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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, lflOR.
BEST AMERICA! Miss Augusta Cottlow So Rated Among Many Critics in This Country as Artist and Musician. m DELIRIOUS M DM AT I OCAL THEATERS AT POU'S. AT THE HYPERION. HERE WITH THE SYMPHONY Han Friend Horn AVI in Are iiinu to Hear This TteniurLiihlo Voiidk Woman Tliiy. Through the New Haven Symphony orchestra, the local admirers of hlt;h achievement In piano playing may have an opportunity to hear a ynunq woman who has done much to luinq; American pianists to their present h?h standing as a dims. Mips AuRusta Cottlow, who la to play the great A major concerto of Liszt with the orchestra next Tuesday afternoon In AYoolsey hall, Is perhaps tin bent American pianist nmnns our women who have won renown hoth as pianist and musician. Indeed, everywhere she plays the mnslelnnll Iiess of her Interpretations as well aa the brilliancy of her execution Is com mented upon. Miss Cottlow Is one of tbe pianist s. who has worked as much with her head as with her fingers during and before the years of her career beforo the public. She has niide wonderful strides In her art, as an artist who can Inter pret the thoughts of the masters, and as a pianist who has overcome the technical difficulties of her scores. There Is much Interest locally to hear this Interesting young woman play as she has many friends here who have expected much of her, but who bad scarcely hoped that this slender, re fined Rirl would develop mieh strength nor achieve such triumphs. WESTVILLE. The W. 3. A. C will hold a meeting In their club rooms on Whalley ave ti ue this evening. All members are re quested to be present. The Ladles' Missionary society of the Congregational church will hold a spe cial meeting at the home of Mrs. C. Harrison of 109 Fountain street, Fri day afternoon. On Chest, Back, and Head-Pain, Heat, and Tingling Were Excru ciatingNerves in Exhausted Condition Sleep Badly Broken. CURE BY CUTICURA SEEMED LIKE MAGIC "Words canhot, express the, rrnHtudo I feel for what f'ulioiira .Remedies havn none lor my naucn tcr, Adelaide, hlifl is fifteen y?ars of age, and had novr had anything the P sliin until four wAv-A. months neo, when an eruption lmt;n out, on her client. The first avmutotn vn.i a redness, and then followed thicken ing and Misters, which would break and run matter. 1 took her to a doctor, and lie pronounced it, to be ei :',cir.a of a very bad form. Ho treated her, but Instead of boms checked, the disease spread. It showed ifcrelf on her back, and then quickly spread upwards until the whole of her head was affected, and all hor hair had to be out off. The poin she Buffered wai excruciating, and what with that pin! the heat and tin gling her life wni almost, unbearable, fehe became run down in health, nnd at times was very feverish, languid, aml rirowsy, and occasionally she was de lirious. Her nerve were in such a low state that, she could net bear to bo left alone. In spite of the, cold went her she would insist on having her bedroom window open, nnd would lean out on the window-fill. She did not liavo a proper hour's sleep for many n:f,hts. The second doctf r wo I r"d afforded her just as little relief as the fir?t. and I reallv do not know whnt we should have iono if wo lnd not, read how Cuticura cured a similar ras- 1 pur chased Cv.tictira 8.ap, Cuticura Oint ment, and Cuticura Tills, and before the Ointment wai three-quarters finished every trace cl the disease was gone. It reallv seemed li!:e mairio, ller hair in ccmlng on nicely, and J '.ill apply the Cuticura Ointment as I find it. increases the cj'-wth wonder fully. Mr. T. V. T!yd 1, OnRar riaoe, Tirentwood, fcer, England, Mar. 8, 10.M7." Cn'lcim Poip (2V. trt ClMnM ITie SVn. nrtt tm Ointment if Of.) to Hcnl ihr S!n. tint (utl curn It'wii.rni i.MV.i, or In ti fnrm of i ln,rit!at Coved I'll'.. 2 V. iwv vial utiM'.in 1'iirlfvthe H.nml. Po'il tlirouichOMi tte vumI ivier linn A rrein. Corn . Soli, Phii . neeten, Mist. "r-Unlltd K-M. Cui.iouraHo.RenEklnUSs'Mi'S. ho I'rhule l.il'e of SiIomic Dliiiccr on Ihr SI :!!. 'I'll title I'm!,, "The 1 : 1 1 1 Mouse," lie new I'cri e ;n',;i;ti( by Clyde Klto'n 'mm the now famous ilern-.iin I'n'V" of le nnni" nirii" whi-'li h.is run for two .eil:'ollS 111 III I'lill, h II .-ialnine ililtlfcl known by the name used an tlie title of ll,e play. This Im 111 Hr.it play iti .vlili'h the irivnt' life mid inlrucs o,' i :-':i Ionic diini'er have e'er been shown o the public. 1 ii l nia conm c: ion it :i uily just to tp.'ntion that. 'Tie Mine Mouse" l.i a perfectly tesp ctahl" y'iun ; I'TSi 111 rit heart in spil" of chorus girl 'an.i.vure mil ntt ultr.'i-thcatrii'.il iiian :er of lo'iklmt at life "The Hlue Mouse." tinder the tmin HBeimnit f lh" M'';:si',:. SIikIhtI, will I) i-et-n here for the firm linn at the Hyperion to-morrow nU'iit. 'Thf (;oidcn Huttct'ir." The wlil.'ly heralded new comic icier i, Tit" tin'il. n i'.ui terfly." by KoiTinaM fie Koveti ,'uiil Marry H. .''iriili. cone1 i.ir 'ei ifoiii'iis lout and '. e oil t run "t tit" H roadway I hen I r, Xv Yolk, to the Hvperlon theater for an cnKiiKcinetit of lliree nlnhla helnnlns; The members of the Kpworth league of the Methodist church held a. very delightful party In the church last, evening. The YVestvllle Poclal and Athletic, club will hold their Sfith dance In Lenox hall, Wednesday evening. James w. Stanford's orchestra will furnish the music. The Christian Endeavor society of! the Congregational church will hold a ! srviee In the chapel Thursday morn-; lng at S:30 o'clock. IAU are Invited, to ptend. ! FAIR TO-XTGHT. The fair of the Toadies' Hebrew Orphan society will be held this even ing at the' armory, HWVI.KV TO STICK. Slterlff of I'liirflcld Coiinly lo Work for llrnndcs'ec, P.ridgepert, Xov. -"1 shall stick to Unl'eri Stales 'Senator Frank B. Hrandi'gee unlvss he him. df comes to me and releases me from my promise, Is the comment made by Sheriff Sidney E. liawley of BrooUflol.l, today In re sponse to a remark that he Is likely to be In a position to feel considerable "pressure" of one kind and another made by Fairfield county politicians! who want him to swinK over from Brandcee and give his support to Congressman Kbenezer J, Hill of Xor wnlk. who wants to occupy the seat now held In the senate by the Xew London man. That Senator Brandegee won't m len.se Sheriff Hawley from his promise seems to be pretty certain, so It may be taken as final now thai the dele gation from Falrfletil county it III be di vided between Mill and lira ndegee. 9t. .Ski f t ; m$ P jiiiillnmiii life Vmmi' .vf:.i 1 J. .; The Thanksgiving week hill at lie ' Poll theater l.s up In the standard of excellence and Is Interesting becaus' there is an usual amount of variety about ii, The opening number, Senor Arnolilo and his troupe of performing Jaguars, panthers and leopards, al though quid being Intense anil full of exciting, v. underfill feats. The Kauff tnnn brother,! hi a Muck face special; ty .called burlesque grand opera give opportunity for some good songs. , .Miss l.lsle Leigh and company at' given splendid chances to display their ability in a little playlet "Wearing th" N'et" iiinl they don't fall lo take advan tage of n .single move. The play Is v U'y dramatic and all three people are clever, A well carried out plot, not wholly new but re-arranged form the medium. Eddie Mack Is a favorite, his htick-and-wlng dancing being the best of lis kind, and he Introduces soiun new features In this line. With him l)ol Williams makes a hit as a wee winner and dancer, She Is the very daintiest thing Imaginable. The big number on the bill Is "The Xew Schol ar" In which Cl.venee Wilbur and his ten funny folks manage to keep the aoiiietiee in roars of laughlev for about M minutes. The six O'Connor Sisters wllh him Introduce very good singing r.peeliill le and Mr. Wilbur himself keeps: ti e ball In constant motion. ' P.elle R'anche Is the best mimic wc have scn In nianv inootn. She gave several Imitations of stage celebrities Including A linn Held, Alice Lloyd. .Tack Norwood and Kva Tanrtuay. she iiNo pave a hint rnm Miss Franklin's "Red Head" Song., remarkably well done 'twas too. Very original, imn.ually sensational, was the act of the Four Headings. They are gymnasts par ex- ; cellence. Three men and a lad do as clever work as has hern seen In thi.s line this season at Foil's, and that Is taylng much. I The electrncraph shows the re.nilt of nn exciting varsity boat race and Is a titling finish for a winning bill. j JOHN D. DENIES ; FATHERING TRUST1 " The Shoe That Never Fails To Satisfy The Wearer." NEW HAVEN WOMEN ( the many who wear them ) are ardent supporters of the "Edwin C. Burt Shoe for Women". The service in wear that goes with the invariably dainty shape and smart style amply testifies to the superior goodness of leather and workmanship always to be found built into an Edwin C. Burt Shoe. There 's a good deal in a name it stands for real merit in shoe-making where " Burt " shoes are concerned. The following are especially attractive Winter " Burt" models. Gives Credit for the Creation, of Gigantic Corporation to Flagler and Todd. ARDUOUS DAY ON STAND Mr. Kockcfcllcr's Memory Fall IVrloil of Trust .Liquidation Says He He,mgi to Ihr Urollierlnmil of Man. THE WAY OUT OF The Slough of Sickness is an plain and sure, and within such easy reach, that all who suffer from upset stom ach, sluggish bowels, torpid liver, weak kidneys, or impure blood, mny quickly find the way out to health, vigor and strength. JOHN MASON Mio Apiiciii M In "Tli,. itching II. mi-." Altli a matinee on Thanksgiving day. It Is reput.il to be cue ,,!' the must ' magnlfici nt comic opera productions ' ver prese-ii,.,!. (iraee Van St uddlt',rd, uhn Is well remembered r,,r ,,.r bril liant work as the prpmi donna of tbe Metropolitan Ktyjbi-h Crand i ira company nu, nln of tbe lln.stonians. Is : tic ,tar of the production. wmmmKmmrxrwmm'n are the one and safe guide out of the slough of acute indigestion, nervous dyspepsia, constipation, bile troubles, sick headaches, impoverished blood, sleeplessness and mel ancholy. t For over fifty years, to men nnd women in every part of the world, Heccham's Tills have extended TIip He! Health iping j AT THE CRAND. The Opening (f "The owboy and the Siii,-nv." "The 1'iiv. boy and the S.ptaw" began the week here last night vlth a large aiiil appreciative audience The play Is a drama of u intern life, full of faith ful fellow? who stick by comrades In thick and thin, .(if course the "Hud" men have to he at nd to furnish the drama. The play opens 111 liosebud. Montana, 'iher lb-els, a it Indian girl has come liiore lo save the life of the hero. Ri'op i dm I'.o'o, who ,rc iiuu.lv ,vnvc. b-r life. Hud llai'liv, the villain, has a con spiracy a'laiif t Hub, siiu e they are I oth i h n!s. .-'ihef lleels tells all'l ll" is fore- v(i"ue and mc-k Hud before the 1 11 i ' has come to a he.nl. At thi. stage "nth Tompkins cmies on Hie si civ and 'we moil fall In love wi:h her Hob and Hob's tnl'ltur l.ong Pete. Pete wor i':ps her. but h" resigns his love, : '.Inking that Hob Is a holler man. Huvor Hrot.-, loo, is in love wiih Hob. Inn H,,b never knous it, and her - llled regard for him l unnoticed. She tots Hob out of many light places as I lie play progivasi x. Hud lieRlns bosl ilil Ii .s by nbdlictllig Until. lie lakes In t- lo the (Hants' l'ae, bin Silver Heels' father, Hear Tenth, trails them and he leads Hob lo the cave. Hud and his confederates are Just ,-i limit lo kill Until when Hob appears. Attain Hud eapliire.-. Hob and tills lime ties him to a wild steer, and the Hie Hace of heath begins. Silver Heels anain comes lo lie rescue and Hob bus her to thank again. The pursuit of Hud laics them through Hie Montana lianges and Hob Dually captures him only to have him cctjie aa.;in. The lasl act is In Hob's new log cabin, the home or hi:; bride, Hulh. While (he fun Is at its height Hob Is chot and a few moments later Htpl eati lies Hob alone. Sils t-c Heels .saves him. only to be shot down in cold blood and per love for Hob Is forever un known i n h I in . There if. a malinee (otiini'i'iivv and tin i tia I evening pi -norma in-os. Xew York, Nov. 23. Credit for the creation of the Standard nil trust, which counsel f,r the federal govern ment Insists still exists as the $tnn1 'ard Oil company of New .lersey, whs ! given by .lohn l. Hockef.-ller, In te ;tifylng In the federal ult to dissolve , the etandnrd, to two men, Henry M. Flagler nnd Samuel C. T. Todd. To these two not.iors of fhn old combine I Mr. Rockefeller gave full credit, say ing that he was sure It was ivt hlm Rif because he did not possess the ability f r so progressive an act, Mr Rockefeller spent H ii arduous day on the stanl under Incessant ; questioning by Frank H. Kellogg. Hi government counsel, nnd when nd i Journment was taken until to-morrow, ! he showed every evidence of delight : that t ie day was done. Counsel hope , to conclude his cross-examination to morrow when It Is planned to place j John 1. Archhold, vice president of the Standard nil company, on the stand. Km nk H. Kellogg, who, with other government Investigators, has been endeavoring for over n year to obtain I the missing stock transfer books of j the Standard nil trust, snng'.it to-, lay ! through .Mr. Rockefeller to truce these hooks and Mr. Rockefeller I promised to do what be could to find them, M Rockefellers examination to-day carried him through the period of the Standard nil trust nnd tha ENTERTAMj HYPERION THEATER WEHNF,SrAY KVKMVO. NOV. :r. Premiere Performance of (T.VHK FITCH'S Newest Comedy, THE BLUE MOUSE With All-Kmr rnt of Ex-Stars. Seats Monday. Prices 2Sr. In tl.fin. HYPERION THEATER TIHTIS.. PR I.. SAT.. N"V. U. ?7. 2. Mnllnr Tliurftiln.v nori s-nlurrinr, ;nri-'. v u ti nun (inn, Management Charles Hrnndwny In the Comic Oner.i by llnrry H. Smith a ml Ouln: bl le Koven. I'liK .n,m, ni TrniiKn." I'rbes; ?."ic. to M.Bi. Sent snle Tiles day. Carriages nt 4:45, n:4fi, Tim In boxen with full directions, 10c, and 25c, He cln i Ii and Angel of I'm Trail. " j Thnnksglvlng day at the a bioiMe. S. linn III I'man will a),,e,r in a new play by Mr, Howard ine nej hi wi' i rail, n lie I III. I,, '-'I II, it ,,.,.llll ,,l ,1m,',.,! IiikI,,,. ,, " " ' ' .' ' I " ' ' ' " " ' until instantaneous laior, ny r I its novelty and merit. Hill 'deli Is , writer nt it led said to In ha? :'un of GRAND OPERA HOUSE. THANKSGIVING WEEK , NOW l'l,VI(i A Drama nf Weslern l.lfe, The Cowboy and the Squaw. .Mnllnec Wednesday. Tel. flO'i. THANKSGIVING DAY also Friday ami Sniiiriliiy, SI I, MA III HM In The Angel of the Trail. Dally Miilliiccw. Seal Selling. POLI'S NEW THEATER Al,l, WKKK itF NHVBMBBR 2$. Daily Wntliirrs. I Inrniep WPIiur nnd Ills I ft Funny Folks. A It Mil IMPS I.FOIMIIIPi. Ill "Tbe New Scholar. " (lii;lINfi' 4. 11 rs. l.lsle I.elKh A Co. In One-Act lininuitlc Playlet, "Wenv lug the Nel." k nmw nuns. f,i intK nor WII.I.MMK HI.F.CI HIII.H l'll with "The I.lltli I ll I le I 'oxswal n " AIM'KII ATTRACTION Die Mnlehlrss Mimic. 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These are very special grades of fine "Burt" Shoes and come in choice Kid button and lace,with hand turned sole, patent tip, medium toe and heel ; won derfully comfortable. TftffeM ALLEYS The Metropolitan Store of New Haven. Exclusive New Haven Agents for the Edwin C. Burt Shoe. years nf it subsequent liquidation, w llch laMed from 1SA2 to IS!9. Mr. Rockefeller's memory was not always clear on the details of the trust liquidation period and lie told counsel that he could not recall many of the Incidents of that time. During the day Mr. Kelloffff learned from Mr. Rockefeller that early In the history of the Siandnrd th presidents of two railroad companies and several rail road directors were stork-holders In the oil combination. After adjournment to-niht Mr. Rockefeller told an Inquiring audience of reporters that there were better thinft." In the world than mnklnir money, and since 18!H he had heen gradually retiring from business. He added : "There Is more Important w irlt than making money nnd there Is much for me to do. I belong to t,io brotherhood of man." , kkx'kivk rxvi(i errs. St. (myelin's Celebrate Twenty-fifth Anniversary .Mln Noll sings. .Miss Acnes Noll of New York, who sang nt the Cneeclla's concert, Sunday evening, Is a soprano vocalist or great ability. She Is the possessor of a sweet and at the same lime powerful voire which she handles In a masterly way. Iler rendering of the various solos allotted to her were executed so well that the audience Insisted on her reappearance nt the end of each song. She was specially pood In her execution of the Slumber Song from the opera "llaensel and Gretel. ,li the local ((erninn singing socle ties participated In St. Cnecella's 2,jth anniversary celebration In Grrmanla linll. l.ovlng cups were presented to the St. Caecella society by the Teutonln Maenner-Chor. the llarugarl Singing society and hy the Arhelter Maenner Chor. The Hermanns-Snehnea Singing; society presented a sliver wreath In a frame. There was a fine musical program and the soloists were Fraulein Agnes Noll, soprano of New York, and Wil liam Grabb, baritone, of this city. The celebration will close next Thursday evening with a, banquet and ball In Ctcrmanla hall. The director of the St. Caecella Singing society la Prof. Adolph Sehwlckardl who ar ranged the musical part of the pro gram for the clcchratlon, MII4I TTT i l l i V "if T ' r ifl'iT i ' mi i T ftMUHarrr 1 PROFESSIONAL MEN WEAR. W. L. DOUGLAS THE BEST 35Q SHOE'S GOR MEN. Men of quiet tastes will find in my line of shoes a great variety of styles and lasts to choose from. The professional man will find in any W. L. Douglas store an attractive shoe which fits his foot and at the same time harmonizes with his figure and dress. My shoes are worn by doctors, lawyers, teachers, etc., in every state in tha union. 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