Mme, !lnion. Mr. n,,, ,t Simon and Mme. Liza Silbert. They will be sen In the hisr.r' -al and Hlhil.-.il Ylddl-di operet ta, ' The Kail of Jerusalem." The pro duction promises to he iv of the mus ical treats of the m a.-ou. Seats are now polling. ( Ity SjMirls Company. The famous City Sports company will be the Football Day attraction nt the irand dpera House aftcrnon and eve ning and will piny the opening per formance on Friday nluht. This com pany Include" In Its olin some of the bivd vaudeville fisitiires to he found and all weie selected with special re gard io their fitness for musical work. Seats are now selling for all three per formances and should be secured In ad vance for' football nlKht, l pnny every mow forms on the sere The an lif es and evening wer nway with tip. AT POLI'S. The i votiiiK contest on nt the Poll theater which promi.se to be a lively on" for the two little ladles are winners both. .Miss Lucy Weston, the Kngllsli comedienne, has some very fetching songs and wears a variety of costumes that are delightful, and sae Is a very charming little person herself. Miss Irene Franklin with her orig-j Inal character songs, is quite as popn- lit r. and she also makes some very j artistic changes. Her child's song "Uod Head" Is quite the best part ' song; that has beep heard here. Hurt lireen, at Lie plnno, Is extremely i clever. The comedy shadows, sand and smoke pictures done hy Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Iwrrow are a splendid novelty. Hern-ode and Mulvey lM a little sketch "A Theatrical Agency," are the screams .if the hill. Kccentrle dances and some wonderful gymnastic stunts are features of th.- number. "Plantation Pastimes" done hy the 'Ten (icorgla campers combined songs and dances dial can be done properly only hy Ihese dusky boys and girls. Th'-lrs Is one of the best numbers on the program, j A new and 'very entertaining bit. of music was Ihe work ,if tae Five Avo i los on their xvlophotios. They played j as a, closing piece a medley which ! contained the songs of nations dls nliylng the different flags ns each country's national song was given, the l,u;t being "The Star Spangled Man ner," with which a huge Hag was used its a curtain, and t'"c live players rep resented Cncle Sam, Columbia, and a Continental soldier. The Hcssle Valdare troupe, six very clever girls al doing; .bicycle trick rid ing, won the hou.se with their wonder ful irleks and acrobatic riding. The act ends wltli all six of them on one Wheel, Cra.ndfather's Pills and some pic tures of peculiar people are shown on I lie sheet by the oleotrogriiph. and test are of th, oil !' Munda,11 afternoon e completely carried wonderful xhicltion and responded with hr.;r'y applause. "A (ienllctiian liuiMlar" Is the drama enacted and pictured by the talking pictures. Ii is a play of Intense hear, interest and exciting action. pui'liu with the reform and mii'-rhige of the gentleman burglar. It shows his suhe. fluent return lo his former ways, his conviction and escape from prison, end ing with his tragic death In the home of his former wife. " The Talking Pictures have Indee) struck the popular fancy of New Ha ven theater-goers and bid fair to he, tile prevailing sensation while they are at the cosy Hljon q-. am Aside iim the Talking Pictures the hill this week Is far out of the or dinary. The regular attractions Include "The Jesters, rhe Beauty and the Beast," and a side-splitting serl s, en titled "Hurry I'p, Please." The vaudeville portion of the hill In in llself worth twice the price of ad mission. H. V. Puzzell continues his popularity by the manner In which he sings "pear H art of Mine," It Is very seldom that New Haveners have an op portunity of listening to a voice so rich and pure as that of Miss Irenn Phillips The song which she sings Is particularly adapted lo a mezzo soprano such as Miss Phillips pos- sesses, The HIJoti Trio, composed of Mr. I riuzzell. Miss Phillips and Miss Flor l ence Bertram! carry the house by storm when they sing the latest pong hit. "Sunbonnet Sue." The bill Is undoubtedly the best ever featured at this house vvlnre good shows abound. The program for the Talking Pictures changes Wednesday when that exciting play, "A Race for Millions." will be shown hy the mov ing pictures and each line spoken. .Ad mission n and in cents. Children's matlne," Saturday f, cents. 0TOBF:il 2f. IflntL X.iv Vlrk.l - I .-. J . 8:00, xS:in, -9:35, l' t : 3 a; 'nl.', e'.iS'.J:-,;i- '3 &1 o:o;f. 6;4o. .;:03, .7.6lJ . S:1j, P. ni. SunUftys-M:lR, 4:43, J:3i., a. in., xl2:0e, 1 :r.5, 2:01. 5:"1, xtf:l), 'r.Mu, TM, ; rp) p. m. For ashlniclnn tin llnrl.,,. i l:ao p. in.. 1 2 :. ulgi,:, oai;y. II enr HiiNion via III fit. no. I i lo:iKl a. ni., N:ii3 t. m. I-or IIiinIiiii via Provtilouec.i a:."il, 7:47. !ill:4:' a. ni.. t2 ,i.v -3 2:nS, .t:5:,, 6;4J, "7:1.5 Sun 2:20. 2-il, ,i. in., 12.ii. "r lleaiuti vn Sirlnglleti i ' ' a. in., -1 - i ., "5.4 p. ni 1:10 a. in., '. 17. 5:i p m. I or llatlfei 1, SnrlnnH,.i.;( :.,i a. in,, x . :i0, .i .i i, us:1'' p. r : ! :0.r. a. in.. t:'i x S .0 r.. e.i. For Wllllifiiii'i i..'.- " ". a .. II H:17 p. in. j . i;,. For Shellii(re Fi,l' ' ,! u. .. 'to Xiw iia:-'.':.rui, : f,:...u p. Wflsttlel.l,1. For IMemleii '. (vi.i .Cai. .June). fc. a, 3 if. 5 IS. ?: 'u. :i, i.. ., i::4n e. :ii Fur I'iiiwrt. til, Knv-.r:5li, 8.52. i.u p, ,ii. :i.a. Fur I II- 'u?'!!! -:'U. -.u: ..: ;. .a. "v '.i Hrl'igrp.it-t F.t!-S4 ..-m'.iis x i Parlor c.i;- ilmlierl. a. ni.- a. in.. 4 15 FAV I.DVtlOX MI'IFS. New London, N'.iv. H. --Arrived: SiOi. Knele Wing. '!nl i iimire: !n port win! hound, lugs It.iMler, with four h.iiges from west; .l.-mies Me illlams. wii three Ivnaes lioiind west: William K (iladwlsh with live Imrges from wes( Res, nolo wilh "i luiieos from we.-' Yirll'iiil '.vll'i live harges from W"o Wyoming with live barges from west Sl.ii .va uese vvlt'i I've barges from w.-s! Lehigh with six barges from west. Leaves New York Jan. I'frffctian ir. cruising giincd ' titrouen 20 yrirs' experier.ee j JEWELERS. COFFEE PERCOLATORS, in cither solid copper or nickel plate. S5.00 In this you ran nhvnjs linvc the de licious, wholesome distilled coffee of a ncvei -varying; (iuilll. A (ion- THE BIJOU DREAM. Wonderful Talking Picture I Ionian Hurglar." The climax In moving picture enter tainments has been reached this week at the HIJou Dream. For some years audiences have found dally amusement In gazing upon I lie animated pictures, but not until now have they In-en en abled to view the pictures and hear 'volets that speak the Hues that uoeoin. PAPKK MILLS HKVIVK. Berlin, N. II., Nov, Id. After a, shutdown of more than three months, the mills of the International Paper company of this city, were started to day, with a, reduced working comple ment. It Is expected that hy the end of the week a.ll the machines will be manned. The "open" plan will gov ern the employment of operatives hereafter. dSBfe Marine Rennrrl. , POUT OF NF.W llttra, Arrived: Steamers l.eander Wilcox, from New York: ami llancoeas from New York: sehrs. Helen P. from New York; mid ImIIIIi Dentils from New York; tug Mars, vvllli two barges from the eastward and steam canal boat Natter, Willi one consorl from New York. Sailed: Tugs Mars with four barges for Philadelphia and S. O. Co. No. 7, with line barge for New York. : 8 .-iv.'i.ey ,i. Kel J is. H. P irlsh ,t s -curda;! TKI 9 Mill. Ixi.VI fj onays,s:fii) 9 Smi tor Knks toil pliu. HAMBl'RG AMERICAN UN 41-43 RrKtlw7. ses1. M2 Chui' Co., Si! Orange Around 788 Chap Kb Strut. NEW HAVSN. OT, Silverware for the Table. Itcl'orc deciding upon (lie purchase of Nlerllng silver or silver-pliilcd iablo ware you can make no mistake in coming to sec our slock and get our prices for (lie best grade of spoons, forks, knives, ten nod coffee sets. Won't von slop I" ami look It over? w.vreii and .u:vf.lhy kkiihin; , SPKCIXLTY. Porto nii vrto SM4V J liFXF.rtvi, sinriMXu kv. Xew Yurk. Nov. HI. Arrived: Steam- ! eis Admiral Schley. I'orl Antunio, Antwerp. Nov. 15.- Steamer Saniland, New York. (llasgow. Nov. Hi. Arrived: Steam er I ',i 1 1 1'ovii la. New York via. Moville, , Liverpool. Nov, HI, Arrived: Steam ier (Vmrle, Boston via ydeensiow a, ! Cherbourg, Nov. 14, Sailed: Slrani ! er SI. Paul. .New York. Bremen. Nov. I ii. Arrived: Steamer I Main, Xi-w York, Clierboin g. Nov. I H. --Arrived: Steam 1 er Kaiser W'.Uuiui 11,, New York via, Cut Glass You are invited to visit our establishment and inspect our stock of Cut Glass. A call in curs no obligation to buy, WATER JUGS, WHISKEY JUGS, SALAD BOWLS, CELERY DISHES, SHERRY GLASSES CARAFES, NAPPIES, PUNCH BOWLS, DECANTERS, WINE GLASSES, BERRY BOWLS, SANDWICH PLATES. Monson's Jewelry Store. 357-859 Chapel St. A delightful three wn-ks' eruls New York to and around the Tsb Porto Kleo, stopping at all Inter points. Luxurious steamers fundi tel accommodations for entire Special tourist rate, which In every expense, JI4(i. Write for (rated booklet. siiIHiibs, etc.. ti Xew v,,rk nm! I'ordi llleo S(eiiJ Co., 12 Broadway, X. Y.. or Sweff Keley, 102 Church street. New I, FRENCH LINi t uiiiumtule General Irmi.mlui lllr,., I.ln. In lUVKK l-'AKifi. Y balling every TH UHSDA X, ill a From Pier 42, North Klviif New York. Lt Savole NI La Provence ft La Lorraine La Tonralne l,a Brt'tiiifiiG La I'rovenee 1 Twin-screw steamers. (Jenrrnl Auodi't. 10 gtnte Street, Apply to French Line. 19 State tit. or Swceiey & Keliey. 102 Chur Bishop A Co., 18a Orange St. Parish tk Co.. U Oranca SL KiJew Haven if "'" ....... ......j FAHF.S nKDUtJl) (IW NTBAMBK .1 i From Neir llnvrn lA.ave Heilej datlv. excent Mondays, 1:00 a. m.t From Xew lork Leave Viet M River, near Cattienne si., . r,nt ii.. 9M st.. 3:00 u. in.,, da cut Hunlavq. Time between Nej ...L -..A X'-.., Vnrlf fihlltlt flV h Tickets and stateroom at Bis Co., 186 Orange street, also ate Dock and on Hteamar. j UKO. C. BLACK. Agent, New Ii F. 0. COL1SY. A. O. P. A.. Ne "1 mWurg-meriu .a- . i-iamnurK w Batavla, , Loudon I'urle Amerlkn Nov. 26 To Hamburg ittrect. (illirnlOir Naples f.eaoa v. Lincoln r) Moltke, Dec. Hamburg. .In Uenlschlanil lo Italy Feb. Office. 4fi lltar, N. V.. or aiiy loci Rweezey & Kelsey, 102 .Chore. Jas. H. Parish & Co., 86 Orange s ITALY Starin's N. Y. &N.H. ) DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAYS PASSEXUKR AND Film GUT SE.,1 Leaves New Haven S:00 p. m., ., Pier, foot of Brown Street, i New York 9:00 p. m.. Cortlandt Pier No. 18. N. ft. Far 76c . exc tlnketi 11.2ft. Rooms 11. Tike 1 Street otrg to Brewery street- v, n. visann. Aceat, I Maw Uaai r