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THE MORNING JOUENAL-COUItlER, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1908.
MOVING PICTURE SHOW ORDINANCE PRINCESS DE SAGAN KEEPS CHILDREN 7i IcfFTrHr! MtXaiHSkBlli Ready 1 3S ( Excellent Examples Of Extraordinary Value Giving The last dav of the old year will be one of extraordinary value-giving. It will be a case of giving away all the profit and part of the cost on seasonable and desirable merchandise. Every department has a special vaiuo which you will recognize by the blue sign. These are a few examples: Linen Diaper IS Inch Uni Diaper, 10 yards In a piece, value $1.25 a piece, Thursday 08?. Women's Neckwear Real Lnce Neckwear In Puch esse, TtouRP, Princess. Oluny and Venlse at One-Third Off the Marked Price on each piece. Irlah Crochet Hows, Turn Over Collars, In Princess and Venice, value 50c each, Thursday Yokes, Chemisettes, Circular Collars, liertivi's nnd foliar nnd Cuff nnd Sleeve Pets In Icchessc, Princess, Hnufre and Venlsi Laces: prices were f"om j:.?S to t'OM. Thunday at One-Third Oft Regular Prices. Upholstery Dcp:. jl Inch Rilkoline, In a variety of good putterns. best quality, values 12e and l."c a yard, Thursday 0 SASll CURTAIN'S figured and plain Swiss muslin, value 35c a p:ilr. Thursday 2."?. T'pholstery Dept., Third Hour. How very often you hear this: "WHEN MONSON S ADVER TISE BARGAINS, THEY ARE BARGAINS." Every Garment in the Cloak Room Now at Janu- uary Clearance Prices. Rack after rack have been emptied during the past three days. The stock is still very large. Assortments still good. Many of the best bargains still re main. Revised and- reassorted. the bargains are even more attractive. Russian Pony Coats in good assortment, all at Clearance Prices. Tailored Suits have sold splendidly. There are nearly one hundred beautiful suits here, good.styles and correct for early Spring wear. Regular charge customers are welcome to the Bargains, as well as cash customers. No charge made for alterations. DR, JEWETT IS DEAD (Continued from First rai?e.) medicine, In the class nf 1S79. After two years here, he took a year's work In the Yule M cl I school, and then entered the medical deportment of the University of New York. After Krnduatlmi, he been me nn assistant In the eye deportment of thfit college until In 1SS2 he look up a general practice In New Haven. 1 1 is first olllee In this city was nn College street, but fur the past twenty years he has practiced at his late resi dence, 215 Crown street. lie was a very successful practitioner, and for the pant ten years has given most of his attention to diseases of the eye and ear, Dr. Jewett was always greatly In terested In the fraternities and Indies of tlv city, and at the first meeting of the Masons after his twenty-first birthday, was Initiated into that or der. Me was a member of Hiram lodge, Franklin chapter, Harmony council and New Haven council. He held all the Scottish Rite degrees up to and Including the thirty-second, and at the time of his death was a candidate for the thirty-third degree, his name being recommended for this honor by many of the best men In the country. He was also a member of America lodge, Knights of Pythias, In which he was a high officer, and In the Heptasophs, Pilgrim Fathers, An The World's Most Famous Caruso Melba Eames Unlnl adski Ive luriun Black Goods SI. 10 firt Striped Suiting for tail ored gowns, one of the hand sc est materials gotten out this season In Mack goods; 6(1 Inohes wide, value 11.50 a yard, Thurs day 91.10. Stationery Dept. Initial Stationery, value 25o a box, Thursday 19?. Dennlson's Posse Par Tout Outfits, value 75c and $1.25, Thursday 50f and 7lf. t fO and $2.(0 Fountain Pens, 14 IU. cold points and fully guaranteed, Thursday 69. Colored Dress Goods Odds and Ends In Colored Dress Goods that were $1.00 a yard, Thursday 69f, Black Cord Silk niack Crystal Cord silk, 3 Inches wld". deslrah'.e for conts and trimmings, value $2.50 a sard. Thursdny 11.75. Women's Coats have been reduced again, especially the 36 and 42 Inch lengths in black staple styles, well made. Raincoats have also been put down In price. We can not replace them at prices now olfered. Children's Coats and Dress es at .January prices make them most attractive. Purs at a genuine cut In price of 23 per cent, makes them most attractive and are selling last. Minks. Lynx. Squirrel and Poxes, Caracul. Persian and Pony. cient order of United Workmen, nnd ninny oilier fraternities. lie leaves a widow, Mrs. Fillth 'nr;-cn Jewett, daughter of the lute Joseph Warren, and a sister, I'.ellnda Jewett. now living In M:issn busetls. Hr. Jewett's only child died In In fancy, The funeral will be held nt 3 o'clock Friday nfternoon, at the mortuary chapel of I,cwls & Mnycock. The Masonic ritual will be used at the services. FOR BAR EXAMINATIONS Many Appeared Before Cnmmlttefi at tlie Capitol YeMlerdn.v. The state bar examining committor met at the capltol yesterday to exam ine candidates for admission to the liar, These wlin have mode application for examination follow: Barton M. Welch of Chaplin, Percy J. Edwards of South Xorwalk, Waller Morgan Anderson of Greenwich. Wll llnm L. Zepp of Bridgeport, Allyn I,ar rubee Hrown of Norwich, John II. Thomas of Rranfnrd, Michael J. Xoo nan of Walerbury. Charles F. Mitchell of New Haven, William J. McKenna of New Haven, Farrel O, Martin of Ox ford, John 1.. Geffrey of Walerbury, Martin Leonard Ca.lno of Naugatuek, Henry James Freeman of Nangatuck, J. Irving Davidson of New Haven, Alger non O. Qulnby of Stamford, John Smith of Bridgeport, Arthur McOrmond of Ansonla, Franklin W. Cohen of An-snnls, Grand Opera Artists ST.. VICTOR ONLY Machines $10 to $500.00 Records 35c to 6.00 GUN STORE, 5 Church St. OPEN EVENINGS. Long Gloves $1.98 Long Kid Oloves, pink, light blu, lavender and a few blacks, values $3.88, Thursday (f 1 1)8. Real Lace Handkerchiefs One-Thlrd Off Balance left from Christmas stock to go at reduced prices, Durhesae, Princess, Venlse and V'al. edges; values from $1.2-5 to $3.1.00, Thursday One-Third Off Marked Prices. Outings Sc Phort lengths of Outing Flan nels, nice heavily fleeced quali ty In stripes and checks, value lie n yard, Thursday 8. Umbrellas $3.50 Women's and Men's Umbrel las, pl.Un and fancy handles and good silk covers; the h.indli s are slightly scratched from handling during the Christmas rush. Value $4.50 each, Thursday choice $n ro. t.vmim; a limit. Hoav die Kmitlc Stiviicluiiin;i llus nt I .iii-I P.ci ii linnic-.sc(l. (From the Technical World.) Although with the i xc, ition of the Ht. Lawrence river it is the largest stream llowlug Into the north Atlantic, the Sii:-iiielui nun river hue iv-mt been renowned for anything but scenery and trouble. Since tin- timber has been stripped from Its mountainous drainage basin, embodying an area of " 7 , (I o o square miles, the Hoods of the Susquehanna have been extremely sudden, violent and destructive, N"t Infrequent ly It attains to Ihe remarkable record of a flow at high water equal to twenty five times Its volume at low water, Large as It Is, the erratic Susque hanna Is navigable for only live miles above Its mouth, Ileynnd that point It Is so full of rocks and shoals mid rapids that nothing but an occasional raft at high water has ever passed down. Such a particularly outrageous stream Is (lie Susquehanna I hat It Is difficult to find room upon It even to navigate a, ferryboat comfortably, one of these quiet reaches Is Met'aM'M Ker ry, where a part, of Washington's ar my crossed on Its way In do up Corn wallis nt Yorktown. The comma tub-r himself crossed at. Conowlngo Ford, fourteen miles below. At this historic spot some clever engineers are demonstrating that tha Susquehanna Is good for something after all, for they are building a hydro eloctrle power plant which Is remark able. Not the least Interesting fea ture Is the e.t la onl ilia ly earn with which the situation was studied before plans were formed. To he sure engi neers are proverbially painstaking, but In this case n new record for thoroughgoing accuracy was extnh llsherl. It, was (he hlglie.it, trlhute that man could pay to Ihe terrors of the Susquehanna. I M S A F. MS MNHF.WIS MOTIIF.It. New York, l.'ec, an.--While In a nt of Insanity, Arthur Trotter, I ilrl y -t iiree years old, int" lo-day killed his aged mother, Mrs. Ann Troiter, hy hrhenilln.it her w I t.'i an axe nnd a knife In her apartments on West Klghtcsnlli street, Superintendent Grant Will Pro pose One for the Kculation of This Kind of Theater. WOULD LICENSE OPERATORS YYIilli" Knmu SiieVi Plnrcs Are Per Cecily Equipped, In Other Lives Arc Itcnlly Knrlnnfere(l Every Day. Since the moving plcturn show has become so popular lb" element of danger to the audience has received moru or less attention, nnd the recent fire In Manchester and the closing of the shows In New York city has called especial attention to this question. In thla respect the people of New Haven may feel assured that the shows as conducted in this city are safer and better regulated on the average than In most other towns, and are fre quently Inspected by James Grant, superintendent of (ire alarm tele graph. Superintendent (Scant said yester day (hat be will In a short time draw up an ordinance to present to the board of n Mermen, for the better con trol of these (daces. Among other things th'- ordinance will require that all operators of moving picture ma chines be licensed, for this Is one of (he greatest causes of danger when machines are run by young boys. Other requirements will be in regard 1 to the construction of lire-proof metal booths In which the machines shall he operated and regulations as to use of lilnis, w iring, etc. Iir'its essentials the bill will I'o'low the regulations of the New Fngiand Insurance F.xchange whose rules are now enforced as far as possible in tin' city, Hartford has such an ordinance and it Is working out. admirably. All the moving picture shows In the cit) were inspected only yesterday by Superintendent Orant, and he found that mo.-t of them were following out his suggestions. The great source of danger Is of course the booth In which the machine Is placed, and he has dif (ieuliy In some places to persuade the ouiu rs to Keep papers and rubbish cleaned out of these places. In many shows the films are run by mere boys, who litter up (he place with rubbish and frequently smoke, when h single spark would Ignite the very lnflam able dim or any papers and start, a lire. In fact, tin1 running of machines by boys under eighteen, and their h iblt of putting up electric wiring Is something which demands a stringent liceii.sing regulation. Another rule Is that Ihe film shall be run from one nietal box into an oth.r, and th's Is being gradually en forced nil through the city. Where (bis Is complied with, a fire could not reach more tlian a few Inches of film and would go out, of Itself, or an ex plosion would be less disastrous. In the mailer of cits, Mr. (irant has Insisted that all theaters be sup plied with rear doors, so that (he aud ience ropld leave without having to pass unuor a nurning hootn In case of lire. This Is the case In every such bouse In the city. f!ut the great e.t necessity Is that all the booths 1 1 i . i , be constructed of nietal or concrete, wlih automatically closing door and slides, and this Is not the ease nt present In many of (he places. There Is no question but thai,, unlil such an ordinance Is p.i.sscd and en forced, a fire, which can start so easi ly in a mining picture show huus... would Imperil and might, dr.stroy the lives of a large pari of the audience. The danger Is especially great where the s.iow Is In a Ici.l ling, the upper stories of which are occupied by ten ants, and the proposed ordinance would eliminate all such places. Could Ihe public .see the Inslle workings of many of th-. mining picture shows, even some of the fairly well equipped one?, they would shudder nt the t louglit of th. se places being filled every afternoon with women and chil dren. ( hi the other hand there are several shows in the clly which have readily followed every suggestion of safely and taken a pride In the almost elim inated clement of danger in t.'ielr places. Two of those 111 the center of idle city are said to have the finest I equipped booths in the country- and a j lire could not burn for more than a I few seconds, and even then would he ! draw n up a chimney to the roof by a draft 1 1 r a- specially constructed pipe. It Is doubtful If the audience would know a. fu'e to be in progress, so com pletely and automatically would the booth be. cut off. It. Is not taese shows where expert electricians are employed and every precaution Is taken which Superin tendent Orant will aim his ordinance at, hut the many cheaply constructed and carelessly handled ones, where lives are menaced every day. i;r,I,TI5IC liKJHTS FOR KXfilM'.S Tin- Maine Central Is to try the ex periment of electric headlights for Its locomotives. This Is not a new ex perlment In Maine, the llnngur and Aroostook liming tried llvm In 1902. The lights tried by the I i. nnd A. differ from those which the Maine Central will use In that they were supplied with electricity by a small dynamo, while the new ones receive their cur rent from a storage battery. The Canadian Pacific has been using this new (j pe of light for some time, nnd It is said Is going to equip all loco motives with It. Pullman 71 was wearing one of the new electric head lights when II went through W'atef o Friday, The headlight went back on Train 61 Saturday and was broken, the heat, generated being too strong for the glass. In other ways, however, the light proved ils elllclency on the trip. When some improve ments are made In the model now In use the light will be much superior to the ones than have been in use. T,ow 1st on Journal, nii,noi tiikft (tiitii;Kn, I'eler Spulgo. an llalian of 12 Hill HI reel, was a itc-iImI Ih' ewning by le(f cllve Col well and Railroad Officer Sposa for theft of guudd li'itru the, rail road company. Court Decides That Prince Does Not Exercise Pernicious In fluence Over Yoini'j Oastcllancs. IC0UNT CAN SEE THEM Hoys .May Not Leave ( ondiiciil With out Court's and Count's I'cniils Hlun Vindication (if Princess. Paris, Dec, 80. The petition of Count Bonl de Cnstellane that, the custody of Ills three sons be given to his mother, the iMarquls de Castellane, was denied to-day. The court ruled that the chil dren remain In tho custody of their mother, the present Princess de Sagan, who before she married de Castellane, from whom she secured a divorce, was .Miss Anna Gould of New York, The court ruled further that the chil dren should not leave the Continent Without Its permission. Beginning Oc tober 19, 1909, they are to be placed at a college situated within one hundred miles of Paris. In his petition the count attacked the character nf his former wife and the Prince do Sagan. The decision of the court is considered a vindication of the Princess Anna. The rights of the count to see his children are not greatly changed by the decision of to-day. He will see them twice a week regularly. Befors they are placed in school he will have them with him also New Year's day and Faster of next year, as well as foi six weeks, running some time between now and October. After October 11), when the two oldest boys will be sent to school, preferably In Normandy, the count and the Prin cess de Sagan will see the children equally during vacation, and each will have equnl rights In the matter of vis Its to the school. The youngest boy will remain with his mother until he Is ten years old, when tie will join his hrothors. The children cannot leave France without the consent of their father. Tho court non-suited the .Marquise de Castellane, who was an Intervening petitioner, nnd condemned her to pay the costs. The court did not uphold the conten tion of de Castellane that the Prince de Sagan exercised a pernicious Influ ence' over his children. Whllo the prince and his former wife were Im prudent before their inarrlnjre, nothing had occurred since to Indicate that the Interests of the children wete endan gered. In conclusion the magistrate pointed out that tho decision handed down to day could be changed any time that the conditions In the de Sagan-' house hold were found to threaten the wel fare of the young people. Tim IIOAI) TO l'AIHYf.M. The day Is dull and dreary, And chilly winds and eorle Are sweeping through the tall oak lies that fringe the orchard lane. They send thu dead leaves Hying, Ami witn a inii.irniui crying They dash the western window panes Willi slanting lines of rain. My Utile "1'ruile and Teddy, I'enie quickie nnd make ready, Take down from off Ihe highest, shelf Ihe book you think so grand. We'll travel off logelber To lands of golden weather, Fur well we know the winding rosd tli.it leads to Fairyland. A long, long road, no byway. Tin- faliy kings' bo. ml highway. Smm limes we'll see n easlleil bill stand l.p anallist the blue, And every brook that passes, A-M-lilsperlng through ihe grasses, Is Jiir.i a magic fountain tilled with youth nnd health for yon; And we'll meet lair princesses Willi shining go'den tresses, Rome pacing by on palfreys whit", some humbly lending sheep; And merchants homeward faring, Willi goods beyond comparing, And In the bills are robber hands, who dwell In caverns deep. Sometimes the rend nseendlng. Around a mounaln bending. Will leid us to the forests dark, and thrre among (he pines Live woodmen, to whose dwelling Come wicked witches, telling Of wondrous gifts of golden wealth. There, ton, are lonely mines. Hill busy gnomes have found them, And all night work around them, Anil sometimes have n bag of gold at some poor eotlagp door. There waterfalls are splashing. And down the rocks are dashing, P.ut we can hear the sorites' clear call above (he torrent's roar. Where quiet rivers glisten We'll' some! lines slop and listen To ta'es a grey old hermit tells, or wan. deling minstrel's song. We'll loiter by Hie ferries, And pluck the waysble berries, And watch the gallant kr.lght, spur hy In basic to right n wrong, fill, little 'Trade and Teddy. For wonders, then, make ready; You'll see a shining gateway, and. with in, a pa la"c grand. Of ellln realm Ihe center; But pause before yon enter To pity all good folk who've missed Hi" rom! to !'a Ireland. Cecil Cavendish, In December ft, Nicholas, flivn Rnlivl nl fin,.. r V W heals and protects the di-'o ised mom. brine n sult inn f:om Ciiinrrh nod driven kftr Uste and Fan. !l. Full size 50 pis., nl.J.'nig. prists or by mail. Tit liquid form. ';." cents. Uy Brothers, "' Warren Street,. Now York. SINGERS TARE NOTICE. I.cnrn 1n ttenri m il Sing nt Sight. After years of study and research I have completed n method of sight singing, comvcl-.'d by. Ihe best Vocal toBcners nnd musicians to he the best simplest and most complete method ever devised. Anyone whether ta.lnnt ed or not run with thta system learn to Blng or play at sight In tlio short est po.4lhle time, 1 guarantee satis faction. Correrpondencfl solicited. 0. F. BOBBINS, Principal, filuillns. Mfl Ctiiipel St, , 770 Cnmpbell v OA WlXJSJ 'T7WC(K1V.T!'W. Ml Ely's C!Ba!oiMSISi In quickly sbtoM. & iZ.'btJ'Ol C0V9 J 2e ''"crft-VVTJ 1 Van I loutcn's Cocoa is completely and instantly soluble ready to .serve bv simply adding boiling water only see that it absolutely boiling. The special Van llouten process extracts the full strength and the full nutritive value of the bean. This eliminates the necessity of boiling the Cocoa itself. There is no sediment and therefore no waste this means the economy of using only t as much Van Uouten'a to the cup as of other Cocoas. (Best and Goes' Farthest) TARIFF REVISION DONE IN SECRET Changes in Schedules as Put Into New Bill Will Be Kept Trom All Till Final Report. REAL FIGHT IN SENATE Committee Fears It Will Re Besieged by Interests Affected Novel Plan for Automatic Slid ing Scale, Washington, Dec, 28. Although the entire country is deeply concerned In the work that Is being done by the tariff fiftmers, the dally deliberations nf the hotiso sub-commlttoe ars so well guarded that practically no relia ble Information as to the changes that have been decided upon Is ob tainable, ' It Is contended a.s an argument In favor of secret sessions that If the decisions reached 'by the committee were made known the members of the committee would be besieged by the representatives of those Interests which would be affected by the pro visions of the new measure. Fur thermore, It Is claimed thRt the de cisions reached are not final until the completed bill Is reported to the full committee. When the bill reaches the senate It Is believed that the real fight against tho proposed changes In the present schedules will be made. If the senate makes many amendments to the measure, as reported from the house, the special session of congress that Is to be called In March probably will continue Into tho middle of the summer. Among' the newest of many novel suggestions mnde to the committee Is one outlining a plan for an automatic self-adjusting tariff, submitted by A. M. Stlllman of Pcnsacola, Fla. Mr. Stlllman proposes a sliding scale for the tariff rates on the principal ar ticles Imported, the rates to change automatically wjth the market prices, lie describes his principle as follows: "A basic price for each commodity Is to be fixed by act of congress. Whenever the market price nf a com modity Is the same as this basic, price, the present rate of duty on that com modity Is to be In force; but when the market price rises the tariff rate falls, and the tariff rate automatical ly adjusts Itself to the market price. "To provide a duty on a commodity without restricting the selling prlco of that commodity Is Illogical," contin ued Mr, Stllltnan. "The republican Idea of the tariff Is all for the manu facturer or producer; the democratic Idea Is all for t'ae consumer. Either view embodies only half the truth." SrOCKSKFrTi RTTITATj. ' The pupils of Miss Helen Reeves Crane, have ft highly successful and creditable recllal at the Ptelnert Athe nenm last night. A line program was rendered. Twenty-fourth Year. Results, Not Promisea The Butler Business School. Kcgulnr Session Iny nnd Evening. SIDNEY PSRLIN BUTLER, President. Y. Rt. C. A. Building. 'Phono .14 00. Elevator. ATTEND THE BEST No Superfluities. Yale Business College Send tfur Catalogue. 116 Church St. Tel. 1737. BENJAMIN SCOVILLE,' Instructor In KI,()CDT10, OHATOHV, IIHAMATIC A UTS AND STAtili! URl'OHTMK.N'T. Rocm 48 Insurance Building, 8110 Chapel Street. SCHOOL OF DANCING LPJNOX MALL, 11 VOP.K Syi'ATlW. J. H. CAMPHKI.U lXSTltltOTOIt. Beginners' class, Tuesday 'V, Social SHHoiulily, ThurhJuy eve. Junior asueni. bly. .Htiii'duy eve. Private lessons by appointment. Ollleo hours, 7 to 9 p. m. Circular. Tel. Dates open for rentals o Loaux Halls. MRS. J. H. DUNN. Beginners' elHsses In dancing now forming. Private lessons by appoim nicnt. Telephone t!i8". liuuia, 3-6, 7-10. SID CHAI'liL ST. FOR PENSION RAISE! (Continued from First Pag.) station; Sergeants Williams and Con noly, representing the Grand avenue precinct; Captain Brewer and Sergeant Tlernan, from the Howard avenue sta tion, and Captain Tripp and John T. McGrath, from station i. , . . The matter of the ball was taktn tlf next. First of all the oommlttee wfcteh has been out looking for an available hall reported that the armory had beeii promised for the night of Xannary II, and the meeting voted to aooept tta then named consisting of Chief Oowlai as chairman, Sergeant Dennehr, Ser geant Watrous and Deteotlve Jo&n J McAvoy of central ttlon, . Jmm4 Grady a.nd John B. Roche of Gran nue, Sergeant Me.Qa.nn and Pi Matt Powers of Howard av, John T. MoOrath and Thorn Dlicwell avenue, to take up of the ball, which must be ranged to make It a Juooeai were talked over at tha sen which It adjourned. The ball committee thsn down to work and divided sub-oommtttees. The eomm printing will oonslst ef John, H Sergeant McGann and SergeaJ rous; the muslo committee of Mi ers, Sergeant Klalber and John Orath, and the house eomml Chief Cowles, Sergeant Dennel geant MoGann and Patrolme and T'raejr. The printing committee met once announced that the prlntln be done by John J. Corbett.' sic committee has decided to hi Governor's Foot guard band, Fred Guilford, as the band for tti and the orohestrs. led by Menge be t'le other musical organlzatioi furnish music for the affair. The. prtoe sf tickets has been Si t2 apiece. The occasion will bs dress affair. GRNKltAL MURTtilt AJIOLISHBI Washington, Deo. 80. General mu required by regulations of the nl from time to time Immemorial, has bl abolished by Secretary Newbery. ceremony of mustering the entlraj'' of the battleships on the mors the first Sunday of each morj long been regarded as a tedln unnecessary procedure. It requlrt. eral hours. HYPERION THEATI THURSDAY, DECEMBJJR L, 8. Hire Presents The Funniest Woman on the MAY ROBflON. In the Comedy of Sunshlns laughs, "TUe Itejuvcnatlon of Mnr)-," By Anno Warner. Manage! requests auaienoe to De in uieir at 8. Curtain rises. Trices: 26c to $1.B. teat Tuesday, Carriages 10:45. ttVPtfRTON TRWATW1 FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JASt, J, Mollnce Dally. I Sam 8. and Iee Shuhert (Ina.) 01 "TUB VAMPIRB." ) A three-act drama of sybUsra a love, introducing Jobs E. Kellerd, an distinguished company of playars. Prices: Mat. 2 Bo. to til ere. lla. J1.S0. Beat sale Wedneslay. OarrVag u:d. HYPERION THEATER. , MOXDAY, JANUARY . Onhan and Harris Present George- M. Cohan's Mnsfnal Tlllii, 4K MIM'TKS FROM BROADWAY. ' With Scott Welsh as "Kid Burns Ml Original Company. Prices: 25c. to $1. Beat sal Friday. HYPERION THEATER Beginning Thursday, Jan. 7 8 .Vgtits nnd I saa on Rale Nntnrdiiy Mat. Tuesday, Jna. B DAVID BELASCO FRANCES STARR THE EASIEST WAY ' Hy KirOKSM WALTKR. Author of "Paid In Full," Prleem Bint., KOe. to $1.R0 eve, BOo. in HC2. CHrrlnifps lOiti GRAND OPERA HOUSE. A 1,1, M3W YKAK'S WEKK. THE REAL DRAMA OF LIFE The Plar Hint j Different. Mills. Wed., Thur., Frl., Sst. Tel. 601, POLI'S NEW THEAW m:v yk a h's wr.riK bim OXK WPIKK OF PKCKMBBR 28. ManaRpr Poll Presents MR. THOMAS E. SHEA & CO. In Henry Irvlng's Great Play, "THE BELLS" SMia'll ft CAMPRKMi. f I,l'I-r HKUSON TRIO. 11AKRV FIRST CO.. 1 Jn "The Marriage Fee.' ' J l:'KTI(Or'l'"3 C1RCC8. Jimmy i.i.'ci'H. I'HII-lllTl HROS. i v.wa i noi. it ipii tiiuinay scaie ui prices uc ,ew YeS maunee. r QUINCY ins SAWYER 4