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THE SCBAKTON TBIBUNE PBIDAT MORNING. MARCH 20. lS'M.
MKU OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
Q & Co.,
ImprintH en Enrh Clpar.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT.
I TO 1U0A.M.
1.JP To 5.SJ P.M.
135 WYOMING AVE,
Dale 1im gone to Pottsvllle
returned rrom tin
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
Conrad Bchroedar has
i loriil trip.
R. T. Contort, of Wilkea-Barre, in t the
C K Bennett, of Blnghamton, vlslled
th: eitj yesterday.
Krsnk Thomas, of Oivjihsnt, was ui
C, K. M.msille, of Oarboiul.tie, was la
tht city yesterday.
Or Qeorsje LThroopii ill at his home
on Jefferson avenue.
William T, Byrnes, of Carboadala wai
In the city yesterday,
Pr. and M'x. c B. Warner, ofRuib,Pa.,
arc at th Valley H 'tte.
Mi.h Kthor M.xo.s u spetutitig br
Esster mention at home.
Thorns v7alkey,ot stay Held, wss among
yesterday Scrantou visiter
IflM Pra'i, of 0) I Forge, i vwttai
Mi Jw:e Ui'.'er. on Madison avenue.
Johu F. Everhart, of PiltStOB, was yea
Istday calling on Serantou acq laiuteuces.
lYotbonotary Christopher W egaud, of
l.ttteroe county, called on Prowonotery
F P. Brown. T. V. lowderly, jr. and T.
J. McTig ail of Carboudale, Were in
Miss K:'rv.: Stanton, Miss Stanton
tad li Florence Hata. of Hou-mAiIc.
were :u the etty yesterday.
Mw Elisabeth Arohbnl'l will give
dam-iajt party at Bar leH
home u.-tt: Monday evening
HiM Frvila Htm, of Pin :rt. i ex
pected bom today from Now Vort. wber
she bai Been attetuii; ioaool.
j. E. Durham, of Al'ctown: Jiba I.
ilathias. of Hiiotiv Cttv, ud W. R, t'.:.
of Wsehiogtoo, are a'. the Wyoming.
A. B. Farrei'u of Low, and XI. P.
O'Connor, of Biajchamtoa, were amous j
the guests at the St. Charles yesterday.
P. E. Timlin, of Jermva, registered yes
terdav with Prothouotary Pryor. in tbe
ofllcVof District Attornry'Jobii P. Ktlly.
iiisa Katie Kardiaj, daubwr ot Ed
ward Murphy, of Providence, will be mar-
red to Harry Schoefleld, of Coxton, April
N. B. Jobn. of Daavi!I: Jobn E. Fr-e.of ,
WTornina. and Mr. asd Mr, tworae
Happonlugs or h Day 'flat Will Interest Hydo
CONCERT AT ST. DAVID'S HALL
it Wai Given by Lackawanna Oouncll
ot tlu- Hoy.il Arcanum Two Very
Enjoyable Evening Parties Do.illi
ot Hanry MeDarmOtt, a Well Known
Resident Black Flag Floated irom
The Waal Bldt offlea of th BoaatrroN
nuaomialoeaUdat W8 Booth Main art
ana wharo enbeoripkioat, adrartlaamanM
ami rotamunioatioui will raoalri prompt
Large orowdi of people oongregate i
Ut evenlug In Bl Oavtdl ball, ou
North Main avenne, to lieten to lb
coiiipliiu alary oouoerl lendeted by
Lackawanna eonncll, Uo" Boyal Ar
oanauv Tne walla were laatefnlly
decorated with ttansi buollugaud
the atage adoi ned with a rerltable
enbankuient of tt wira. Tbi enter
tainment wai of Bret claa nature
Cbatiman John Prond, "f the cninr
Uinmeut eotnmltten, auuounoed at t
ti: st number a qnartette contlilng ol
MreA.fi Connll,Mr Joaeph .U' Brian,
Rlobard Thomta, aud Edwin Bwen,
who rendered "Spring Bong" In
iplendld manner, fMa w.i followed
wan a rtoltution by Mitt .vb'ln Break
tone Mint Julia Q, Allen, delighted
ihote preeeut with a violin tolo,"Valte
Ueoouotri" ssiio wat eotbntlattloally
euoorvd Bolot were theu rendered bj
Mri A B Connell, Mi- O'Brien, Ed'
win Boweo and Rlohard rhomat An
addraii on tbe toclety wai given t'V
Profaaaor ii rj 11 (Well Uiti Julia
Allen rendered a rloliu tolo, and Mill
Breakttone a m reeitel A featurt
I ,va a dut "Exoeltlor" by Mttn
Tbomaaand Boweu. the aooompan'
iatt tor the periormanee were Jii"-'
Blaaktnan, of Wyoming emlnanr, and
Protaetor Daniel Protheroa Itie af
fair W is oa o( tltt Bnett ever glren -a
tbe city and the li 'yal Aroanum tre
the rec:ieutt of showers of C ''ii-atii-Utiout
ou tue fieee of the vf.iir.
Flnicitie. of Eastou. are at tbe v aiiey
Leopold Jordan, basmesa manager of the
"Prodiial Fither." was In tbe city yester
day mak::; arrangement! f-r tb appear
ance of bis company a: ;ae Frocbmbani
Two E' j yblt Fa'tls
A p4aut party was bet l on Wed
needay evening in honor of Mit Lucy
eon avenue , BnrscheL daughter of Mr. and Mn
Htnrv Buraohel. of 501 Soutu Mam
aveuue Those pr-'sent were: Mi.-ws
M irv Morgan, Jeaele Bagen, Margaret
Prttchel, Kite Vieth, Lillian Dink
; worth, 15 sale Proasrt, Carrie Proheit,
Auguata Buraohel, Llszie Pfeiffer.
Julia Dankwortn, Morvytn aiorgau,
Louiee II ilt of Nw York, and Meurt
John F. Scheuer, Johu ChrlatophaL
William Walters. Fred Hints, Frank
Dancwortb, G.-orv;- Bortc&tl, I'eter
Btnsiiel. Oi-.vr Joute, Alvm Fuller,
DaytJ Lewis, John Tbouiis and Kotu
Misi Mary Davie, ot North Everett
aveuue. ave ber tecotul social of tilt
leasju at her home iatt evening. The
spacious room were baantii'u'.lv deco
rated, an I a soft mallow light she 1 by
a large piano lamp added to the artis
tic effect Mirth and joy ri-aed -prtme
until a late hour. An excellent
noper was aerved. Many yueits from
on M.ir'ib It) and
S. i. Kerr will deliver a lectnre based
upon bit recen: trip to Ireianda; Ulypbant
m tbe n-ar fu:n
tbe North Ead wereDrete.it.
Hanrv JftDermott Dtad.
. i; ii Mr Isnrv M.'JeruDtt an i-'elani r--
Kerr ahterved many novel isrh:a and these
he baa enil-odied to bis aiiilress maiini II
Among the well known out-of-town busi
ness men here yesterday were: A. H.
Moore, of Nicholson; L. 3evaa. of Pitts
ton: J. W. Bowdisb, of Marathon. N. Y. .
James Cool, Wilkes-Barre; E. D. Run
ieU, ofTowaada; John Eve?, of Mt:ivi,ie;
P.. il. -:..:icr. of Hottttdale, and M. T
Sayder, of rfawley.
w. p Bell, of Waahiugton, D. C, was
in the city yesterday and was shown tbe
points of interest atv.ut town by Otorgt
Pernio. Mr. bell has r.en engaged in
newspaper work for the laat twnty
vears, and ia now r,ne W sshington corr
apon:ent of the Plttab irg Loader and tne
Philadelphia .'or".h American.
Dr. King, for the Iat six years, one of
Scranton's most pro-ninent povsiciar.s and
surgeons, will leave for Aar n. N, ..
thortlv. The doctor has been very sac-
cessf'il as a pracinon-'r. and has won by i
his profound medical knowledge, ken per- i
ception and acrnrtfe diagnosis of di'.-asea, .
a high standing among hit fellow prscti
tioners and the community.
Two out of town the-er parties saw the
Kendals in "The Ironmaster" at the Arad
emv isa; nigh1;. They were Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Weston, Mr. an 1 Mrs. A. T Hearle,
Mr. and Mrs 0. ri. Pardy and Miss Wy
at.t, of Honesdale, who stopped at the
Wyoming: .Miss Liorfl nger sn l tbe M."es
Btanton and .V P. Snyder, of Honmdala,
who regit tered at tae Westminster.
William Connell wiil p-esent the An
laradte Coal Operators association a val
uable snd aaiCjOe souvenir in the shape of
a desk article newn from a aolldlompof
coal. It is about 4 inches wide, S inchee
longand contains two ink wells, a they.
OBCter holder, pen case and sponge
bolder. Ahont. its has Is oar 7ed toe in
scription, "Anthra'ite Coal Operators' as
The free kindergarten on Washington
avenue, Miss Salisbury in cnarge, was yes
terday morning the r-ne of pretty Kaster
exercises. Marches ' were executed and
Miss Ma'isnnrr told t.he littleoael an in
teresting ilaster story. Ia er the chil
dren were a. lowed to search for colored
eggs that hvl he-'ii prepared for them in
another room r'.a'-h one carried home a
n'-sf little pap:r basket and an Hester
HowUv Bros. A war Id Ti Con'rsits
llowley Bros, were awarded the con
trails for lay. rig a pipe dram through prl
vale property and Utraldtna oonrt on the
West. Side by tbe select council lao night,
rbe prios is fA30. Tbe tame firm waa aleo
awarded the Contract for nlaternl sewr in
Bpellman conrr. Pine Brook, w. st of ths
fifteenth district at 11.31 per llneiil foot
Award t'.T Mr Walsh.
An award was tiled yesterday by Arbi
trators w K. Unvis, B w. Molnolland
and Fred W. KleiU In the raso of James
W. WalHh Hgninst the DwelHog Mouse In
anrnnce company Mr. Walsh was allowed
tl.l'JO, that being the amount claimed.
A Prediction as lo Maryland.
Bd fist oft ameffeaa,
Bepublicans In thissliito want harmony
and a great deal of it. It. mnst h geOUittt
and generul. united and unuiiimous. It
can carry tlio stute.
A new bicycle worth 7I will be told for
3f). The mucbinn is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may bo wjen ut the
Music Boxen Exclusively.
Best nisde. Play any desired numtior of
tunes. (Jnutnchi & Sons., nianiifncturerK,
1080 Chestnut street, Philiidelphia. Won
derful orrhestrial orgsus, only i' and 10.
Bpecialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tuuoe.
Ouit opening will occur on Thursday,
Friday aud Saturday. Our display of mil
linery is one of the b"st ever shown in the
city. J. Bolz,
ts 138 Wyoming avenue.
Violkts at Clark's.
tpeeted rsilentof this aid-. did at hit
i home, 1918 Price strtet. He was born
I in sligo county, Ireland, and came to
this country when young in years tl-
was formsrly a Dlacktmitn by trade
Mr. McDsrmott is inrvivel by wife
and four children. Jobn, Henry Bernard
and Enea McDetmott Tne funeral
oceurs tomorrow Interment In the
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Toplet Britgy aTtntionsd.
The otoiIs at the Capiina mine
tospendtd all operations at the works
yeater lav an 1 today.
For a few days lonifer w wiil con
tinue car saie of figured china silks at
cents. MlAM & Haoiff,
Mr. and Mrs. John Conrtrigbt, of
K-yser avnue. are visiting friends in
Larg stock, new styles, man's nck
ware at MCABS Hi BaOBN'8,
Miss Lillian Kenwood and Miss
Mrths Evans, of N'orth (larueld avs
nne, will v,s;tfriendl in Wllktl-Barrt
H-m stitched hnck towell, dnmask
border, 1" by Clinches for 88 cuts at
Mr. and Mrs. Tnorn is North, form
erly of this sid, have removed to
f'.essar.t Mount, Wayne county, wnnra
Mr. N'orth will oonduot a farming but !
A French model corset for SO cents
at Mf.afs Hi BaOBS'
Tbomaa B James, of Plttiburg has
retnrnad home after visiting friends on
Ladies' hose, ttamless lilar.k and
I'O'ibie he and sola for 18 cents at
Mkarb to. Baokh'b
William Devise, of Wilkes Bine, a
student of tne Philadelphia College ol
Pbarmtcy, has returned home after
calling on West Hide Iriends.
A frlori " Bilk Umbrella for ir cents
at MlARB it HAOCI'Bj
P. J, Leonard, of Sonth Main av
ntie. was In Olyphant y'sler lay.
An organisation termed the Histri
onic Comedy and Dramatic society has
been formed OA th! side. Its present
mombore are Fred Q Petert, Breeraon
fwen, fieorge T Qrif&tbl, Will Will
iams and Samuel Delhi,
Freeh eggf (warranted) Hints.
GBlt Edge butter 'JO Ota,
Onion lett II) eta
Joh, A. Ml, MIS
The Ilsintit.on mines have laieii work
lug little lately and when un Ofoe r
came to shut down for the remain let
of the week, soma wag. in miking nn
earnest endeavor to impress upon tho
minds of th" people that (here is a gen
ersl depression, caused a black ll.ig t a
be floated from the oulo dump per
taming to the breaker,
Kahtku ROfn OtTgX AWAT
)n Baturday onr itore will be beantl
fully decorated with (lower! anil
plants With "very doll, ii ' worlli of
goods sold We will give an Billot nwt .
S worth Of goods, two r ise. etc.
MKARtOl II MIKN.
Meellnir of Collire Men
A college lie n's meeting was bold Inst,
nighi in the Young lien's Christian ssso
elation reception parlnrs, and was preiided
over bv w. ii. saiimon, nreeldtnt ol the
Yale Unlvaruty Young Men's Ubrlstlnn
association, who Is the guest or Tlomai
Arcbhald, of tblaeity, The meeting was
addressed by L, 0, Kennedy, PriOOtton,
to; Fichoins stnhl, Princeton, Bpen
oer c, nickson, University of Princeton,
85MileaT, Band, William' rolleke, Wi
Tlioiniia P, Archbnld, Yale, IKI; (luoign
;iia8e, Lafayette, p. 0,
1 ' t
Besdleston ft Woert's and Ballantlne's
Ales are the best. B.J, VValhu, ageut, III
HOLY THURSDAY SERVICES.
Tho Procassion of Blessed Sacramsntsnd
Veipers ot 8t I'sters.
Holy Thursday tervicts were enn-
dnotea at Bt Peter's cathedral yester
day morning, At 10 1!U a Kiiliiiu high
mass was celebrated, the following oler
gyiiien taking purl - 1 v .1 A. O'Reilly,
celebrant; Rev, John Bnright, deuoon;
Uev. P, Ir. Qoinnan, inbeacon, and
"v. P, J Grolden, matter of ceremon
ies. After the mas the procewlon of
the blessed sacrament begun The host
watoatrlttl from tun tnbsrnacle In the
main it 1 1 ar to the Bletlt 1 Virglu'l altar.
The main nltar was stripped, typifying
tho burial ot Christ, and will remain
so until Easter Sunday
At 8.80 yesterday afternoon ths tent
brat or evening ile vespurt wets
chanted tv the clergymen of tbetpli
oopnl rotldciioe, saststeii bv the stu
dents of St Thomas' college. The
same txeroltet ill be repeated tbii and
tomorrow afternoons at ihu samt timn.
CONTEST NOT YET DECIDED.
Question Ol How Voles Should Bt
Counted Mu-.t Now Be Dctcrnv
Incd by tlit Court.
Th contest in the Third and Fourth
wards of Carbondala for the otflae of
ic iooI director anil remains un leolded
riio vo i". were counted in the main
court room yesterday before Jul.:'
Arohbalil and Jul, re Bid wards, but no
deeltlon was reaobed,
Mr. Collins ws represented in court
by Attorney Donovan and O'Brien,
and Attorney 1. H, Burnt i ptieiired for
Mr Ungliei Deputy Clerk of tba
i ourtt C till H 'iin an i u . i 1 onen
kept the tally, Bevonty ilxvoteswere
rejected as Illegal, wulch left Hughes
tttll three votes ahead However, tho
learned ju Iges could not agree as to
the iltspotitlou ot sixteen ballot! tbat
sull tiuirt ill the cast
The sixteen votes referred to were
marked in the in an liter usually sup
posed to Indicate Hut the voter In
tended to vote tne straight ticket, and
also eoutainel a mark opposite th
name of Collins. Six of then were
marked specialty for Hughes and tan
JuUe Arehbald believes these six
teen billots should be counted accord
ing to th special marking, argning
tbat the special marking dearly Indi
ctee that tbe voter Intended to osst
his ball il t r that particular candidate
Julge Edwards does not entirely agree
with that p nltion, When Ju Ige Gun
stor is ati'.e to appear iii court tba
iiitstti m of how the ballots should be
counted will be argot I before the
three julget and afterward ruled
If tiie votes ar oouuted acoording to
tbe special marking, Collins will hav
a tuaj ritv of one. If the party mark
i ii 15 i ti;en to designate tbe proper
leL'al ballot Hiwh-s will have three
votes more than Collini
The opinion of the court will b
awaited with interest, as the qoeition
of marking aud iti ell-ct his been a
disputed one ever liuce the Uaker net
wut into effect
GRAND JURY'S FIRST REPORT.
True and Ig-nord Bills Presented to the
Court Y 'Sterd v.
Foreraau P. J. MoCcffrey took the
m-m'.'ers of the grand jury into court
yetttrday morning and presented his
iirst return to the court. It contained
tiie following lilt of true and ignored
Henry Bmith and Josef Jurichski or
Jil'ige. murder; M. F. Spellinau, pros.
Ant Olo Ferro, felonious attempt to kill;
Timothy Bnrke, pros.
Antonio Ferro, felonious wounding
Tim 'thy Burke, pros.
Clementina Scott, alias Clementina
s?uipi, felonious wounding; Paolo Torchia,
Francis O, liarrick, aggravated assault
and battery; John ii Hughes, pros.
Micln-1 Bolotou, aggravated assault and
battery: Joseph Haddock, pros.
P. Q KrUegerman, aisault and battery;
H. Gay, pros.
C. 8. iJoud, assault and battery; Ziba
Henry Peel, assault and battery; Ellen
M. Newman and Berab Newman, assault
and battery, jnltaQ iballa, prox.
James Fallon, assault and battery; Mary
Msrtm McNslly, robbery Joseph Frnntz,
Praneis Morrow, burglary, Michael Itie).
John It James, statutory burglary; W.
T. Byrne, pros.
Onuses I dark moor and Daniel IHia" k
ROTES OF SOUTH SHE
BappsBioga of a Day Tbit Will IntONit
Many Tribune Readeri
SNEAK THIEF IN STREET CAR
Ho Stolu Package I aid Down by
John J. Collin;. Suivni's at St.
John's Church Yesterday Beauti
ful Floral Dim (ii .itions. I',.i son.ll
Mention anil Items ol New, Com
prustud Into a Uriel .Space.
statutory burglary; M. Crlppon,
Patrick Mnnley ami Thomas llihboiis,
statutory burglary. M CriOpen, pms.
K ibert Robinson, criminal assault
Martha BoOVtV, prox.
Ira Pol and 'I'll he Pox, criminal assault :
Bl lit llixhv, prox.
William watchos, attempt t orlmiual
assault; Julia BrMtS, prox.
Robert Robinson, sednction; James
James Pergoion, fornication an I bast
ardv; Ellen tfcDonougb, pron
M It Pox, fornication and bastardy,
Mary A Walker, prox.
.i ibn Larkln, fornication and bastardyi
Margaret Boorke, prox,
Prank II llarber, I irnicalion nnd basl
ardy. OorS BampsOU, pr".
Antonio I err i, carrying ronceale I
weapons; Tine. thy Bnrke, pl"S.
Jaffltt Tyrell, falie pretenses. W. T.
Tnomas I ampbell, cruslty t" nnimais
and negllgsnoe bv bailee) John Regan,
Patrick Renneghan, extortion; Con
itantlns Murnlotky, pros,
James clsrk, extortion) Cositantlnt
Mot nlOl ky, pros.
Hannah wood, larceny by bailee; it.
It K Lowry, larceny by bellCSI It. A,
imvii Devis, laroenyand receiving. Mi
ebael Bps llm in, pros.
Joseph Woo,' i, laroenyand receiving;
BIlSS Newton, pros,
Patrick Uunley and Thomas Olbbont,
larceny and receiving! M Orlpptn, pros,
William (Minpton, larceny end receiv
ing; w. t. Btmpton, pros.
Adam Mleael, receiving stolen goodl) 0.
D HaadersoB, pros
William Lewi", Joim MoDonBld,Tbomsi
McAndrew, Martin MoDonougb, recelv
Inr stolen goods; Wlliiaut tjnlnn, pros.
John Ljuoao, tipiiimg bonsai A. J.
Joseph Hndewlek, selllni honor on Baa-
day t Msrv Bardwarts, prox
Bllsabsth Corwlo, assault mid battery;
Bernard Davis, pros,, to pay mils
John M. Holland, sssanlt and battery;
I' red Cavil, pi"S, to pat costs,
Jafflet Kennedy and William MoNlobolS,
sssanlt and battery and cutting the wblS'
ksrs of Michael Qfanoy, pros.) county to
Ann Ruddy, tippling bontt) Thomas Ktl
ehnllen, pros., to iiv ootts,
Michael J. and Ann Kuddv, Itiiphng
honse) Thomas Kllchullen, pros,, to pay
James Conway, statutory burglary) w.
T. Btmpsoo, pros,
Thomas Bates, iBNOny and receiving;
Edward Metsgar, i res.
Fred BBlCBtses, Inrenuy nnd receiving:
James Liitigan, pros.
James Kennedy, larceny and receiving;
William filancy, pros.
Frank Morau and James Lnrtus, Inr
Couy (i lift receiving; John BSUSOU, pros.
Michael ReillV, larcuy and receiving;
m. Crippee, pro.
John .1. 'iillliis, of Put iton aysniiu,
slssiuan for Collins to. llscktt, rode
home on our 19 of tho South Bids line,
leaving town at 845 p in. Ilt hail
with blm a Valuable packogt Of Nliiall
list, and when getting off the oar at
III hum4, left it on the seat. A
man i row Qreinwood picked it up ami
ind it tinder bit overooat, Mr Collins
inltSSd the package iih SOOn as lie got
Inside his resldenoe; but the car was
gone too far to overtake it The con
iluctor notified the fellow hide the ar-
ticle under his OOAt na soon as Mi
Collins got off, inn did no t insptot Buy
thing wrong, supposing it uelonge I to
1 1 in iii an in whose pOHtMStloil It. was.
riie sutak thief aligUtsd from the car
at the loot ol the slorp grade til ( Ireiiu-
Half Thursday at St. J hu't.
The Blessed Virgin's altar in si.
John's oburoh Isa bower of fragrant
hot bouse plants H is ouitoinary on
Holt Thursday to tttns dsoorata Mary's
altar, and tmnsfsr the lliesa-d Baora
men! to it from the tabernaole in the
main altar, constituting a repository
tbrine, which is visited by all the
faithful, 'I'll exquisite manner in
winch Hi i dec irntious am arranged on
this ocoaaion spu.ik for ih refined
tllSte Of the sisters of St John con
vent Th ' oburoh was tills I vaaterday
sontinnouslv from 8 o'clock m ths
morning until lo o'clock last night
New i N das and Personal
Miss Morrow, principal of No. HO
school, wont yesterday evening to Ply
mouth to spend her Easter vacation
For a few days longer we will con
tinue our sale of figured china silks ut
39 cents, Mfaus to Bauer's
Daniel J, Vaughn, of Blngbamton,
Bremen on ihe afternoon express be
tween that place and Washington, N,
J., it spending a few days with hit pa
rents on Pltlston avenue.
Large stock, new styles, mtn'g nsck
wear at MEARS & II 10 1
Mrs. Connell, of llreck street, mother
of Seltot Councilman Connell. of the
Twentieth ward, left yesterday for a
fortnigut's visit to Sbsmokin.
Hem itltobed buck towell, damwk
border, 45 bv '-'I inchet for 'Jj cents at
Mears & Haueh I,
Anton Fish, the shoe dealer of Cedar
ayeiio, will leave next Monday on a
business trip to BostOU.
Miss Maria Murray, of Minooka, re
turned l ist nigui Irom Warsaw. N. Y. ,
where the had I. i. ou an extended
A French model conet for 50 cent
at MlABg & BaQEN'S.
'Flit choir of St John's church will
sing the Kyrie and Oloria of Mozart's
"Twelfth Mass," and Farmer's Credo,
Ssnetus, Benediotoa aud Agues Del,
The Begins Coeli will be sung at au
A Oloria silk umbrella for 95ctntl
at Mkarb & Haqbn'b
The cnoir of Sr. Joseph's church,
Minooka, will ling Mercadaiito't Kyrie,
and GHoria, and Lie rest of the mass in
I) Minor, on F inter Sunday.
Ladies' hose, stainless black and
doutile heel and sole, for 85 cuti at
M I u; & HaQEB'S.
James Higins, of Wilkes-liarre,
father of Thomas J. Iliggiiu. who dud
here lately from the result of an acci
dent at. the lower steel mill, was on the
S intb Side fester lay settling his son s
estate, who curled a poliey of 330
with the Y nng Men's institute,
i:astp.h ROSES. OH kN AWAY.
i in Baturd ty our store will be besntl
fully decorated with (lowers and
plants. With every dollar's worth of
goods sold wo will give an Faster nee.
iti worth ot B'odt, tWO roses, etc
Mears oc Haoen,
THE K NDflLS APPRECIATED.
Their Prntallon of th IrOBBBaBtSI
Well Liksd t tti Acadmy.
A cultured ami appreciative audi
BOOS gathered at the Acsdmy lull
evening to WSloomt the Kendals in
" The Ironmaster " While the play
was one constructed along the familiar
lines of what was onnn roiitml to be
called the drama, but which.
in our later dais of diversified
nomenoli turn, would be olstslfled
as a mixture of society ilrsma with th
eonvsntlonsl Bngllsh melo drama, it
tivi thelnHs nil. n iled the prloolpsl lie
lor an excellent chance to exhibit
their wonderful polish an I highly do
VSlopt I titliiih)ii-. Few liner perform
nnces have bitn given in this ritv
lint It was appreciated rathr in spits
of the plv itself, winch lacked buuisn
InttftSt, and Solely as a trilmla to tbe
masterly BOtlogoftbs two nrlnclpsli
Mr Kendal gavs mi admirably
rounded Jlmpenouatlon of a chlvslront
son of I n lust rv. strong in sffestloot
and tqntlly obttlnste In hatred; and
Mia Keudtl, st the tomtwhat Inexpll-
cable si.ollsd diiughler of patrician
parents, gave rem to numerous emo
tions with a fldellt) and STtitttO finish
rsrsly sqnaled Tne tubordlnsts parts
were acceptably, hot not notably, dls
rlbutsd, . v .
VICTOR lltHBmt, 'CEllOIST.
it viii dive a Ooaoiri at tb Aibnry
m v. Ohureb
Victor Hsrbert tbe world fsmoui
ttllo player will gives concert st tbe
Aibnry Meihoiim Bpltsopsl church on
Tnsidsy svsnlng, Apui 8, umier the
auspicet of the Ladies' Aid society of
Mr. Herbert it at preaont the con
ductor of the celebrated (Mlmore's
band, and is recognized as the fore
most cello player of this country He
Will be assisted by a number of xvell
known mutlolsns, Ticket are on sule
at Powell's nnd '. M, C. A.
A dramatic triumph was tne production
of "Tba Two Orphans" laat evening. The
play was In good lunula Indeed: ami
with ibis advantage and that of beautiful
scenic effects by Mr. Thorns, the play is
bound to drew grssl crowds tothu p"pu
Isr show-bouse, Tim work of lilts Fuller
and Mill iKeinp wns excellent, while i hat
of Una Homer, in three cbsrsctsrs, was
certainly a great achievement Biles Mae.
gin Wllfetl nnd Miss Urate Oontoit were
great In their respective roles ami won
Wuntsd XOUnS Men nod Welusn Out
We liave hud a good year. To meet, the
demsnds ol the souool extra tsaobsrs wein
employed they me wil.li lie now. liver
DUO young men nnd Women mil out of em
ployniont In Bcrantou, This h,iin nnd
summer we propose to take these young
people in our IC-hool on o ihy teiim.
The demand for peoplt is not great m
any line, but oonnt up th pie who do
clerical work In ah the offices, store,
binike and manufactories, nod IIS what an
array of book kpor, stenographers nnd
clerks are employed Those persons ere
the butlness men ol tomorrow,
Hundreds ol your fiieuds bava been at
tho college aud huuclrvds bayo luccssdo l
The liiiihliil ones Villi; the InatteuttVO lad.
Take these next feu inouthi and learn
book-Keeping or itenogrsphyi brush up in
gi milium, hoeiling, tritumetlCJ Ueejf your
eyo ou penmanship, gstugood knowledge i
of noli s, dull ii, ouiickt) iinow soini-lhing
of commaroial law, aud wind up wiia the
butfuei s pracl ice,
You have the time conn. In and sue at,
Wood's Com.kos r iii hinemh ami Bhuiit
n ind, I E, mi, Pruprletor,
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
O ioI Ki iday Btl vll II ul
F.rst Char oh,
No vices appropriate t
will be conducted tbissvening at the First
Preabyterlau church by the pastor, linv.
James McLsod, A cordial invitation It
extended to strangers, and it. is hoped tba I
every membor of the church and congre'
gallon will lie present
Ai.lieiiHHr Uiihch licer.
I null Lobmau'a BUOBprnoe t.
Martin & Delany
Clothiers and Cusiom Tailors.
Yl'. 1 X ITEyour attention to our new
new spring stf ;cl :, whi h is complete,
and beg to add a word with reference to the
advantages offered by us.
'J he particular care exercised in the se
lection and manufacture ol all garments, the
perfection ol pattern and novelty of design,
all guarantee the best value at
No Higher Prices
than are frequently asked for goods of infe
A careful inspection will convince you
Collins & Haclett
Fine Clothiers, Hatters and furnishers,
Largest and Best Line in
220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Forthe Spring and
Summer of '94.
Stock Large and Attractive.
Prices the Lowes! on Record.
VISIT US. BUY OR NOT.
CHINA: HALL 6. W.Owens
WE1CHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
The GEN I INK . Haven
Cloak Makers and Furriers.
.ri08 Spruce St. Court House Square
Fifth A. venue
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ill I H I: 1211 i
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By Dr. Bhimberg,
Tim BWflMlll on tltt Byt HtftdMllM
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liV0Ht Irlt'4i. At tilirinl ihh i t.-,l
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HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
Ladles' Kid Button, pointed stvl
Philadalnhia t,vs. natent leathfr
tips, snsoial price, ti 69; worth, s 50, j paid 1300 down
j sr YEAR he hail saved $300.
Wo bnughl ; honse worth 11850
1. allies' Dongola Kid Button, hand
sawed, special price, J3; worth f4 .0.
worth f- 00
iii Bnttor., j'lsin toes,
snecia: prire, n.50;
205 Lackawanna Ave.
Union for Ever
R i:i: NOW orfKHING THE
PIKN8T 1. im: or hum i t s m
TKICVCtiKH I OH Ml N vvi IKh
l HR CITY. Wti A I : I : BOLK
Ol M s I 'Oli 1 II I 1 1 DKItS,
Boys' Scinvil Sboos, Dongola ton,
s17.es i to BJ, speOial nrioe. Si. 50;
Men s "air Patent l.llier Lace,
pointed toes, sjieoiil price, $3 00;
worth f (V
Men Calf Blnchar, hand sawed
welt. Picoadlllj lust. Bpsclal price,
?j 8u; worth P SO
Little Bovs' Shoe, button and
lace, sprinfj heel, mail "jnsl like
nspa'a'Bises S to I0i special prioe,
50; worth j
Youths' Calf, hutton sod lace,
sprltift heels, Uooilvear welts sisei
11 lo 91, special irli'e, $i; worth, S
gage for 11,550. 1 od
mates n. follows:
Ker.t s.i ve.l
lnterei on mortirnciv
Tuxes sad rspstrs .
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In rot K e.ir that
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home Finn A Bon Ilea,, teeenlh tin
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1 all st lhli nfflcf between WasBitasjleel
Hiiil Idams OliV ulrert.
EZRA FINN & SONS.
Florey k Holt
Y. M. C. A. Block.
Arcade Shot Store.
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31G Lackawanna Ave.
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