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PHOTS OF THE LODGES
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E Templar, hare orcaniicd a Trienni Pilprim
EVfa.ce Association for the purpose of attending
K the Thirtv-serenth Triennial Encampment of
juitte , Grand Commander?. Knl-nts Templar of
' ie unuea etates, to oe neia in mcaii wi uea
t.Ter. CoL. inAmmst 1832. Tner now have on
' their mils 60 members and expect to increase It
,xo iuu intnin tne next inrce moauu. j.ccy
-"will'meet In Freemason's Hall on the fourth
Monday of everv month. The officers elected
l are: .President, Cbatles C Baer: Vice Presi
dent, Wm. S. Brown; Treasurer. Americas V.
HoIrim? Sucrotarr. Wm. Clark: Vav and
' :M eatis Committee. T. Brown. H. H. Arnold.
: Only two meetlncs more till team contests
.end and when It will be decided which is the
S .. Pittunt Conclare. So. 89, will hold Its an
Vic'nal reception on Friday evening, December
, at its call, Biitn avenne, cm . -, .
'"December and the semi-annual reports, ins pec-.
tlons, etc, wui keep the deputies Dusjiorsew
cral months. ?
Brother E. A. Knox. Alternate epnty off
g :DlstrictJJo. 4, and a member of Beaver Avenne :
J ' Conclave. exDects his conclave to make an ex-
jj ', cellent report and inspection.
3. Ki Koorehead Conclave No. S2 will hold
Its annnal'i reception in February or March.
-.3hi eonr-lire hai KBtrmi Itself the most active
. ln.thc.city'rlarins the present term. It has ten
j application! pending.
The Supreme Arcbon and Deputy Charles
Cornelius Tisited Sonthside Conclave, No. 7G.
daring the wpek. This conclave has appointed
a special executive committee to devise plans
to rapidly increase its membership. A deter-'
mination always wins and will in this case.
The Allegheny Uountv Degree Corps will
.visit Cap Shell Conclave No. 15a, on December
' 1L The corps will also participate in the insti
tution of a new conclave at Sewickley during
..the coming week. It will bold especial meet-'-
ing for the initiation of Dew members on
Wednesday evening, December 4.
Lodges have been instituted in Brooklyn.
2.Y Washington, D. C, during the past
Pittsburg iodge Initiated two candidates
on last Wednesday nigbt. The Allegheny
Conntv Entertainment Oommittee met and ap
pointed the sub-committees for the entertain
ment to be given soon.
Fidelity Iiodge, of Allegheny, received
three applications at meeting last Monday
sight. Lectures by S. S. Robertson, Esq.,
Alvln L. Large, Esq, W. G. Griffith and Dr.
t "W. M. Beach will be the special features for the
next four meetings.
Patterson Lodge, of this city, has elected.
Past Commander, A. F. Ohl; Commander. E.
K. A. Fisher; Vice Commander, J. Miller:
Assistant Commander, C. Manchester; Pre
date, C G. Mahey; Secretary. Jas. P. Sankey;
Collector, C. H. Alters; Treasurer, A. H. Pat
terson; Guardian. W. J. Snyder; Sentinel. H.
T. Maratta; Trustees, W. J. Patterson, R.W.
Morrow and Jacob Schoenberger; Medical Ex
r miner. Dr. L. C. Manchester.
McKeesport Lodge has elected: Past Com
mander, A. E. Hall: Commander, Rev. G. V.
Slontgoinery; Vice Commander,W. ILStewartr
Assistant Commander, W. H. Pitzer; Prelate,
D. H. Rhodes; Secretary, W.S. Sims: Collec
tor, Enoch W. Pitts; Treasurer, E. G. Rankin:
Guide. A. A. Vernen Sentinel. F. E. Sims;
Trustees. W. P. Wamnler. Walter Abbott, W.
H. Pitzer: Medical Examiners. Drs. Burlin
Came and Black: Delegate, W. M. Bell.
- Duquecne Lodge, of this city, has electedjas
officers: Past Commander, A. C. Shaw; Com
mander, J. H.EpDclsbeimer; Vice Commander,
Louis C. Bihlen Assistant Commander, C. F.
Mellck; Prelate. A. A. Elliott; Secretary, John
J5. Robbins: Collector, W. J. McGregor; Treas
urer, O. P. Cochran; Guide. Samuel P. Wood
side; Guardian, W. J. Love; Sentinel. Harry L.
Workman; Trustees. Otto O. Heniz, George E.
McCague andM. E. Vaillant: Medical Exam
iner, Dr. a C. Wiley; Delegate, Samuel L Os
mond: Alternate, A. C. Shaw.
rsessemer Lodge, of Duquesne, Pa, has
elected thefollowing officers: Past Commander,
George P. Pitts; Commander, Dr.- John T.
Black. Vice Commander. Howard Black; As
Fistant Commander. Cbarles F. Kerser; Prelate,
Rev. N. B. Tannehlll: Secretary, John P. Com
rad; Collector, FrankDyer; Treasurer, Robert
Robson; Guide, F. F. Scbeid: Guardian, J. F.
Williams; Sentinel. Seward Oliver: Trustees,
Charles W. Allebrand, John Lntz and Thomn
kod E. Estap; Medical Examlher, Dr. H. F.
PltMburg Lodge No. S38will celebrate its
41st anniversary on Friday evening by a concert
at Odd Fellows' Hall, Fourth avenue.
Monnt Marlab. Lodge No. 360. L O. O. F
has been for some time in the back ground so
far as taking in any new members, but sh has
taken a start and is initiating and working in
the degrees almost every meeting. On Friday
night last there were two Initiations and three
candidates for degrees. Bros. P. G. S. Thomas
Mathews, George E. Young, of 5b5, and George
Snowden, ot i'o, filled the principal chairs.
C M. B. A.
Branch 74 will be instituted next Monday
eve in St. John's parish, Southside.
The meeting which was to have occurred
to-day at Elizabeth has been postponed.
Branch No, 1, of Titusville, held their
eighth annual reception last Wednesday even
ing. Mauy of the State officers were present.
At the meeting held at Tarentum on last
Sunday several names were signed to an appli
cation for a charter. They meet again this
Chairman of the State Trustees D. D.
Hughes, of Tirnsville. has called a meeting of
that bodv for January 14, 1E90, at the Seventh
Avenue Hotel, Pittsburg.
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MQNP A1P EVEOSITNG, DECEMBERS. ,.
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees.
First appearance ia Pittsburg of the Chicago Opera House third annual Operatic
AND THE FAIRY.
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WEEK BEGINNlirQ ' ' '
MONDAY, DECEMBER 9.
Only -:- Matinee :-Saturday.
First appearance in three years,
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Monday. Evening, Dec, 2.
:Matinees, Xuesdajj .Thursday as4 Satardar.
KnlghH of the Mystic Chain.
On.Saturday. November 23, a preliminary
meeting was held in Logerman's Hall, South
side, to nominate and elect officers for a new
castle of the Ancient Order Knights of the
Mystic Chain. D. D. Barker, Past Commanders
E. S. Edwards and Priddy were there to ex
plain the aims and objects ot the order. The
xollowing were nominated ana elected into the
various offices: Senior Past Commander, Will
iam Ponllng; Junior Past Commander. David
TtonndiSirKnight Commander. AVilliam Ctrl ess.
Vice Commander, Robert Westerman;.First
Lieutenant, Joseph Brttile;Chlef of Staff. John
Harris; Assistant. William Edgar; Inside
Guaid, Harrv McDonald; Outside Guard, Al
bert Werner: Recording Scribe. William Pont
ins; Assistant Srribe, Job Hipkiss: Treasurer,
John Jones; Chaplain, Albert Carless; Trustees,
John Wcsterman. David Round. Albert Car-less.
Week Commencing December 2. .
The Principals ami Suspects Implicated in
the Great Dr. Croniu Murder Mystery, reallst
ical. Reproduced in wax.
Captain Chittenden's exhibit of rare relies.
A hundred other new objects.
Hume's Very Funny Farce Comedy
December 9-BABEL, COWBOY PIANIST.
pASINO MUSEUM .
JOHN W. O'BRIEN Proprietor
E. W. CONNELLY. Manager
Open from 10 A. M. to 10 P. K.
Week Commencing December 2, 1SS9,
HARRY HARTMAN'S HUMAN HOOF.
Miss Lizzie Sturgeon. Foot Pianist, retained
by special request; Prof. Devere and
Lady, -Cremation;" Master Chas.
Carter. Bov Magician: Prof.
J. S. Mack, Flame King.
Theatorlum Doremus and Clayton and Frisk
Donkey Jasper, Miss Hattie Bell, 3 Rexford
Bros., MifS Ida Hanley, Chas. Percival, Sim
monds. Hughes and Rastus. Jas. S. Williams.
Coming Dec 23 Two Headed Baby. del-93
Furnishes Music for Concerts, Weddings,
Receptions, etc, etc
Also Lessons on Flute and Piano.
sel5-l-su 410 WOOD ST.
Presented by the . N
IDEAL EXTRAVAGANZA COMPANY,
SEASON '88-89 CRYSTAL SLIPPER.
ON THE STAGE.
A CHORUS OF 60.
A BALLET OE 60.
CHILDREN. :' "-, ,
In "The Children's Heroes," "The Old Woman in the Shoe" and "The Little Lord
Some o -be ?-bs"bs
Esther Williams, '
Jas. E. Sullivan,
Frank f. Blair,
The Music is Whistled on the Streets of New York, Philadelphia and Chicago.
GOBGEOUS ENSEMBLES! STTFEBB CHORUSES!
X0 NOT AJO TO SEE
Hie Light of Asia,
The Ganges Girts,
tlhe Snake Charmers,
Tlie Lady Bugs,
The Harlequin Butterflies,
The Merry Parrots,
The Otcl, the Grasshoppers and'
the White Moths, .
-The Slaves of the Harem,
The Fopulace Men,
The Fersian Military Maneu
Scenery and Costumes Elaborate Beyond" Comparison.
Farq.net and Parquet Circle, 81 60 and $L .First
Baicony, vac ana cue uaiiery, c.
TAJK3 THE LITTLE FOLKS.
NEXT WEEK NAT. C. GOODWIN. no29-6
,HOLIDAYSNAP IsTO. 9.
Baby rings, sold gold. 25c Baby rings, solid gold, set with ruby, pearls, torquoixe, etc, COc
Misses' rings, solid gold, plain and engraved, 73c, $L SI 25. Misses rings, solid gold, with stone
set;, SI, SI 25, $1 60. Ladies' rinzs, set with ruby, pearl, torqnotsc emerald, cameo and other sets,
from SI 25 to S3 00. Gent's initial lings, solid gold. S3 60. So 60, S9 00. Solid gold set rings for
boys from $1 50 to S3 00. Solid gold rings, set with Rhine and' voltaic stones, SI 25. SI 75, S3 00.
And lastbnt not least, gennine diamond tings, ranging from the tiny baby rings at SI 69 to stones
weighing H to 2 carats. Prices from 6 25 to $125.
We guarantee our goods strictly as represented.
. SJycn?, 934 Liberty St, Cor. Sm'ithfield.
Monday and Thursday, CAMILLE.
Tuesday and' Friday, HELENE.
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.Wednesday, Saturday Matinee and
Mrs. Scott Siddons,
The Beautiful and Talented Actress,
In Character Readings and Recitations
LAFAYETTE HALL, DEC. 13.
John W RanMsev
Booker Ss Leigh,
Miss Mable Francis,
M'lle Catharine Nelson,
The Bisters Ouri,
Miss Emma Howard.
Williams & Brannon,
.And the Laughable Comedy.
. ARED HOT STOVE !
' Monday, Dec 8-LESTER & WILLIAMS
LONDON SPECIALTY COMPANY.
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"Under tedjreeH on of
ON WEEK;. BEOINNIKCr VOTKDA.T, DBOBMBEB .-V
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, DEO. 2.
Every Afternoon and Evening.
Magnificent Production ot the Great Drama,
' A Pirst-Class
Weefr December 9-"MY PARTNER."
xCcirS obtained the only gold medal
awarded solely for toilet SOAP in ,competi
tion with all the world. Highest pssibk
Matinees, Wednesday and Saturday;
-"'jscrvr i.:t the eagle mcxKEAX
"I wouldn't Biaa'tt for Nina DoUrs."
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From New Yort to San Fraaclseo the people arise es witb R0AB8 OF LAUaTtr.
and THTJNDER3 Or APPLAUSE, to greet Wr?..
:aiisr jjsrib tzajeui
Under tka peea maxtagemeBt of ME- HAJtSY HOTS fe the aCaatoal Fare Coiiy4
"... (By H. Grat-a'DesBellT, Aakes of "Katsral G,",-;)
' The entrancing Gavotte, "t Crorgeotia Mexk
JOSEPH 3. StriIVANt
BERT C THAYER,
MOLLY FULLER,. 1 1 '
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FASCINATING MUSIC. BEAUTIFUL GIRL. ICAGNIFICESX COBTUlts.!
BIJOU PRICES: 7id2Bo1
Dec 9.-CIARA,MORRI3 IN REPEBTOOtl
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LIDAY SUGGESTIONS. : NO STOCK OF GOODS IN THIS CITY
IS MORE PROLIFIC IN ITS OFFERING OF APPROPRIATE HOLIDAY GIFTS THANv THE ONE IN
It is made up of goods that combine, in-the most pleasing way, beauty with utility, while the range of values is broad enough to meet the limitations of erery purse,
to meet the requirements of every taste. -. - - -
HOLIDAY PRESENTS F0E FATHER, HUSBAND, MOTHER, WIFE. FOR SISTER, BROTHER, SWEETHEART, BEAU, FRIEND or REL&ETVE.
VISIT OTTIR, C3-:EA.T JL.lTlrcrjJLl 3!OT,TD.'r STi ?EIS "V7"ilI!:.
In order to facilitate your shop-
; ping we will, on payment of a
. . small deposit, put aside any article
or "garment you may choose and
keep same until such time as you
ft. . find it convenient to Dav balance.
We will place purchase in our
package department for delivery at
any time wished. We recommend
an early visit in order to secure
the advantages of complete assort-
. ments and to avoid the crowds of
late shopping. If you live out of
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fWe guarantee to please and. suit
ysyott in every particular.
Men's all-wool Suits at $8.
Nobby Cheviot and Cassimere Suits at $10.
Very stylish Suits at $12.
Magnificent and elegant Suits at $15.
Thousands of Men's Suits at $5, $6, $7
and $7 50.
MEN'S ULSTERS and CAPE OVERCOATS.
Black, blue and fancy Shetlands.
Black and blue Chinchillas.
Finest and other Montagnacs.
American and Irish Friezes.'
Black Cheviots and Thibets.
Black and blue Chinchillas.
1 Irish Tweeds and Friezes.
Fancy Cheviots and Cassimeres.
THESE PRICES: . -,
Parents' will be surprised at the '.
Nice Suits and Overcoats for Little Bcsv
"We're Selling at
. Ulsters, $8, $10, $12, $15, $16 and $18. ",
Cape Overcoats, $12, $15, $18, $20, $25 and $30.
NO SUCH VALUES IN ANY OTHER STORE IN THE CITY.
$1 50, $2, $2 50, $8; $4 and $5,':l s
AND THEY'UTBE DELIGHTED WITH THE 'VALUES IN v."
. s Big Boys' Suits and Overcoats ;& '.,
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$4 $5, $6, $8 and $10.
The yarietv of goods we're show
ing makes it irapoaaible'forany oae'',
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me way or an useiai ana appropri-
. ate present. Come awl' ck-9e tSi,
gifts you want from the pilesItlSt,
han ra-nr rnnntorn anrl Jj5K: JfJf
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Qxt prices won't hinder yoiiHgwr
tney. are maae 10 nt me netji
.suit the season. We havaSStl
"surprises in the variety of 6raa
play; great surprises in. JfoliJfJ
1 novelties; but the- greatefe affiMj
surprises arel our ctriei Mnm
low prices Sead. aJyor;lf atwilpyj
naaiL . We guarantee ,t plea
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MEN'S FANCY VESTS, $2 98, $3 50 and $4. MEN'S WHITE SILK AND SATIN VESTS, $15 and $7. MEN'S MOIRE ANTIQUE VESTS, In WHITE and PARTI SHADES, '$ $7 Mi4&.
MEN'S FULL DRESS SUITS, $25, $28, $30, $32 and $36. ::: CLERGYMEN'S COATS, $12, $15 and $18. ::: VESTS, $3, $3 5Q and $4. f . . : :
SMOKING JACKETS, ALL SIZES and FABRICS, $4 to 20.
: HOLIDAY SLIPPERS.
We have the most beautiful lines of lovely goods at prices
" lower than any one else in the city. The wide realm of the animal
world, from the Alligator to the Kangaroo, is used in refined form
and texture, while all the birds of paradise are robbed of their
- bright plumage to give them color. Silk and satin, with their shim
mer and sheen, heads of silver and buckles of gold, all are brought
'into requisition to render these goods things of beauty and of art
more beautiful stilL
Ladies' real goat Queen Ties, $3.
DRESSING GOWNS, ALL MATERIALS, $5 to 25.
MEN'S BATH ROBES, $8 it 25.
' Ladies' patent leather foxed black satin Francois top Oxford
Ties, $4. Ladies' French kid vamp, patent leather top, satin Fran
cois quarter, Queen Ties, S3 75. ; '
Ladies' finest French kid Theo. Ties, $2 75.
Ladies' best Dongola beaded vamp and Deaded buckle Mod- ''
Ladies' best French kid bronze Oxford Ties, $3 25. '
Ladies' finest Opera Slippers, $2; elegant L-strap Slippers, $1 40.
Ladies' beautiful patent leather tipped Oxford Tie's, $2.
. . Ladies' patent leather vamD. tan color, ooze calf Quarter,
"IRamona Slippers, $3. :
;f I A magnificent variety of Men's Slippers, in all the latest novel
' .ties. Uo fancy prices though.
MEN'S PLUSH TURBANS, $1 34, 1 49,'$! 69, 1 74,1 89,
$2 49, $2 69 and up. '
MEN'S FUR TURBANS, 89c, 98c, $1 98, $z 49, $3 98 4 39,
$7 50, $8 and up. . :
MEN'S FUR CAPS, 74c, 98c, $1 49, '1 69, $1 89, . $i 98,
$2 49,2 69,. 3 24 and up. '. r. '-
Children's fancy 'Caps, in plush and velvet, 24c up". . ----
Toboggan Caps, 19c, 240,-290, 34c, 39c, 44c; 49c upV' " .
, Boys' Dogskin Skating, 14c; Velour Skating, i9Cj"2ic.up'.
Men's Velour and Whitney Caps, 21c," 240,-290, 34c, 39C"up;
Fur Toot Muffs, 4; Floor Rugs, 4,- 50 upi - ' ;- -v
Gum Knee Robes, plush back, $3 98.
Fur Robes inMountain Goat, Wildcat, .Siberian "Dog, Fox. and'
Tiger Skins, $3 60, $4 50 up to $25. , ..-'.' rj , vy--
. Wolf and Fox Head Rugs, $5 up. - , ' . N
Cloth and Wool Robes, 98c up.
Gent's finest grades Alaska Seal Gloves and Gauntlets, lined
with fleece lamb and kid palms, $j to $ 10. "V
Finest selected Beaver Gauntlets; also extra long gauntlets,
superb-quality, 5 to $S 50. ., ', ;
'"" Extra fine quality Nutria Fur Gauntlets, $2 75 to $41! .
$ y- ' Tr . :J.r ,
' - Finest grades of lined Kid Gloves', made with Beaver," Seal and
Otter, trimmings, best silk plush or wool lining, "prices, 74a to
$.249)- x- ' - - .''-"
, "'.Plain top Kid, Gloves, all the best grades .of goods," including
Fowne's, Dent's and other' wellr known makes,' 49c to' 2:98.
Perrine's' best Pique' 'stitch. Kfd Gloves, $1 83 onlyj" regular ,
price, 2 25. "" " j ' (
Superior . quality Genf s' unlined Kid Gloves, all new shades,
, COACHMEN'S CAPES and GLOMES,
in Goat and" Siberian Dog, superior goods; $5 to:9'fo.r Capes;
$2 63 for Gloves. " ' ' . . V
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'a&c 'The-most exquisite-designs oa the daintiest qt colors .iaifSilk.
and.'Satin, 'mounted with gold plated buckles, 74c to:$2 '.giSf.f ' '
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; ;Thbnsand3 of Umbrellas, ia all the.bsst ntakas.tIajappearanc'e -$
"' 'nothing handsomer' could be shown- ; Exquisite - carved -ivory' han-
. dlesi "etched sterling silver, hand chased' -gold,, curious designs m-.fc
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Blurs WOOQS, lue laiest iau iu 4111141, wau wu aBiacsk.tu.s. , jw t
.usual we will engrave name, initials ocoaogram,pn-aU.U brellasi1-;
. .freeTof charge. -You owe it.to-yourself to see "pur aWKictwat1 bs-
- rc-rc purcnasmj, as our prices are away aown. i? ., -
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i'-yAn enormoas assortment of Silk ICuffiers and- SilkHadK
.-' A stock of Neckwear which is woa4erfal forits tariety; The'
-patterasirf Silk and Satin are beautiful -beyoad decriptio O'ut;
:prfcti'are honx2$ to 50 per cent beloir:th6e charfd?by' exclustv.(
-Aliroi' Full Dret Shirtsaineqaaled ia ?itWVkrf.
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JlT9ikt Sets, Sharai Sets, Manicaw Site, S-okcri' . Sets, -Pad
Jtfmil&Ui Ketittj,. Cardigaa Jacke, IWpaiiat Cawt, Whisk BaMj
mLadi' Wk Bow, tbc inert and graadtt ortet ia:
Lowest Prkd Store, for ReiiaWf Gk1$, w the UmtwJ Stater30G t 400 lvkMtr
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