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Tllte FCBAOTON TBIBU34TE TUESDAY MOBNTN"(i. NOVEMBER 17. 1S9R.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Celebration of the First Anniversary of
Electric City Commsndjry, No.
177, Knights cf Malta.
Electric City commandory. No. 177,
Ancient and Illustrious Onlcr Kiiif-'lits
of Malta, was um- year nlil kisi niKlit
and in c-omuu'iiinrutiiiii of tlio went an
entertniument and utMii-rul Jollltlratiun
waa held in .St. liuvid'K hall. Kor a
yearling the lodue is rully a wonder,
on Its roll are the names of -sol mem
bers, four cf whom were killeil. two liy
railroad accidents ami two in the mines.
The phenomenal drouth Is without par
in Hi run ton m least, unit the founder
of the lode, Imvid John, ha reason
to he iiroud. Mr. John waa assisted
in urffuiitssiuir the Ioi1k y Kvun K.
Jones. The formal oniuiiizat lint was
made in Aliars' hall on the liisht of
November Hi. ivj.,. and was the work
of 1'ant Crand Commander A. T. Ham
ilton, and irand .Ueeorder tiL-otxe II.
frvnree, of rhlladelihla, utnl a ''linm"
from John Kiuix ImlKc, . uf Wllkes
'.arre. Mr. ivurco ;i at the eile
biatloti last iiIkM. He pave un elo
iunt address on the hcncllts of the
order, touching uiion the oatriotie in
tluenre and exhort iiik from the lion
members further Interest in the wel
fure of Kleetrio City eommandery.
The enterlainnient was public and
the hnll, Rallery included, could not
contain the crowd of people. The rouni
wus elaborately decorated for the af
fair. A Hi Fiihrmnii, who was In
chnrRe of the decorations, did his work
In n Kcnernus way. A dozen laiKe
American llass, arranjied In semi-circles
covered the ri cater portion of the
liare walls and the effect of the red.
white and blue was brihti-ncd by a
numher of delicately united banners
fastened equl-distnnt about the walls
and ceiling. The central chandelier
tocuaed n number of colored streamers.
Alter 8 o'clock (Jeori?e i(ovlundit In
troduced the ilmlriiiim of tho veiiimr,
1'ast Conimander William J. Thomas.
Mr. Thomas made a brief opening ad
dress. In th' programme which fol
lowed there were a number f excel
lent features. Crump's band played a
couple of overtures and William Mor
gan and Kilwanl Itichnrds sanii a duet,
tenor nnd bass resnectively. Mr. Mor
gan was the humorist of tho evening.
The comedy work of this man 1ms been
referred to before In The Tribune. He
slugs his sonifs w ithout a smile whil
the audience brenks loose In litighter.
Misses May and Xi Hie Clarke sail?!
foIos and Professor Will Wat kins ami
Mr. Clark played several pleasing ban-1o-guitar
dints. The Columbian quar
tette, also, was present. The mouthers,
Onl and Kmrys Morgan, Herbert .hue's
nnd annle Hughes, sang last ui;:ht
with their olil time harmony, tleorge
Crump, the talented leader of I he band,
favored with a trombnne rod nnd Hur
ry Holley sans? a baritone selection.
Thomas Alliums sang a tenor solo In
fine voice. The Dickson orchestra de
lighted the audience. Another feature
which for tone was far nlinvo tli- rest
of the programme were the volt.- I ions
of Miss Mattlo Hughes nnd Miss Hcsle
flute, two little tots, who are pupils
of Miss Margaret tillili. Tin- recita
tions were with tiiano accompaniment,
Miss Ciihhs playing.
The affair was a prent sucorss and
the lodge can congratulate Itself upon
attaining a recognized place in the en-tertalnmetit-innking
the West Side. Tin' ollli'ers now nre
William I,. St inback. Cln istoidier Hob
ertsun and Thomas Havy.
William Hoe, formerly of nttstiin.
died yesterday at the homo of Clem
Marsh, jr., on South Hyde I'ark ave
nue. The funeral will take place to
morrow afternoon at 2.;m o'clock from
the Marsh resilience. Ilurlal will be
ninde in Washburn Street cemetery.
The funeral of the late l't ter I Al
len took I'lace yecterday nftermmn
from the family home on Chestnut
street. Many of the deceased's friends
were present at the obsequies. The
testimony made to the nieiiinry of the
deceased by lloral olfeiings was gen
erous and the designs were very beau
tiful. Hev. Thomas liixon. m me 1'enn
Avenue liaptlst church, proacdied the
funeral sermon, iCzra !rlllin post. No.
V.'., tirnnd Army of the Republic, and
1'nlon lodge, I'ree and Accepted M:i
pons, attended the funeral In bodies.
The pall-beaiets were selected from the
(Irani! Army men. who were in chn'ge
of the burial s.-rviee at the Purest Hill
Mrs. Jnseph Hnllstrom. nged ,11
yarn, died last evening at her home on
Phasant street. She Is survived by
her husband nnd an Infant child. The
funeral an nii'Teineiits were not com
pleted last night.
Interment of a child of Mr. nnd Mrs.
David K. Jones, of Kynon street, was
made yesterday afternoon in Washburn
FOU COMMON COfNTIL.
It looks us If the Itattlu fur common
Men's, Boys' and
Such styles and qualities are not to be found
elsewhere at prices equally low. Workmanship, fit
and finish are perfect and shaps3 are correct.
Hen's Sacks and Cutaway Frock Suits of Black
Clay Worsteds, $10.00, $12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00,
Hen's Sack Suits in Nobby Plaid Effects and
Choice Colorings, $10.00 to $20.00
Hen's Overcoats, the kind that look well and
wear well Kerseys, Meltons, Chinchillas, Beavers,
Etc., - - $8.90 to $30.00
Boys' Double-Breasted School Suits, in all col
ors, 8 to 15 year, would de cheap at $3.00.
Our Price, $1.98
Child's Heavy Blue Chinchilla Reefers, with
deep sailor collar and braided, - - $1.98
Cuare Dealing: Clothiers,
of tb? Stobtirbs.
council In the Fifth ward will be in
teresting, lly "the battle" is meant
the effort to Bet the Republican nomi
nation. There are no Democrnts In the
Fifth. I'p to date there are three
candidates. David Williums. Chester
Cummer, und O. K. Oodshull. Mr.
Codshull announced his candidacy last
night. He Is one of the most promin
ent Republicans In the ward. Messrs.
Cnmmer nnd Williams will make an
earnest fight. About eight pairs of
eyes are gazing fondly at the ermine
worn by Alderman lilair. of the Fifth.
The alderman, himself, takes a glance
at It once and awhile.
A SWtPKISK FA FIT Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kvans, of
Ack-r street, liellevue. were tendered a
surprise party Saturday evening. The
occasion was Mr. Kvans" birthday.
.Music, vocal and instrumental, and
games were indulged In until 11 o'clock,
when refreshments were served. Those
present uvi-e Henry Hitchlngs nnd
wife, Joshua John and wife, und sons.
Masters David T. nnd Itrinley It John;
Professor D. D. Lewis and vlf. Ksau
Price and wife. William Lewis und
wife, and son. William, jr.; D. Keese
and wife, M.rs. Margaret Vll!!ain.
Mrs. Thomas !. Junies, Misses Mary
Price. Anna (5. Price. Maty C. Powill,
Philip It. Thomas, all of Providence,
and Mrs. Watkin Harris, Mrs. W. John.
John Kvans, Dcnjamin Kvans, Thomas
Kvans, John Jenkins.
a sintsowrTioN dance.
The society folk of the West Side
will -conduct a subscription dance
Thursday evening in St. David's hall.
A number of ludh s prominent in social
doings, are Interested nnd will be pa
tronesses of the nITair. ISauer will
furnish tho music. It is expected that
it w 111 be a standard for the social sea
son, and Hint a number of similar af
fairs will be held during the period.
During recent years the chief dance of
the year was conducted by the rank
of Company F. This year the sub
scription dunces will be the thing.
CANTATA THIS EVKNIJIO.
' This nnd tomorrow evening the Jack
sou Street liuptlst church will present
to the public a production of the can
tata "Joseph." under the nussdees of
the church choir. Professor Lewis
Davis, chorister, has trained a chorus
of seventy uood singers, and the in
dividual soloists Include n number of
well known vocalists. The cantata will
be given for the benefit II of the church.
Tickets nre Hi cents. The young lead
er, Mr. Davis, is deserving of generous
public appreciation for his work in
directing the many rehearsals, and
there should be a uood attendance at
"THE FATAL CARD" IS DUAWINO.
The West Side wheelmen nre fast
disposing of tickets for the benelit per
formance "The Fatnl Card." which will
be played next Friday and Salurduy
evenings nt tho Frothingham theater.
The w heelmen are using every known
and several unknown methods In ad
vertising their show, nnd success Is
already assured. Several tax parties
are being formed. Tonight the wheel
men will give a smoker In their rooms
on South Main avenue.
T. J. Powderly, a nephew of the ex
labor leader, nnd Miss Julia McAn
lirow, of Rebecca avenue, will be wed
ded this afternoon in St. Patrick's
church. In the morning at 9 o'clock
.Miss Agnes Harrison, of Sherman ave
nue, will be wedded to tleorge Cannery,
of Everett avenue, at St. Patrick's
Lewis E. Hughes and Miss Ll7.le
Lawrence will be united In mnninge
loinouow evening at Miss Lawrence's
home, North Hyde Perk avenue.
The work of the last meeting of tho
board of trade was perceptibly belter
than any other meeting In a long time
past. Cashless seemed to have been
the chief topic of conversation. Mr.
Twining, the new secretary, has added
much force und business precision to
the doings of the hoard.
1 localise the West Side correspond
ence in the s.-veral Sunday papers con
tains more scandals than do the'olher
sectional departments Is no proof that
Hyde Park Is a bad, bad place. It
only nhows that the young men who
concoct these stories are better ro
mancers. PERSONAL MOVEMENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes, of
Wilkes-Harre, were the guests yester
day of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Philiips, of
South Hyde Park avenue.
Mrs. Kate Fnrr-Fenton, of Wllkos
Harre, spent Sunday with West Side
Miss Crace Meyers, of Clnrk's Sum
mit, has returned home after a visit
to Miss May Clarke, of Swetland street.
Mrs. Edwin Colby Is entertaining
Mrs. John Storms, of Mesroppen.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Moses Ace are In Mon
roe county In attendance at the wed-
Hattan and Fumiiluri
dins of Miss Hattle Brown to Philip
Smith, of Newlleld. N. Y.
The Misses Kate Lewis and Sarah
Davies, of Kdwardsdule. are guests of
the Misses Sadie, Lillian and Mary
Davies, of Kynon street.
Select Councilman II. T. Fellows has
returned from a successful hunting
The I'nlfoniKd Hank. KniRhts of tho
Mystic Chain, will give an exhibition
drill next Friday evening at the An
cient order Fnlted Workmen's hall, on
Hyde Park lodge. Free nnd Accept
ed Masons, met last evening.
The Salvation army self-denial week
A social will be held on Thanksgiving
night in Mears' hall by the Electric
City Social club.
Horn A bounclnir baby girl to Mr.
and Mrs. Evun Hughes, of Thirteenth
Rev. John Orlltlths has resigned from
the pastorate of the Sumner venue
Presbyterian church. No successor
has been selected.
St. Leo's Uuttullon will hold their
tenth annual ball in St. David's hall
The Hyde Park Father Mathew so
ciety are already preparing for the cel
ebration of their twenty-llfth anniver
sary in February.
The Intest and best styles. Roberts,
120 North Maine.
Dr. C.W. Colhorn, Dentist.
Rooms 141 North Main avenue.
.'West Side llnsiness Directory.
HAHTtlET J. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
1M South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and seo the
stock of J. C. Kins, 701 to 7U West Lack
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Death of Miss Celia Doyle, ol Fig
Street, in Wltkcs-Barre, Where
She Had Been Visiting.
Ten days ago Miss Cella Royle, of
Flu street, went to Wllkes-Harre to
visit nt tho residence of Hev. J. J.
Curraii. She was suddenly stricken
with an attack of peritonitis, which be
came so serious that removing her
home was out of the question. She
died yesterday morning. The news is
a shock to her ninny friends. A high
mnss of requiem for the repose of her
soul will be celebrated at Holy Savior
church, of which Hev. Futher Curran
Is pastor, this morning, and the re
mains will be brought home on the 11.03
Delaware and Hudson train.
The funernl will take place tomorrow
mornlii!? from the home of her parents,
Mr. und Mrs. Patrick lioyle, :to Fig
street. A solemn high mass of requiem
will be celebrated at St. John's church,
and interment will be made In Hyde
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
At a special meeting held Sunday
afternoon the following were e'ied
otHeers of St. Peter's tlermun Henellclal
society: President. Henry Eiden; sec
retary. John Hecn; treasurer, Jacob
Miss Mollle Highland, of Cnrbondale,
Is visiting Miss Mamie Coyne, of Ce
William Kane, of Port Huron. Mich.,
Is the guest of City Treasurer and Mrs.
C. U. Poland.
Louis Shut-maker, of Cednr nvenue.
Is home after n week's hunting.
Harry, son of Druggist and Mrs. D.
W. Humphrey, Is seriously ill of pneu
monia. New stock of elegant wall paper and
paints at llorcher's, 713 Cedar ave.
Among" those present at a party ten
dered Chartwald lltillin, of Chinchilla.
In honor of his twentieth birthday, Sat
urday evening, were Charles Constnn-t'.-e,
Charles Hopewell, Misses Amy
Decker, Kvn Meredith. Cora liernon,
Oertie and Fannie Kennedy, all of this
A new electric light has been erected
on the corner of Keiser avenue and
Miss Mne Hadsel, of Oreen Ridge
street, hns nccepted n position with W.
H. Anderson, the North Main avenue
William Hadsel, of Green Ridge
street, who has been seriously 111 for
some time past, rcsumid work yester
day In Fenner & Chappvl's store,
Mrs. Charles Hartln. who has been
visiting her sister. Mrs. John Robinson,
of Spring street, has returned to tier
home at Yatesvllle.
The Epworth League reading circle
met last evening In the church parlors
and many interesting papers were read.
There will be a game of indoor base
ball tomorrow evening In Company .1
nrmory between Fenner & Chappel and
Clarke's Store company.
A ball for the benefit of John Hng
gerty, of Leggett's street, was held last
night In O'DonnMl's hall on Oak street.
Peter Goodrich, of North Main ave
nue, has returned from Norwich, Conn,,
where he spent the past month.
Four or five Italians got Into an al
tercation Sunday evening on Nay Aug
avenue near the foot bridge. .Stilettos
nnd stones were used and one of the
men stopped the stone with his head,
cutting a gash that Dr. Ray closed with
seven stitches. Yesterday afternoon
the injured Italian had warrants Is
sued for his assailants In Alderman
Hailey's olllce. The cases will be tried
at 7.:.0 this evening.
Constable Hlack returned yesterday
from a trip up tho valley whither he
went in quest of the cigar drummer
who pilfered two watches from the
home of Harder Kurtz. No trace of the
thief was found.
Little Florence Shook, of East Mar
ket street. Is slowly recovering from a
severe attack of scarlet fevir.
The Rebeknh lodge, Ind-pendent Or
der of Odd Fellows, will nominate oin
cers next Friday night.
Mrs Jackson's Sunday school class
of the Haptist church will hold an en
tertainment and social In the Women's
Christian Temperance Union rooms on
Peiin avenue Thursday night.
Mrs. J. Rronson and daughter, Rou
main, of Elm street, are the cuests of
relatives' In Thompson.
Frank Illlckens. of Chestnut street,
will leave for Philadelphia this week,
where he will take up the study of em
balming. Mrs. Martin Bold and son, Le Roy,
of Waverly, are vlsplng friends In town.
Mrs. T. Connolly, of Drinker street.
Is spending a few weeks with her
mother at Whitney's Point, N. Y.
Tlllle, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hell, of Paine street. Is very id
Hev. C. H. Hayes, of the Methodist
Episcopal churchi Is confined with a
severe attack of quinsy.
James Lavln, one of the borough's
oldest residents, died at his home yes
terday after a brief illness. He was 69
years of age and had resided In Dun
more since his early childhood. He Is
survived by his wife and sis children,
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. Joi.n Shannon,
Mrs. - Thomas McUuire and John,
Thomas and James.
, AS RICHARD HI
Gave a Plclurcsca; Impersonation of
tbe Royal Butcher at Academy.
STAGED IN AN EXCELLENT MANNER
Sam T. Jack's Creoles (i.vc it Very
Entertaining Performance at tho
Davis Tb atrcTwo Jacks' ( oni
pnajr at the I'rothinuhnin Touiglit.
Superba and Primrose nnd West's
Minstrels Koine, or the I owing At
traction lor This Week.
The "Richard III." of Shakespeare
was a had man. of that there Is no
reasonable doubt, but It Is a matter
okmi to at least a reasonable doubt If
he Intended htm to be the kind of a bad
man and worse king that John Grlllith
presented last night before n rather
small audience in the Academy of
Music. Mr.' Griffith possesses nn ar
dent temperament and a love of color;
this was manifest no less In his char
acterization of p.ichard than In the
costuming and scenery.
Hut with nil the variety of coloring
in lastuiuintr, scenery and acting, tne
best that can bo said of Mr. Griffith's
Richard is that it is picturesque. An
unsatisfactory character at best, even
when essayed by such un artist ns Irv
ing, the fact that Mr. Giilllth. gives us
as good a Richard as he does is no
small tribute to his ability. Hl de
sire to give a new creation of the role
has prohably induced him to Introduce
some rather wide departures from the
usual stage Rlehurd, but It cannot be
said that these departures have been
a distinct Improvement on the method
of the tragedians who have heretofore
essuyed Hlchard. Time will work a
great change no doubt In Mr. Griffith's
characterisation. He possesses a good
voice, prnceful delivery nnd com
manding tlgure nnd with the mellow
ing Inlluencc of time his art will un
His supporting company contains sev
eral actors of considerable ability,
nmong thein Eugene Moore, Chnrles
Peters, Anna Doyle-Moore and Celia
Francis. The stairlnj: was the best
that "P.ichard 111." has ever received
in this city.
One of the longest nnd best shows of
Its kind that Manager Davis has given
to his patrons is Sam T. Jacks' new
Creole company which played to large
audiences nt the Linden street the
ater yesterday afternoon and last eve
ning. There are twenty-three mem
bers In the company, all black and
nbout equally divided, mole and fe
males. The show Is on the "Octoroon"
order, opening with "H. M. 8. Pinafore
In ten minutes," and closing with a
great buck daneins contest. This last
feature Is very entertnluing. Anyone
who likes dancing must see those
twelve or fifteen colored people ham
mer the stage with their feet. Thrown
In all along the line nre the popular
negro sonns of the day, and the show
has a teal live ne;;ro magician who
smashes your finger lings for you; then
gives them back with bouquets at
tached. There is a scene in a Turkish
harem, Hyppollte plays selections from
operas on common ehiss tumblers und
Mile Cordelia and Hilly McLain do
some burlcsquelng. May Police sings
very nicely. The Creoles will be at
Davis' for tonlirht and tomorrow night
No comedy now on the rnnd hns seen
more genuine success than "A Pair of
Jacks," by 11. Gattan Donnelly, w hich
comes to the Frothinghnm this eve
ning. The piece Is full of fun, fast and
furious and coupled with a strong cast,
benutiful girls and good music, nn eve
ning of great snilsfaction is promised.
We are told that In "Superba," which
opens for two nights at the Froth
ingham tomoirow evening the famous
nnd world known Haulon Unit hers"
mummoth creation, that we will find
nn edition de lux. Superba" was orig
inally intended to be a pantomime, in
which the silent clown with gesture
nnd fuclul contortion graphically de
scribes his wants, and by dumb show
perforins many amusing feats. All the
old scenery has been discarded and
new nnd more elaborate has replaced
it majestic baronial halls, mountains
dellles, sublime pusses on lofty rocks,
oriental interiors that would grace a
Sultan's Harent, and glimpses Into
marvelous fairy land nre each to the
other transformed. The whole Is ce
mented tojrether with a score or more
of very pretty girls, beautifully formed
and costumed in the latest and nioxt
novel manner. The ballets that these
dancers give nre compositions of merit.
Some aie exact reproductions from the
Intest successes of the London Alhnni
brA and the New York Olympia, so
that one has only to view "Superba"
to see all that New York and European
cities are talking about.
Every season Mnco Its organization
the Primrose & West Minstrels com
pany has visited our city and found
always substantial welcome. Their re
pented siiccvss is owing to the fact
of the united excellence of their or
ganization, the artistic merit of each
performer, the refinement of their en
tertainment, the novelty and pleasing
attractiveness of their Introductions,
and, whether vocal or Instrumental, the
superiority of their music. Their in
tertalnmetit this season Is said to be
specially attractive In sweet songs, In
triductlons original nnd entertaining.
The organization of whites and blacks,
headed by Primrose & West, is said
to be the greatest aggregation ever
frotten together. Tho company will be
THE IDEAL AMERICAN TRIP
NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Tile fcuperiily Aiqieiiiti'd nnd Comiu.Hliouj
NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND,
Amcricnn through and ttirniigb.
Ioiito Buffalo 1 n.'silnTi und Fridays 9.30 p.m.
for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac. The Soo.
Dulutli, und Western Points, pnsnui ull
plnces of interest by ilayliLiit 111 i-ouuoetiua
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
it forms ttie most direct route, and from ev
ery print of coniparisMi. the must delightful
ami com fort a I 1 one t- Minneapolis, Ht. Paul,
Ureat Fulls, Ilcleua. I-ntte. Spokane and Pa
citii: roast. The cnlv triitt'oontlneiital ine
running the lumous buffet, library, otserva.
New 07 Iwnr tra'n for Portland vUSpoksni
HOTEL LAPAYETTH, Lake Mlnnctonka.
IB miles from .V.liinMi.olif, largest and imst
benutiul resort in the west.
'1 icketsand any Information of any agont or
A. A. HEAKD, Uunural l'ssKeiujer agent,
liufliilo. N. Y.
BOOBS I AND 2, COUTH BI'lTfi,
' INNING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND BUeUfc.
LAPUN A RAND POWDER C0I
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electrlo Batteries, Bloetrlo Exploders, for it
plodiug blast, tlafety rata, and
Bepaono Chemical tVs explosIVes.
MOnSIC POWDER CO
seen at the Academy of Music Thurs
The attraction at the Academy of
Music, Frlduy and Saturday with Sat
urday matinee, will be Clura Willand &
Kaeo's high class vaudeville comimny.
Introducing; the latest Kuropean and
American novelties direct from Koster
& Pali's music hall, New York city.
The principal feature of the company
however. Is Zaeo. a wondeiful dancer,
who claims to have In Kurope made a
great sensation for many years, and
invented all the electrical efftcts and
colored scenes made famous cn this side
of the water by Loie FulUr.
Tribune wants are read by the most
FOOT BALL NOTES.
The Juniors of ti? 8011th Side drfe.iled
the Dynamiters of lower South Hide In tt
game of foot ball by u score of I to I).
They would !ke to meet the Crescent.',
Juniors, on the Stillwater Kroiinils, An
swer as soon us possible In The Tribune
ami wh('n game can he pluyed.
The lmuniore High School Foot Halt
team challenge the Seranton llasiaess
College Foot 'Hall tenni for a gum" of
foot ball on No. S wounds, nunmore.
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. ii. at 3 o'clock
p. m.. Chillies Corrc!!. captain.
The Sanderson Hill Comets Foot flail
team will give a return game to the South
Side Juveniles Nov. !. at 2.l p. m., on
the Stlllw liter grounds. K. Croft, iimn
aiter; K. Todd, captain.
The Sanderson Hill Comets challenge
the South Side ltods for u guine Thanks
giving Day, nt H.:S0 p. 111. Name tho
grounds. Answer soon In The Tribune.
K. Croft, manager; K. Todd, captain.
The. North Knd Crescent Foot Hall
team will play ihe I'ittston team at Pitts
ton on Thanksgiving Day.
To Cure a Told in One Day.
Take laxative Promo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if It
fails to cure. 25 cents.
Wants in The Tribune nre read by
peoplu who hire help. .
The King of Pills Iz Beechams.
Wagner A Deis, l.esscesand Mnnngor.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLyTtUESDh., NOV. 17.
"Laugh and the Worlil Laughs wild You."
Rich ft Macder's Comedians, In the
Screaming Farce Comedy ol
A Pair of Jacks
By H. Uratton Donnelly. Brimful ot Fun,
Music and Laughable Situation.
Note the Special Prices. -Gallery. c: Bal
cony, ufk ; entire liwer ttoor, 5Jr, No
higher. Salo of soiits commences Satur
day, Nov. 14. at!) u. ni.
Wagner & Reia, Managers.
John L. Kerr, Acting Mtnagw-r.
Wednesday and Thursday, Nov. 18-10.
Hanlon Bros.' Newest
Without doubt tho most magnificent spec
tacle that travels. ICOptsjple. New prcMiue
tion this yenr. N11W fvi.turfs - the electric
lianjns, chasm of drath. ktiirtbiiK npn-sti inn
leiip, the mauio mirror, aiiiiniitol statues,
ciinnuu dlssectt'd i lown, Spanish bull tight,
four new grund ballots.
Nov, Jo. 2i, The International Opera Co,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Pri mrose & West's
WHITES AND BLACKS.
Including OEORUE WILSON, the Trinco
PKICES-flallery, 15c; Balcony, 50c: Or
chestra Circle, goc; Orchestra 75c; Parlor
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Friday and Saturday Nights lln 30
and Saturday Matinee PlUli 31
Clara Wicland's Vaudeville Co.
Of seloetod artists, ilirort from Koster & Dial's
.dw York .ousic Hall, headed by the
(treat and only
in her spectacular dances,
PRICES-dallery, 15c; Balcony, Cs rows")
34c; Balance, 15c; Orchestra Circle, goc;
Orchestra and Parlor Chair, 75c.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
N)vemb:r 16, 17, 13,
Sam T. Jack's
NEW CREOLE GO.
Opera' Spectacle Vaudeville
New Face. Costumes, Scenery, Fine Sing
ing, Specialties, Dancing. Show Eve
rything New but the Title.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performance doily. Doors open mt
IM and 1. Curtain rlieo at IN and tli
m I V-ji'll " o
4- it I 1 Is .
413 Lackawanna Ave.
In Bare Hats
As in Trimmed
Our styles nro always ahead of othra.
Jteutitit'ul i Turbans, Tuques, Hound
Huts und Putt in flue Unulish Kelt.
29c. 39c and 4$e. Each.
1-aine Galnsboroughs nnd Flats, flno
Uuulily, Kelt, every color,
62c, 73c and 98c Each.
should bo double. ,
and Walking Hats
Fully Trimmed, Newest Style, were $1,
tl.uU und J1.70. All to u ut
A Dainty Hat
will blind rupld's eyes to nnythlnft clec.
The differenee different hats will make
In a wornun's n)peiirunre Is wonderful.
The rlaht hat seems to brlim out hid
den beauty beauty that certainly
wusn't there before the hut was put
HAIR CHAINS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
LADIES, yon can have a beautiful chain made out of
your own "hair at
E. III. HETZES. 330 LAGKftWAKNft AVE,, SCRANTON
CSP Remember, wc arc the only ones here who manufacture chains
from your own hair. Leave orders as early as possible. 1
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending larch I, 1896,
. Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels.
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative Is sold everywhere from the
Pacific Const to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and is recognized as the best flour in the
HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH TH
Neverslip Toa Calks,
BITTENBENDER I CO.
And a full line of iron and
steel Blacksmiths' and Wag
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-eVABRE, PA, Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
KOISTIHG AH) FUUPING MACHINERY. .
QeaeralOfflcet SCRANTON. PA.
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street. Scranton, Pa.
on. Each porson poema to require a
different sylo ft little different ahupe
and a little difference in tho arrange
ment of the trimming.
We have inu.de a study of fares and
hata so Ions, that wo feel justified In
suylni that we eun find sumethtnK for
everybody which will be beautlfying
VELVET AND SATIN EiVlSCTS.
15c. a yard,
19c. a yard. . I
20c. a yard, t l,lj' !J ';i ' ,
He. yard, if-.'lt .'; I iw
Worth double. 'il.Q'.-uL.lV
At half value.
At new prices, lower than you hava
413 Lackawanna Ave.,
If Your Horse is Shod with
He Positively Cannot Slip
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition on newspapers, books,
pamphlets, or other publications, at nioder
Adiim BUSINESS MANAGER.
When in doubt wiial to tne lot
Nervoui Debility, Liu cf 1'owcr.
lmKitcncy.AirrpnT. Varicocele and
other weaknrsse. from anjr cue,
us Senne Fillt. Drain cheeked
and full rigor quic'ulT restored.
Ifatr'mtr?. Nth ttmnn rH flTlf .
Mailed for tl.lO;tboiK$o OU. With
f.".00 order we cire a t uarantee 10
cure or refund the money. Address
PfcAl MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, O.
rhermae'tt, cer. Wycmlng Avenue an