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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 30. 1894.
303 SPRUCE STREET.
Trimmed to suit the most fastidious.
WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES
The most delicate fabiio prop
erly cleaned at
308 Penn Avs.
A. B WARMAM.
120 Wyoming Avenue
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN SO 2.
We will offer Mouettc
at 75C- for another
Think of it A Carpet worth
$i. s for 75c.
The choice patterns are
bein closed out very
rapidly. Come early.
'2 7 Wyoming Ave
TELEPHONE NO. 55.
Th Union TransNr Company, Limit d
I!us line. Itafrgageand freitfM railed far
itnl delivered promptly. 1U7 i'raukliu
Argumont court begins this morning.
Hess, of lest year'. Scr.mton club, will
play with Wilkes-Itarre at t'ua park thi
Judge Arcnbald will fchU morning im
DOM si -nteni ou norswUi convicted before
Lim last week.
There will be h meeting of the board of
director of the Florence mission Tuesday,
May I. at 1(1 a. tn.
Next Sunday the annnr.l eoIleetiOS for
the support of aominanaua will be tulten
up ut St. I'etor's cathedral.
Saturday tiio will of Bartholomew Lally,
lat" of (Jlypliant, was admitted to prnbuto
and letters testamentary granted to John
W, T. Smith lias moTed from kit old
reMdftce at Ml Madison avenue t" Lis
newhumeat Jet'fenou avenue aud Ohve
The funeral of Mm. Ilrnlget Oaughan,
of Johnson's patch, will take place this
morning at 0 u clock, lutorment a Hyde
The pool mutch played at the I'onway
House by John J. Uibbs and John ii.
,'nne'ey for f'5 n aide, w won by tho lat
ter. Score: Alnsloy, ISO) Oibbs, 134.
It has been decided by dhie' F.r,giner
Ferher and Mavor Cornell to erect a tire
alarm box on the annex part of Iiollovue
heights. Two lire hydrants hare already
Ershanges at tho Scrnnton Clearing
House asaosiation last week were ns fol
lows: April 88, 8188 SO8.IO1 April to, 13V
743.77; April 'S,, 1141,288 75; April 88, 81U
400.33; April 87.101,419.701 April SIS,
4b7.tr. Total, 1700,848
Susan Maxey, Saturday, by her next
friend, James B Doyle, hroustht suit
against Uichurd Maxey, h-r busbiind, for
absolute divorce. The petition alleges that
on nccount of indlimities suffered at his
bands her life became burdensome.
The Pickaninny bnnd. which is one of
the features of "Jn Old Kentucky," which
will be ai tlie Frothinghaiu theater tomor
row and Wednesday evenliiROind Wednes
day matinee, will give a street parade to
morrow afternooo. The band is compmed
of fourteen colored buye, aud their playing
is said to be rjiiito remarkable.
Tho second issue of tho Lackawanna
county legal directory, prepared by Jus
tice of the Peace M. W. Cummintjs, of
Olyphant, will bo out May 1, It will con
taiu tho address of every attorney, magis
trate and oonstablo in the couuty. tho
court calendar corrected to May I, 1890,
county, ciiy and borough ollicoe.
At the meeting of the cimmitteo of the
Charity Minstrel company yesterday after
noon it was decided not to give the min
strel performance on Tuesday evenimj, as
throe members of the orchestra could not
be present. The performance will bo given
some time in May, ns will be annouueed at
the meeting of the board of charity Tues
day evening. All bills contracted will be
paid by the conipnny.
HOW TO MfiKE GOOD BREAD.
free Exhibition at tin Store of Judge &
MiB Young, of Iloaton, who DM been so
anccessfully allowing the merits of the
celebrated Gold Medal and Superlative
flour of tho Wnshbnrn-Crosby Co at tho
Scrnnton Cash Store, will demonstrate to
all wishing to become experts, how utterly
useless it is to wnste materials and ruiu
the temper us well as the digestion, by
making and using poor bread.
Go to the atore of Judge & Co., and see
bow simple a matter it is to grace tho
table with beautiful bread und cake. "
Williams k Mm
Rev. Dr. Procbet, of Rome, Preaches to
Large and Interested Audiences.
ONE OBJECT OF HIS VISIT HERE
Ho Seeks Aid for tho Promulgation of
the Walclensos C.iuse in Italy His
Statement of the Progress of That
Religious Movement The Amount
of Money Received to Aid the Wor!:
is Not Sufficient.
Large and interested nudienoes heard
Rev. Comm. M. Proehet, D. D., of
Rome, preach yesterday morning nnd
evening at the First Presbyterian
church. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon
he addressed his countrymen in the
DStiVS tongue in the lecture room of
the church. In the evening Mm BSS
Ond Presbyterian church eougregnilou
was present uud united with the First
Hev. Dr Proehet is a man of lnag
neti oseuce, well endowed with the
gift of oratory and ia generally knowu
aa a representative of the Waldeusea
cuue in Italy. It would uot be in
ferred from bit almost faultless F.ng
lub that his only education in an Kng-lish-iipeaking
count rr was derived from
a year's study at He! fust, Ireland The
king of Italy has titled bin IC'iight
C'uuiuinnder of tho Order of the Crown,
decree above knighthood, which iu
England would entitle him to the ap
pellation of "Sir."
Of the conditions: attending the Wal
denses in their relations with Italy, as
mentioned by Dr. Prociiet, the lollow
it facts appear:
The religious conditions of Italians
are mistakenly considered 00 the ssm
basis us with the French, Austrians,
Spaniards or Portuguese, when the dif
ferences are many, One only ueed be
mentioned to prov.i that the religious
condition of the Itslian in lie nutiva
laud is unique, Kvery Italian has to
t house between his eouutry and tin re
ligiou, bewtw the Pope is as nitieh op
pos 1 to Italian unity now as 1870l The
Italian cannot serve bitn as he under
staude them. To help them the (rspel
must ha brought to luako them realize
it is possible to be u Christian and a
patriot at the same time.
NATIVE KV ANURLiCAL 08VB0E
Tha ObOfOh of the Walde.'ises U the
native evangelical cbnrcb of Italy, aud
existed eeuluries before the Usfortaa
tion. Its fruits are aeon iu tho results
of tho emancipation of 1H since which
time they havo attainei full Italieu.cit
izniship, and former prejudices are
disatipesriug Iu Florence is a mjdern
universiiy w.th appointments iu pro
fesscrshin and equipments which com
pare it favorably with the leading Mil
vemtiei of Europe or America
The Wsldetises are the strongest
body of Italian evangelicals 01 U 0 ' '
1 itllrtu speaking Protestants, 18,000 are
of the ft al let.sian church, and of the
latter 5,000 hive been gained outside
their Dfttifl territory.
The Waldensian church applies to
other chnrchea becausi she has not the
means to carry on the work herself.
The church does not ask money for
Wl rk in the vallys; it It all for evai
geluattone. As many as J)H) people
live on nn area jual to some uf the
ranches in the wait.
THE COVTEI8DTIOM REtTIVCP.
Too slatisti-ai tstl 'iovs contribu
tion!', to tho U aldtatw' eaOM in 1893
air1 1 908 as follows: Arnorics, (I. Si,
liil.KI, Austria, $1110, Denmark,
125 23; Franc, 104 0e! (t"iRiuv,
3,405.TSi Holland, 2 848.18; England,
110.012.08; Irelaud. 8018 50; Italy, ft,
878.88; Scotland. 18,087 17; Sweden.
$7'j" ill . BlritieriMM, 18 888 84 Ttirae
sums left a 1 1.CMJO deficit waic'.i muht
cripple the extension of missions. The
WaldentUn synod ImnttdUl iv rtlaad
a subscription of 1,000 wbiob OOTTM'
ponds to the $1,000,000 raised bv the
(ietieral Assembly of the Presbyterian
church during its sittings.
I aankl are returned to the American
citizens, who, through Dr. liay, snowed
their sympathy, i he case is once mure
placed before theui with the hope that
their henrts may be inclined t y him to
whom gold aud silver belong
ELEMENTS OF SUCCESS.
Pastor Partr:d' Ev.nlr.c Strmcn Prt
reded bv a Conotrt.
Preaediug the sermon at the i'eun
Avenivi lUpt iat cht.rch last evening
tho fhoriie of seventy live voici re
cently organizid gave a pleaiing con
cert under the direction of J. T. Wat-
kins. The 1 01 us whs assts'.fd by the
onartott of tUe cliurch. the singing
of all was unusually line and was much
appreciated by the large audieuoe
The discourse of the paster, Rev.
Warren O. Partridge, adlrossed to
yontic people, was based on the text,
'Whuever ye do, do it heartily, aa to
the Lord, and not nnto men." The
theme waa "The Elements of Troe
The first thing necestsry, the speaker
said, is a strong body, as great endur
ance is essentia!, geuini being only en
traordinary eapscity for labor.
A arcuiid condition of success it the
highest development of the mental
fueultlo; and a third, the fullest de
velopment of the mornl and spiritual
qualities. The discourse throughout
bore evidence of thoughtful prepara
tion and waa listened to with marked
There was no service at tho Second
Presbylerlnii rhnrrh hist eveulnK.the con
Mtion uniting with that Of the First Pres
byterian to hear tin IteV. Dr. Proehet, of
Hev. It, I). Poller last evening occupied
the pulpit or the F.'rn Park church.
"Lessons from UN I heckereJ Hcenns of
Life" wns 1 lie subject of an interesting
sermon delivered Isst erenine; nl the Jark
son Btreet Bnntlat church liy the pastor,
Itev T. 3, Collius.
At the Providence Presbyterian church
ytst i 'lny nn rning K-v. ueorgo E. (iuild
spoko on ".'iomo Simplo TrnthB About,
The llrst anniversary seTTdc of the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Trinity Evan
gelical church, Little Rogland, was held
yesterdny morning. The pastor, K-v. J.
O. Whitman, preached a speeial seruiou to
women, subject, "The Eminent Woiin n:"
aftor which a report of the year's work of
tho Ladies' Aid was given. Short talks
and select singing followed.
Persona Who Will Be Discharged from
Lawrence Butllvan, of Archbabl, who
was struck by B Delaware nnd Hudson
p issenger train while walking on the
tracks a week ugo will be discharged in
a few days.
Richard Lee. of Connell's Patch, who
fell from the swinging bridge at
Duryea, sustained no serious injuries
and will leave the hospital, probably,
Frank Seeley, who win brought from
the county jail, where lit is serving a
sentenca for forgery, has been treated
Ill THE I
for blood poisoning. The authorities
will rotake liim to jail today.
MADAM BLAUVELT TO SING
Will Assist at Organ Recital in Kim
Tiio doors will open at 7. SO Tuesday
evening for tho organ reaital at Kim
Park cliurch at which the famous ho
pnino, Madam Lillian DlauvoR, will
ling; Alfred Wooler, tenor, and Rich
ard Thoiuiie, bass, will also bo heard.
The patron's lis) at Powell' music
store closes positively this oveuiug,
alter Whlob it will Lo Impossible to get
a reserved seat A silver offering at
the door is expected. It ia expected
that every musician and people of
meuns will encourage art by bosoming
patrons, The programmo arr .ngd in
(n) Lnrghetto Ueethoven
(I; Fantasia Upon Church Chimed. .Harris
"The Raft," Descriptive Song. . ..Pinsutti
"Annie Laurie" (requested)
Arritnged by Dudley Buck
"Valse de Mircillf Gounod
Funeral March and Chant of Bertpbt,
(a) Ecctaty Mrs. Leech
(b) iiolerd Desaauer
"Fear Ye Not, 0 Israel" (fequostedi ,15uck
Shepherd's Lay and Pilgrim's Chorus
from Taunlinuber Wagner
"ANiKht iu Venice" Lucauloui
Mudftln Hluiiuell. and Mr. Wooler.
summemohe at" dalton.
That Delipihtful Resort Will Be
Opened Agnin About June I Good
Work Done Lat Year.
St. Luke's Episcopal church is one of
the unostentatious but potent forces of
good existing in the eity of BofMtOBi
Its arms reach out iu various direc
tions, extending comfort, consolation
and Mill to many of the stricken poor.
Hut among its multifarious charities,
perhaps none have beu more uoticj
aide than the opening last year of a
summer home for old folks, principally
aged ladio. A coiutortable farm house,
louatel in a beautiful ipol ou the bills
near Dalton, Waa scured. an 1 there
during the heated season, m re than
half a hundred sged inhabitants of tais
city, invalids principally, whos-i condi
tion would not permit them naatded
to enjoy such a luxury, were given a
period of healthful reet aud recreation
In the country.
lint while the home was under the
management of St. Luke's church, yet
the beoefltiariN WON of all denomina
tions, und all olaeeea of Christian peo
ple contributed more or lees toward
sustaining me same. ni. i.i.an ar
rived no particular advantage from
the project, except in the way of re
ward tuat e iues 1:1 rememliran of
good w ,rks aometblng for which all
true ehurches labor. lhera m n me of
the ael:iihuess of creed about planning
to sen i poor old fulke to the country
for a time, au 1 SO Bl Lukes church
will this year indeaVOt to repeat last
year s experience on perbsjn a larger
scale. The sumo bull Hug may h
reuted, placed In charge of a matron,
and made comfortable for Lis recejn
tion of aa many as can be sent from
the t,ty Tim fc'i!iiis certainly m.'st
nieritortona ami should meet with the
approbation of all who feel it a privl
lsge to a id a little to the Comfort and
c n -r . f the 1 hripleee
1 he comnutteo chairman having the
project inchara" is William A obrv,
who fenls it - i - - J thst sureeas will
crown their eff rts this yesr. The
botti will probably e opens 1 about
June 1. and be kept open for three
months at least It will afford a rare
opportunity for many of the eiok and
unfortunate old who reside In Bcran
ton to get a c impse of nature that
will almost make them feel ronog and
itTOUg again The cause is worthy
and should meet with hearty support
from tl.e public in general
1 i.e Mm i guild of Bi Luke's churcu
will aleo run 1 1. "ir free excursion for
women and children again this year
Last year's excursion waa a grand suc
cess, over 1 800 persons participating
in the eujoyiiiKiit of the same
DECKiR MAO E A CONHSSION.
AJmi Lit That Be H.bbtJ the Store of
8. 8 Lea,
Early on the morning of April 28,
the grooary store of S. S Lee, ou Al
bright atranne, was broken Into and
upward of (' 'i worth of goo,!s etolen.
The ibow cases were rifled of their
contents, including seiaeore, pockt
knives, rar.ors, chewing gnm, cignis,
tobaeco, eigarettee and cai. lv. 8na
ploiou rusted uu Authouy aud William
Durkiu. A svsrcu warrant waa uh
tained and a thorough scarab of the
premleea nude, with the revolt that
moat of tbe stolen goods were foend iu
a bed covered ut with the covering,
One of the I oyt ehammsd sickness an d
slept on the good wneu the ofticera
were searching but the eagle eye of
one of tbe offlosre observed tho tuse
aud unearthed the goods
The boys were arraigned before Ald
erman Bailey Au accomplice named
Decker waa' also before the alderman,
charged with tbe same crime. Desksr
broke down aud admitted the theft and
offered to pilot tho officers to where
the rest of the stolen goods were secret
ed. He took the policemen to the cel
lar of tbe bouse iu which ha lived and
dug np a box that was buried In the
earthen floor. In it were razors, scis
ors, razor straps, pocket knives, etc
He stated that in order to save bit
pals, who were innocent, he made the
oonfeseion above mentioned. Decker,
who waa recently discharged from
prison for stealing goods from the atore
of tboOraen Hldga Glass company,
bears an unsavory reputation. Ho was
hold for trial. His comrades were dis
charged. ONE HOUStHOLO'S SORROW
Death of Nellie Oraoe, Daughter or Mr,
and Mrs W. H. Tavlir
Early ou Saturday morning Nellie
Grace, the little daughter of .Mr. and
Mrs. William Taylor, of Mulberry
atreot, passed away.
The audden death of this bright and
interesting child was a severe abock
not only to her parents, but aleo to
many others who were ohnrmed by the
lovable traits of hor ch.irAoter. Pre
cocious beyond her years, she was n
continual delight to .those with whom
she came in contact. Mr. and Mrs.
Taylor have the sincere and heartfelt
sympathy of their many friends in this,
their sad bereavement.
Muslo Boxes Exclusively.
Best mads. Play any ueeired number of
tunes. Oautschi , Sous., mauufaoturere,
1C80 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Won
derful orrhestrial organs, only fl aud 1U.
bpecialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with new tunes.
TltE Scranton Beddiug Co. are uphol
stering furniture. Best workmen. Rea
That Is prices at Uuerusey Brothers,
Pnysical lastruclor R. L. Weston Gives His
Views on the Subject,
SYSTEM EMPLOYED IN Y. M. C. li
It Is Framed to Suit tho Require
ments of Each Person with a View
to Giving the Body What Should Bo
Its Natural Development It Is Im
perative That All Brain Workers
The ancient Greeks gave the aubjtct
of physical culture very careful atten
tion und were very strict in exacting
from thoir youth u gyuinaatie training.
Even the girla wer? expected to be good
gymnasts uud young ladies were not
allowed to marry unless they had Un
dergone a certain physical tr.iininu.
Ah a result the ho lies of both male and
female wero well developed. Their
minds were develops, but not ut the
expento of their bodies, us is very often
the case now, Greek authorities be
lievod that the mind could not possibly
be healthy unless the body was bIso
healthy; und it would be well for us if
we would imitate them. It was oni
pulcory for p irents to give their chil
dren a course of physical training.
General physical exrcise ilthe kind
required for nil boys and girls, and It ia
uecessary that a systematic coursa
should be pursued, and this can only
be had ut some institution where they
ninlte the work of physicial culture one
of the specialties; any substitute for it
has never giveu aatiefactory resultsan I
never will uulese taught by a apecinlis!
In this Hue.
The work carriel on in the Young
Men's Obriatian ssiociation has met
with the appr oval of the medical mi title
of the country, and more good work
has been dune iu that institution in the
last ten years to provide proper exer
cise for young men at a fair price free
from all demoralizing influences than
was ever dene in all the previous his
tory by athletic clubs
OYMNASIt MS Of TIIF. PAST,
About fifteen y-iare a I It w is neces
sary to pay as m.icli ns $23 or fllO yearly
to atteud a poorly equipped gymnasium
in which the beds lo tumble on wer
stuffed with exceliior or straw, every -thing
was of the heavy or fancy style
of apparatus; tbe lightest weignti were
about ten pounds and toe heaviest
seveuty-flvd pound, clubs, accordingly.
Tho horizontal bar. trapeze and lifting
nischiu-s were am ng the features
The urraugemeuts for bathing were
Very poor, iheworx, in ra'i, was an
laid out for the strong in in, the aoto
bit, the boxer, the jumper or tbe hor
izoutal bar performer, ev rythitig ran
to specialties. Tna undeveloped man
or boy 'lid not have any chance what
ever. Everybody seemed twnt to
out do eVeryl'Oly else Nobody ssstlie 1
lo use the gyiuu .isium as a means t i
the and in giving every man and boy a
building np of the weak parts first
that is. giving tbem the advantages of
a regular OOUrec for some special por
tio ; of the body.
I believe in uiing light weights en
tirely in the beginning 'lhey should
be directed toward promoting tie
healthy activity of lh circulatory or
gan and to corr-ct any deformities
The body should be weened aa often
ss the face. 1 do not mv a tub hat
of ten minutes' duration, but j.nt
cleansing oue everyday. I tske two
body tut he on au aversgo dsily the
year round, and 1 never have a coi l of
any kin I. A shower or a needir hath
will cleanse the system of all imptiri
tlee In r.atur. s WU ard will produce a
skin thai will feel like velvet.
t m.::at: n is ix ;
Exrrls- should be very moderate at
tint and shot)! 1 ! I irected to bflll In Ig
up the weak psrts first; then exercise
saould be taken to Bring all the niuscwe
int.) plsy This will stimulate the ac
tion uf tbe hejrt an 1 lu.ige and wi.l In
crease tbe citcnlsti. n ami respiration.
I ... li ve the sM 111 of sXerc s--e . .:.
dueud In tho Young Men's Christian
M station 10 be the best of any in the
eoantry. It Is oemg used in the pub
is.' ('; o!s . f Is-gs i lt.es and on b urd
the Unite 1 States training ship at BoV
ton. Where the Swedish system was
need and abolished, the syst 'ui of the
V' uug Men's Christian association has
taken He place
Some few ideas might be given In
referenoe to the work carried on in the
. cranton Young Men's Christian asso
ciation. Tha gymnasium work has never been
so popular as It is at present, for those
who come for body-bulldlng exercieee,
and the work is so conducted that there
is no interference nn the part of those
who exerolee . rertaiu hours aud days
are set apart for the boys aud they are
not allowed In the gymnasium any
Tbe gymnasium hss been of great
benefit to b uiness men Vry i fte i
we read of some splendid professional
or business man dropping out of life
through prostration ; lodead, the nun
her who succumbed to tins growing
malady has increased alarmingly of
late, and the death rate of those who
Commit suicide is also on the lucreaae
F.miuent medical men egree that this
Is chiefly owing to overworking the
brsin and the neglect of physical rxrr
else, hence sleplesnees through the
Inability to atop thinking at night
Finally the Imagination breaks away
from the will.
OTBBWOSXIXa THE MIND
Mind activity, If pushed to far, im
pairs the general health aud endangers
the bruin, which, when overworked, is
unable to recuperate by nutrition;
then, if the nervous forces continue to
he pushed, the body breaks down and
the symptom of nervous prostration
appear an 1 Stan ao affected die of ex
haustion or Brlght's disease. Toey
would live to old age if physical
Mreuglh were not squandered and
Vital forces waited.
The best preventive agiir.st the
growing m ilady of nervous prostration
Is judicious, habitual exercise. Con
stant and regular physical indulgence
is uecessary for all brain workers sum
mer atid winter for the middle aed
U well ae the young.
Gladstoue,the famous English states
man, in whom the hopes of a nation
depended, is alive to tee value of phy
steal exercise. By esruestuess in his
physical cx rciso he has built up a
healthy body ami keeps it in condition
to rosist disease.
Exercise aids digestion, iraprovee
physiqu", clears the mind and gives
graoe and assurance. Tbe fundamental
functious of tbe body are the futietions
of the heart ami lungs; and, as the wel
faro of the body depend largely upon
these functions, it ia well to use means
to develop them, which can bo done
only by cnreful exercise, carrying
purer blood tn the mmclee and fortify
ing tha nervous system.
One hour of "ariat daily exerolse is
necessary for brain workara, for a lack
of muscular eotivity entails a reduced
activity of the heart which often p'ovee
We do not believe in the cart-horse
muscles which cjves a nerson a stiff
id ungainly walk, but we do believe
1 the muscular svatm bnini. in a state
of tension so that a person will always
eo active una in such a Btate or gooti
uvii:: that, whatevar conies, be il
easily able to turn the tide.
THE SYSTEM HMPf.OYRD.
Upon entering the gymnasium of the
Young Men's Christian i ssoclation for
i systematic oooree of traiuing, a chart
is . mod showin;; the meaanretnanti of
the 0MJ lidataa including girth, chest
arms, legs, etc. The chirt shows, also,
wli.it the'iH msasuremeuta aliould b
Certain es-rcises are given to develop
the weakest uud smallest muscles lirst
and uniform the system. After the
candidate has undergone t .a prescribed
course ol training font giveu lougth ol
time, rues :tiieiu)nts are again taken.
The results BBSS) almost incredible ex
cept to those who know what a sys-
i?matic and ectentinc sourse of physi
cal trebling will do.
in conclusion I on only add what
the Boientiiic minds of the world pro
claim: luat many lives oan be saved
and man's condition improved und
strengthened mentally aud physleally
by too case tne lau-r requires.
H. L. WBSTO.N.
Tho success achieved by the new
play, "In Old Kentucky," proves that
there ; just as good msterial at haud
In our own cnu.itty for the dramatist as
thsro is abroad, and It also proves that
Amerloau play goers will support lib
erally any domestic play thai possesses
originality unuugo to luerit their
support Any American play which
anus to portray the odd characters,
customs aud Incidents peculiar to dif
ferent parts of the country is worthy
of t'ousl'leratioa an 1 support, and it is
gratifying to note that "In Old Ken
tucky" ha met with snob substantial
succes. "In Old Kentucky" will be
at the new Froiinngham theater Tues
day and Wednesday evening and
Wednesday m.ttiuee. Tue sale of seals
Is now open at Powell's.
lit: WOLF HOPPSB IN PAN UNPHTM
Da Y II Hopper will be at the Acad
emy of Music Tuesday evening, May 8,
la the gorgeoui oomlsoosss spectacle,
"Panjandrum " Aaiistiog hltn in Its
production will I Delia Pol, Grace
tioldeo, Marion Bloger, Samusl Iteed.
Bdmnnd Stanley and Alfred Klein,
than whom there are no more ciever
comic opera people iu the country.
OBTBTAIi company's SSHEFiT
Lincoln J Carter's scenie inelo
draiua, 'The Fsst Mall." will be given
at the Academy of Mus e next Salur
lav evening ae a ben .fit for the Crys
tal Hose company. It is oOe of the best
nielo-draiiue now on Lbc stage The
fact that It H to be prod OOe l ae a bene
fit for the Crystal company Insures for
u a crow luii boneo,
WOstOI RXJU(D'l ATTRACTIONS
Manager Davis will stage "The
Don lobelia" superb dram ,. for the
hrst time at Wonderland tonight. It
will be repeated oa Tueeday aud We i
lies lay aveniogl each performance
reticle hug with the laugDabl farce
"An Up-Town Flat" which will be
given by Wlllett ami Thorns. Thnrs
dv. Friday and Saturday revenings
"The Galley S.avo" will be proluce l.
It le a dr.iiue with which tha average
theatergoer la familiar an l wilt be
given in a manner beflit.ng its great
merit. With such attractions crowd. 4
BOSSSS should be the rule again this
wek at Wonderland
STISM HlfcTHG PLANT.
Wfll Be LaSSteS al S4aai Avenu aid
The E-.inomy S:estu lieatinir, Light
ami l'i.wer company baa Dare based
l t ' land i I on . lams at
one, bstwsss Mrt:e street sad tie
Erie and Wyossiog Vsiieer riiroai.
n;ior. which the erection of a steam
: eatiai p ant will Imatedlateli be be
Ihe elation at this pel it will 1 used
tn supply lh" c ntrsl part of the ritr
After it ie completed the comnenv sViii
look to tbe bnildiBg of s plant for the
.M'sr r: ie. anointr nr the nth Si.le
and a fcurtb for i'rovidenoe
The heat to le furnished by this ev
tem will lieadait.nl to all dsSSSStle
purposes except that of cooking.
sldlrmas u f i o n 5 Resigns
Hi Suectaeor Wi Prcbsb'.y' b John
i Jiirami'iii. i r tl:t Vosjte
Lldennan C at DeLoog bae resigned
blaoOoa a naglitrate of the Kightb
id on account of his lonf continued
after Mi DeLosi reeigMtioa was
li'e.l vlth the state department at lisr
riehur an application waa mile for
the appointment of John Fitsaimmons
to the oositioo.
lr ntsaimmoni is prnprietor of the
Sunday News and a br. 'I.er of C'oionel
F. J. FltBllrSmona He has the en
ilxrsemetit of all tue Druio ratio cbiefl
and will BO doubt he anpoiutetL
e ... - .
uf N.iw Ym k city . will lie in 1ns .Hersutou
i ftlce, 411 Wyoming avi-nue, rwrr BlOB
dsy fr. in in Ihe 111,11111 - until 'J in 1 lie
C.t your carpels cleaned by the Scran
ton Uiddiug Co. ee
Tssdleston 'V'ora,s and Ballnntlne's
Ales are the Iwwt. 1'.. J. Wau-u, agent, M
L Jewelrv to so-
INGS in utw styles.
UN in and sl'C onr now store.
OU arc welcome,
'TEBLING Silver Novelties in
417 Lackawanna Ave.
Best Sew of Teeth,$3.00
Inclndlng the painless extracting
ef teeth by au entirely new pro
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
ioa WYOBtlMQ AVii
Tho New York, Ontario & Western R. R.
Co., will stop the followiug trains at tho
crossing opposite the new Bae Ball
grounds: Train 208, south, leaviug Car-
boudale 3.3d p. ni.; train 207, north, re
turning leaving Scrauton 4.50 p. m.; train
-09, north, returning leaving Scranton ti.10
p. ui., days games are played.
District Passenger Agent.
rjO-N'T let that oomfortable neisih- 2
bor sympathiae with you. Thers's I
solid oonuorl in luuiaoca louugluj,'.
Hammocks for a Dollar
I HENRY BATH & CO.,
126 Penn Ave.
When you are looking for ncv
eltica, come in and you will
Scrantan's HcjschotrJ Spsc'al'sts. I
128 Wyoming Ave.
Wo uro now displaying
;i fine linn of
In ( OTTOX. BILK
Goes as far in buy
ing a fine Dress Suit
We name this price
because it is one that
many like to pay;
you certain lv know
by this time that
wc l; ii uuui iiuuaic
animtani i , . n
REMEMBER, every porchasei ol fen's, Boya
, f'lothiu, Slixs, Bats or Onut'i Furnishing Ooods to
?i or over, is presented with a ehanos on the BEAUTIFUL PABLOB
SUITE now on exhibiUoo in uur window.
PENN CLOTHINe k mi hguse
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfittcra, SCRANTON, PA.
S. ).. GALLEN.
the c:t SHor: dT
Represents Banisters new
Razor Toe Last. If you want the
latest styles in Footwear trade at
BANISTER'S PR1CBS are a little less than you
are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give you MORE for yoiir money
than any Shoe House in the city, Patent Leather
and Russet Shoes lo endless variety.
We booghtoi two large mannfacl oreratheir entire line of Ladies'
SUITS, CAPES AND SHIRT WAISTS, which we will offer for
ONE WBBK at lirst eost, or about 30 p R CENT, !ess thaa
MEN'S HATS AND FURNISHINGS
In our Millinery Department we show the moat com
plete line in the city.
We estimate that our $2,500 Distribu
tion Gift will hold out about Two Weeks.
Separate Wholesale Department.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUS.
We have bought a large sample
'and we will sell them for the
J same this week. So if you want
a nice stylish garment for little
money, come before they are
We are showing the latest
in French Novelties. Come
and look through ourttock.
138 Wyoming A a.
NEXT DIME BANK.
Our ihowing at $15 is a
a grand on?, in-iludnu; all
the fit ani fashionable fab
rics in strictly tailor-mad
garments with a stylo and
finish about them which no
tailor can improve upon
Not only is thfl price
quoted about half whftt a
tailor would charge for the
same quality of suit, but
there is a'so from $3 to $5
more value in them than
$1d will buy
in any other
the nmoant of
$8, $10 and