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TUB SCBANTON TBIBUNE SATURDAY MOKXINW. OCTOBER 10. 1896.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Annual Ball of Father Matnew Society
in Mean' Hall Atteaded by Over
One Hundred Couples.
The Father. Mnthew llc-nevolent so
cli'tv held ita twenty-fourth unnuul ball
lust evening in Mi-urs' hall. It was at
tended by over one hundred couples
and in every respect the affair was a
KianU success. James tJallUKlier was
master of ceremonies and J. J. Powers
The committees in charge were:
Floor committee, Jorn-ph Oanavan.
Thomas Fleming. Harry C CiallaKher,
Walter ltaiticy, I'atrick Uevers. Thom
as Iei;mi. Joseph Km kin. John McIJer
inott. John favamiuKh. John ISiirke, K.
I.. I.'iiev. Thom.is Heirity; reception
committee. M. T. Walsh. Thomas 1
McHiile. M. S. l.avelle, John Crowley,
sr.. V. li. ISiirki-, M. F. Aloraii. J. H.
lirowne. Kdward Kenny; Keneral com
mltt", James Callaither. chairman:
M. JenniiiKS. secretary: M. T. Walsh,
tieasuier; John Simuiiessy, John Dona
hoe. John P. Crowley, John MeTierney,
James Itegan, I'atrick Murphy. (
Mips Katie Dean was wedded Wed
nesday afternoon to James .Sweeney at
St. Patrick's church. Hev. Father
Dunne performed the ceremony. Mrs.
Mary Duffy, of Pleasant street, was
bridesmaid and Moi'iwn Sweeney was
best mini. Tile weddine inarch was
plnved by Miss Hose Conway. After
the" ceremony a reception was tendered
.Mr. and .Mrs. Sweeney nt the home of
Miss Klla Dean, of Chestnut strict.
Mr. and .Mrs. Sweeney will live on
Samuel Conner, of Jackson street,
and Miss Kvu Hubert h, of Hampton
Hieet, were ilietly wedded at Mt.
Pocono last Wednesday. They will re
side on North Krotnley avenue.
The inarrln.ee of Miss MatfKle Kulp,
(if Jackson street, to l-ouls Smith, of
Fynon street. Is announced for Oct. "8
ut the bride's home.
HIS FRIENDS ASSEMBLED.
J. C. Moyer was thirty-six years of
ana yesterday and in the evening a
number of his friends withered at his
1" me on North llromley avenue nnd
juissed a few hours In sociability. One
of the surprise parties of the evening
V as w hen Mr. Meyer was allowed to
paze at n handsome writing desk which
was presented to him by the asscm
b.ed quests. Stewart Dleaecker made
the presentation speech. Refreshments
were served by Mis. Moyer.
TAKEN TO THE HOME.
Jacob Courtrlsht, the man who wan
dered to this side Wednesday nicht,
has been ndjudped insane by Drs. !un
Fter and M. J. Williams and was taken
to the Hillside Home yesterday morn
inc. Courtrinht seems to be friendless.
Whore he came from and who he really
Is, are mysteries tu the police. He has
never before been an inmate of the
PLACE OF MEETING CHANflED.
The Sherman Avenue mission will
hold Sunday school tomorrow in the
Plymouth CoiiRrcKntionnl church. The
cIiuiiro is temporary and Is due to the
repairing that Is piiinjr on nt the mis
sion house. The mission school will lu
pin nt 2.1.1 o'clock p. m. The regular
Sunday school meets at 1L' o'clock.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Mrs. Stewart lliesecker nnd children,
of North lirnmley avenue, have re
turned from a visit at Mt. Pocono.
Misses Mary and Virile Courtright.
of Milwaukee, have returned home,
after a visit to Miss Myrta Pearcc, of
Editor William Watkins. of the Fac
toiyville Tidings, was a West Side vis
Mr. and .Mrs. linger Jones, of South
Sumner avenue, ure home after a trip
Mr. und Mrs. Morrison Hellis nnd A.
O. Kcllis, of Frenehtown, have returned
home alter attending the funeral of the
late .liilin Frauiifelter.
Miss Margaret Davies, of South Main
avenue, left yesterday for a visit to
f i lends nt Lancaster.
A. P. Kern Is visiting at Newton.
Uest work at the Crystal Laundry.
John L. Jenkins, lute prescription
clerk of Morgan & Co., will open a new
pharmacy today nt Jackson street nnl
Rebecca avenue. The new establish
ment will be called the West End phar
macy. The latest nnd Le?t styles.
J2fi Noith Main.
The burial of a child of Mr
Kbenezer Williams, of limn
fUreet, will take place at 'J
. nnd Mrs.
James E. Francis and family have
removed from 1231 North Main avenue
Our very attractive Fall and Winter
Overcoats at $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00.
Sterling: values that have no success
ful competitors. Fine garments up to
$30.00. Large choice.
Beautiful Novelties in Fall Suits from
We emphasize the very Dressy Plaids
and Overplaids in newest brown shades,
from $12.00 to $22.50.
We have these suits to fit men any
height, and also to fit men who are short
Uuie Coaling Clothiers, Hatters aad Furnisluri
of fb? Stibtirbs.
and taken up residence In a handsome
house at 1709 Monsey avenue.
pr. C. W. Colbora, Dentist.
Rooms 144 North Main avenue.
West KUIe Business Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
lot South Main avenue; two doors from
PHOTOGRAPHER. Cabinet photos, 11.40
per doien. They are lust lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling; at Etarner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
BECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything: you have to sell, i Furniture,
Stove, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 70S West Lack
1. WORTH HKAItlX;.
Three better orators than
Charles Emory Smith, Jumes II.
Hoyt and li. V. Woodmansce,
who will speak nxt Thursday
evening ut the grand Republican
mass meeting in the FrothlntJhum
theater, are not to be found. This
meeting will be open to all and ev
ery voter will llnd it worth his
while to be there.
Miss Hertha Simmons, of Pittston. Is
visiting her Bister, Mrs. Howell Davis,
of Wurren street.
Miss Oertle Morgans, of Lake Idle
wild. Is the guest of Mrs. A. H. Kelsling,
of Short avenue.
Mrs. Ellen Haskwell. of Theodore
street, was taken before Alderman
Roberts yesterday on a charge of being
a common scold, preferred by Mrs.
(leorge Fanning. She was held under
f.m ball to appear at court.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvord. of North Main
avenue, are visiting among Elk county
Miss Mary Morgan, of Jermyn. was
the guest of Mrs. Jennings, of Parker
street during the convention.
Uev. C. W. Cooper, of Remington, In
diana, a former pastor of the Provi
dence Christian church, will preach
The Tonoluka tribe of Red Men will
meet ill a body for worship In the North
Main Avenue Baptist church. The Rev.
W. 0. Watkins will deliver a sermon
appropriate to the order. The evening
service will be a "Convention Echo for
All." Seats free.
Stenhen Klener died at his home on
Adams avenue, yesterday morning at 3
o'clock. Deceased had apparently Been
in good health up to the time of his
death and had not complained any.
Death resulted from heart disease.
Funeral will take place from the
Adams Avenue Presbyterian church,
Sundnv. Oct. 11, at 1.30 p. m.
The Sixth Ward Republican club will
hold a public meeting in the Christian
church, on Tripp street, Monday even
ing. Oct. 12.
Mrs. Bradley Woodhull. of Adams
avenue, has sustnined serious Injuries
to her knee, the result of n fall.
Cards are IssupiI announcing the ap
proaching wedding of Miss Anna Mat
thews, of trook street, to Grant E.
Card, of Ant-ram, N. Y., and Miss
Maud Matthews to William H. Wil
liams. Roth weddings will be solemn
ized nt the pleasant home of Mr. and
Mis. Sidney Matthews, of Rrook street.
The members of Mrs. John Simpson's
Sunday school class held a social at her
home on lilakely street last night.
The dilliculty between the Henwood
ami Masters boys. In which a small ax
flgdred, appears to have bepn exagger
ated. The boys were but Jesting; when
the accident occurred.
The foot ball game between the Ml
nooka eleven and the South Scran-ton
team that was to be played at
Schw-enk's Park this afternoon has
The St. Joseph's Total Abstinence
and Henovolent society will hold their
regular meeting Sunday.
The St. Joseph's Cadets will partici
pate in the Father Mathcw celebra
tion at Scranton today.
The Greenwood McKlnley and Ho
bart club held an enthusiastic meet
ing Inst evening.
A number of our "local pugs" will
attend the puglistic exhibition at
Shoes Have Been Cheap.
but never ns cheap as they will be to
day nt he opening of the Lynn shoe
sale this morning at the S Bros.' felioe
Bture. COS Lackawanna avenue.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
"Bob" Davis Victim Not a Resident of
South Side Meeting of Eleveolh
Ward Republican Club.
Nearly every paper of the city has
stated that Kllzabeth Schneider, who is
now at the Hillside home nursing twins
as the result of the perfidy of notorious
"Hob" Davis, Is a resident of the South
Side. The unfortunate girl is not a res
ident here. A few years ago, when she
came Hist to the city as a stranger, she
lived here a few days, but left at the
end of that time and did not return.
There ure so many Schneider families
on the South Side that this explanation
will save the speculation of the gossips,
who are trying now to trace the family
she belongs to. so that they may not
confound their research with any fami
KKPl.'BLICAN CLUB MEETING.
A meeting of the Eleventh Ward lte
publican club was held last evening and
the members made encouraging reports
of the sentiment among the voters on
the issues of the campaign. The ward
is strongly Democratic when party
lines aro tightly drawn, but this elec
tion the Indications are that the result
will not be so one sided. The club will
attend the rally at the Frothingham
next Thursday evening.
Oenernl Manager Wehrum denied
that nn order had been posted up at the
South works for a resumption of opera
tions, when he was questioned over the
wire by a Tribune reporter a few nights
ago, but the mill will start up Monday.
A young child of Patrolman and Mrs.
Peter Haggerty is seriously ill of diph
theria. Special gospel meting will be held
Sunday afternoon nt 11.43 in Young
Women's Christian Endeavor rooms,
10H1 Cedar avenue. Kvety yi.ung wo
man Is invited to come. There will b?
special music. The I. W. T. club is
making preparations for their fall op n
Ing to be held Thursday evening, Octo
New stock of elegant wall paper and
paints at Horcher's, 713 Cedar ave.
Best work at the Crystal Laundry.
WILL BE SENTENCED TODAY.
A. H. Williams Will Hcnr His Fate
A. H. Williams, the embezzling cash
ier of the Traders' bank, who on Mon
day pleaded guilty of the technical
charge of forgery in the I'nlted States
court at Wllllamsport, will this evening
be given his sentence.
The maximum punishment for this
count Is live years. In any of the other
seven counts on which he was arraigned
live years Is the minimum penalty. ,
The Big White Elephant Is to Kemain
in Receivers' Hand.
Philadelphia. Oct. 9. The final in
stallment of the assessment on the first,
second and third preference bonds, the
deferred Income bonds and the tt'jck
of the Philadelphia and Reading rail
road, was payable today. The under
writing syndicate has also been asked
to pay in twenty pc-r cent of its sub
scription. These payments. It is es:l
mated, will aggregate JC.OOO.OOO.
The stock of the company was for
the first time quoted at $10 paid today
andit sold in the neighborhood of $12.
With this feature of the plan of reor
ganization accomplished, the Held be
comes clear for the putting out of new
bonds and the settlement of obliga
tions. The rond Is now being operated by tha
receivers for the account of the pur
chasers at the recent foreclosure pale,
and it is understood that no request
will be made to the court to take the.
company out of -the hands of the re
ceivers for some time.
RAILROAD RUMOR NAILED.
The Lehigh Valley Not to Put on New
Trnin nt Chicago.
Philadelphia, Oct. 9. Charles S. Lee.
general passenger agent of the Iehlgh
Valley Railroad company, today de
nied the truth of the report circulated
a few days ago that new trains to Chi
cago were to be put on Oct. 15. and that
the Ulack Diamond express would run
through from New York to Chicago. At
a matter of fact, he said, the Hlaek
Diamond express will not go leyond
The change of the time will be made
on November 15, not October 15, and
there will be no addltlonul trains to
Chicago. The Grand Trunk system will
make connection with the Black Dia
mond express to Chicago.
THE BYSTANDER SHOT.
Wati'hntnn Injures n Mnn While Slop
ing a Fight in Yonkers.
Yonkers, Oct. 9. The police were
notified at nn early hour today of a
snooting that occurred outside of a sa
loon near the Yonkers crematory. The
injured man Is Frederick Kuster, a
cigarmaker, E0 years of age, and the
person who shot him is the watchman
of the crematory, Peter Heard, a col
Two young men, Frederick Ehren
speck and Christopher Manley, were
fighting. The watchman became in
volved in the quarrel, and drew his re
volver. ShoOtlniP nt tho twl mnn In.
stead of hitting them, the bullet struck
tne cigarmaKer, who was an onlooker.
GREATEST BETTING RACE.
Senator A Capture the Transylvania
Slake nt Lexington.
Lexington, Ky., Oct. fl. Five thou
sand people saw the great Transyl
vania stake decided here today. The
rich prize went to Senator A. a bay
horse bv Tramti.Pntilc n-hn h.i ..
- - , ,s nut, nun
two heats yesterday. Governor Strong,
ii "'so nao two neats, was second;
Alcldalia, third. Time, 2.11.
Senator A was favorite In the betting
today. There was $:'00,UOO In the pool
box when the horses started Cor the
final heat, making It the greatest bet
ting race In the history of the trotting
DEATH OF GEORGE F. COHEN.
Prominent Luzerne County Attorney
Kcpircs Very Suddenly.
Wllkes-Earre, Pa Oct. 9. Oeorge F.
Cohen, a well known lawver, died sud
denly In the Luzerne cunty court hou?e
today from heart trouble. He was C5
years of age and won the Cobden pi las
at Yale, one t f the greatest ma'ks of
distinction at that univeislty. He leav.s
a widow and two chidren.
.. . ' ' UI 11 ern.n inuoor once
ball club challenge the Oslerhout. Fen-
Aiiiucy-s, i larae s and
thu Combination huloor base hull teams to
u oi,,.-o Pamirs ui muuur oiise uhii to i.'O
played between them. Send nil replies
' ,J ..,-,, w. & cuin, IIIUIIHKCr-cupiUill, flf
the Turner indoor base bail club.
The Benin ion Turner Imsket ball team
eliiillerg" the Wilkes-IlHrre, P'tlston or
N'antlt'oke teams to u game or sorles of
irjimpa 1,'lrut nrnn.. ..-ill k.. n..i .1
XUon O. Teets. manager.
WERE TAKEN TO LUZERNE.
The Fonr Dead Liners Will Be Tried
in W ilkes.Barre.
Frank Mangan. Michael Judge, John
Killer and John Brown, the" robbers
captured in this city Thursday after
raiding six Pittston stores, were yester
day turned over to the Luzerne county
Chief Loftus, of Pittston. with two of
his officers, took them down on the
S.30 p. m. Delaware and Hudson train
and after a preliminary hearing before
Alderman Loftus, they were committed
to the Luzerne county Jail. The pris
oners objected to going to Wllkes
Borre. prefering to be tried here.
Chief Loftus reports having found
two bundles of clothing dropped by the
robbers, near the .junction, in their
NATURE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
Hotly Contested Debute by Members
, of Scranton lluineH College.
At a regular meeting nf the Scran
ton Business College Lyceum last night
In -the colleg hull, after the business
part of the meeting a hotly contested
debate on "Resolved, thm Nature Is
More Beautiful than Art," took place.
The debate was won by the altliinu;K-.
which was upheld by Miss Clifford and
Charles H. Cnnstantlne, and the nega
tive by William F L. Carpenter un
William 1. Pierce.
After the debute the following pro
gramme was rendered: Piano solo.
Miss Susie Tlerney; recitation, John
Martin; vocal solo. Miss Anastasia Clif
ford; select reading. Miss Cora llalde
man. I'nuernl of John Crrnliun.
The funeral of John Creahan, the
young man from Tobyhannn. who was
suffocated by gas In this city Sunday
night, took place nt Tobyhanna on
Wednesday. Rev. R. 11. Walsh con
ducted the services In St. James' Catho
It Is Our Purpose
In calling your attention to the
benellt of good printing to reap
some benefit from your necessity.
It keeps the public posted on what
you have at your store that is nec
essary f.n- their comfort. A well
printed circular will attract at
tention, nnd rivet In their minds
where they can purchase to tie
best advantugc. We do that cluss
To Cure n Cold in One Day.
Take laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. 25 cents.
Try Jordan's one-half minute stews.
New York, Ontario nnd Western.
The following time table will go into ef
fect on the New Vork. Ontario und West
ern railroad, Sunday, October 4:
Trains leave Scranton for Curbondule at
10.55 a. m. ami ti.10 p. in.; fur Hancock
Junction ut 10.55 a. m.
Train leaves Hancock Junction for
Scranton ut 2.05 p. m.
Trains leave Carbonilale for Scranton at
7.01 a. m. und 3.34 p. ni.
For Infants and Children.
WE ARE STILL ROOTING
FOR THE FASTEST
WHEEL ON EARTH,
No Matter Who Rids; It.
B. F. KELLER,
National Meet at Wilkes-Barre,
Va the only man (with one exception) out of
the entire Hcrsnton puh thot won utiytblnir,
baiting cut sumo of tUa fastest mou on the
circuit. Aiiain wo say, get a SpaluinK and la
C. M. FLOREY, Agt,
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved to His New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue,
Entrance on side next to Firpt National
Iiauk. Ho hat now in .
Comprising everything rei ilsiln for fl:ia
Uorelinnt Tailoring. And tlio samu cau
bo shown to Rdvuntaxe in liis splen
dialy lined up ruoms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers ol The Trlb.
oe to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In HI
New Business Homo
NEW STOCK OF
At HRS. H. CRAHER'S,
427-41V CEDAR AVENUE.
' The Finest In the City.
The latest improved (urnish
ings and apparatus for keeping
meat, tuttcr and cg;s.
223 Wyoming Avenu.
WE MAKE OuaiXITi'. B3W AS cLoTrtlSU at t will alter. b:flnala today, complet
and choice line el
Prices Extraordinary Low.
BUT ALSO FOIt FIT, QUALITY. STYLE. CUT and GENERAL APPEAR
ANCE OF EVERY GARMENT. ThU Is an entire new dfpartment and is re
plete with all that is new and up-to-date Idea bought w:-th (treat care from
manufacturers of repute ONLY, which GIVES US THE RIGHT TO
Guarantee Every Garment
Or Honey Returned for the Asking.
Of Knglish Covert Cloth. Wo have a special
fine assortment of nobby cut garments, well made
and lined ns low as
In Blues and Blacks, eleautly
trimmed and cut in latest fashion,
Sio.oo to $30.00.
This department is in charge of Mr. D. E.
DKLAXY, formerly of Messrs. Martin & Delany.
Toi'SY-Tcnvr i'uices in
HATS AND FURNISHINGS
$3.00 Hats were always cur lead-et-H
THESE SAME HATS
J2.no Hats now
1.5J Hats "
All NeKllffops that formerly sold
for $1.50, $2.00, YOI'H CHOICE
OP THE LOT
$1.00 White Shirts for
$1.50 " " :
$2.00 Shirts now
Sterling Values in
All colors, all weights, all 11239. New
25 PER CENT.
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO..
U. E. CROFUT, PROPRIETOR
THIS HOUSE is strictly temperance. It
new and well furnished and Oi'liN'liD T(J
THE rUBLiC T11K YEAR HOUND, is
located midway between binehumton an.i
Scranton. on tho Montrose und Lacka
wanna Kailroad, six miles from D.. L. &
W. R. K. at Airoru Station, and live miles
from Montrose; capacity cljrhty-nve,
three minutes' walk from railroad station
House situated 100 feet from the lake,
wide veranda extends the entiro lengtli
of the house, which is 100 feet.
Row Boats, Fishing; Tackle, Etc.
Free to Guests.
Aliunde about 2.000 feet, equalling In thin
respect the Adirondack and Catskill
Fine Krove?, plenty of shade and heautl.
fill scenery, making a Summer Itcsort ur..
excelled In beauty and cheapness.
Ianrlnp pavilion, swings, rroet'iet
proline", etc. COT,T SPRING WATER
AND PLENTY OF MILK.
Rates $7 to 10 Per Week. $1.50 Per Day.
Excursion tickets said at all stations oa
V.. L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all trains.
ON THE LINE OF THfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC iTY
re located the (Inert fishing nnd hunting
grounds in the world.. Descriptive books
on application. Timers to all points in
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
I'nlted States Northwest. Vanvouver,
Eeattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Sleeping anil Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with beddini;, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with nccond-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, Q. E. A..
353 Broadway, New York.
rhlrheitt-r'i Ensllih nianonit Pro..
Original and Only Cm nine.
ttAFC, oJwayi fllalitf. LAOi&a ink
lirufclit for fr AMirr t hinntitk )ia i
mmd liranda Ud tH floid HieUIUcS
iti. 'tiud with tiluo rlhlxin. Toko
nuatlitT. HffHitdinotvoi nthrtitu
tutu and Im ife if io aj. Ai Dru.iitKtf.of md 4c
In Mampa for pjuttrul.tri, titlraontkli
" iiriK-r i or l .M in wter, bv reiarfl
r jiimii tr.iMri i riiimoninis. Ami juiir.
Only Boast ot
A lino Blue or Black Cheviot Sack Suit, single
or double breasted, latest cut, properly trimmed
and finished, guaranteed absolutely fait color.
$10.00, $12.00 and $15.00
FINK CLAY WORSTEDS in Sacks and
Frocks, as nice as you wanttiiein.
$10.00, $12.03, $4 007$1G,00, $20-00.
Scotch TveeOuits h it
There is that smart tailor tone in these suits coupled
to all that is refined and correct in tunc and the prices
ran lie from
&12.00 to $18.00
REMARKABLE VALUES II SUSPENDERS.
Our entire oOe line now 25c pair
$1.00 quality for 50c
Well known brand
15c Collars for 10c
25c Cuffs for ISc
Biff line of choice patterns, all
BIB line of dollar goods for
goods to suit everybody, ut fully
At Rock-Bottom Prices.
LIST NO. j.
Buffalo Prince '96, $36
Imperial '96, 55
Erie. '96, 45
Prince '96, 36
Sterns '94, 35
Columbia '93, 25
ClevPland '94, 25
Coventry '93, 15
These are all fitted with pneumatic
tires aud are lu good running order.
CHASE & FARRAR
gigVii Linden Street. Opp. Court Houss.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured svt the Wapwallopen Mills,
Luzerne county, Pa., aud at Wil
HENRY BELIN. Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
118 WVOMINO AVENUE, Scranton, Vm
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD, Pittston, Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON. Plymouth, Pa.
B. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Repauno CoeaUcnl Com
Vang' Ulgb Exploeivtat
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Saturday Matinee and evening. Oct. 10.
An Event Thst Seldom Happens. We Hare
(Secured It aud U WiU le Here.
Ihe T.Ik of New York Oitv. Made Fa
moos by the New Vork World, In
troducing lrl.nd's Kings,
Gilmore & Leonaro
And Their Sutierb Cnmpanv of Farce
Artists Secure Scats at Once.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
ONE WEEK, Commenlng
MONDAY HIGHTJGTOBER 12th.
The Versatile Comedian,
Supported by the churnw
In k and talented actress,
And a company of recognized players In
a repertoire ol comedies and dramas, hand
somcl" staged, and staged with a car load ef
Each Piece a (trend Scenic Production.
Elaborate Properties, flagnilicent Scenery.
Special flatlnee every day except Monday.
PRICES; 10, jo. 3ic. Matinee Price, 10,
soc. Sale ol seats opens Friday, Oct. vth.
Wagner A Rals. Lessees and Managers
John L, Kerr, Acting Manager.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9 and
10. rtatinec Saturday.
Willard Lee's. Magnificent Scenic Production
IN THE HI Of IHE SIORM
Marvelous Electrical snd Mechanical Effects.
The one great scenic production of the season.
Matinee Prices.... 25c and 50c
Evening Prices... 25c, 50c and 75
Wagner A Rels, Managers,
John L. Kerr. Acting Manager.
The Beautiful Play of Real Life. A
Tale of the Hills of Arkansas,
(By HAL REID.)
Produced on a Hesle of Mnijnlflceno
Never Before EquaU-d.
Original Cut from Miner's Now York The
ater. Every Particle of Scenery Used in the
Play Carried bv the company. The Greatest
Produotion of Modern Times.
HiDdiy, Tuesday and Wednesday, Octo
ber 12, 13 and 14.
The Lender of Them All, Ed. P. Rush's
The Urandest Production Ever Pro
duced at Popular Prices.
Beautiful Sconic E (Toot a with a Grand Elec
trical Display. Lovely Ladles, Cluver Come
dians and Cp-to Dato Music, Songs aui
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances daily. Doors open at
1.30 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and 8.15.
At 400 and 402 Lacka. Ave.
Combined with Prof. Berger's Wonderful
AUTOMATIC EXPOSITION, lor a few clays
only, (irratest, grandest, most inaenious.
elnnorato aud srlontifio collection of automatic
works ill the world- Complications of ma
chiiiory. unparalleled monuments of genius,
skdl and patience. Kverybody should sue
thrm. Open V a, m. to 10 p. in.
Admission to all, inrhullng reserved seats
for ladies. ONLY 10 CENTS.
And You Will bs Happy.
The way to keep your borne comforta
ble at this s ens jii of the year
is to buy one of our
Gas or Oil Heaters
Just the thing for j our dining
room in the morning, or your bath
room, and in fact any place you
want a little heat without start
lng your furnace or boiler.
We have over 20 styles sizes of
gas heaters, und 10 or more of Oil
Heaters. Without question the
best assortment in the city.
FOOTE & SHEAR CO.,
119 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Sterling Silver Shirt Waist
Sets, worth tiSc to $1; choice
for SOc Worth $1.25 to $1.75;
choice for $1.00.
Sterling Silver Kelt Buckle,
worth 3.SO, at $2.50. Worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
Closing Out all our Fine
China at about Half Price.
Genuine Rogers Triple
Plate Spoons, Forks and
Knives tit reduced prices. En
Tea Sets. Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, etc., finest plate, new
Btyles, very low prices. At
our New Store,
130 WYOMING AVENUE.
MERCEREAU k CONNELL