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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1901'.
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PROGRAMME AT THE ELECTRIC
CITY WHEELMEN'S CLUB.
Cheie Were a Number of Vory En
teitnlnlng Features New Home
Ecstlvnl of St. Brendan Council
Reopened Lcctuic in. the Ply
mouth Congregational Church.
Miss Lillian Hngen Entertained
"Friends at Her Home Meeting of
the West Side Republican Club.
Personals and News Notes.
The I'lectrle? City "Wheelmen eonduc t
d another of their luvorlte "stag" pjt
tlcH nt their commodious cluli Iiohm
Inst evening, which was enjoyed liy tin
membera und friends. "Jovial Hlllj"
."Williams, the wit and humorist of the
elub, was chairman of the evening, and
In characteristic nuinner everything
went "frje and easy." Tho programme
tarried out wni thorouhgly enjoyed by
The entertainment commenced with
n piano selection bv Claude Simmon,
who was compelled to icspond to an
frncore. Professor John Tight and pit
Ill, John 'Mulherin, gave a clever box
ing exhibition. Professor Tight muilc
n. few remarks on the manly art nnii
(explained a few of the famous blown.
iA.be and Alfred Cocker, two welt
known wrestlers, gave an exhibition
tern the mat which evoked much ap
plause. Victor Noth performed many
marvelous acrobatic feats. Solos und
recitations rendered by scvet.il mem
Jbis of the dub concluded the pro
gramme. The club caterer, Thomas Kteveus,
"reived coffee and oyhter Ktew, after
which n smoker ensued. Card playing
Ko formed a feature of the evening's
The success of this pleasant event
funs dun to the social committee, which
ompilses Frank Depew, chairman,
J.Uther Thomas, A. O. Divls, K. n Hnl
Jlster, l'lmer Crane, W. P. William-?
Holm Henry Thomas, J. r. nunnell
Tom Stevens, Charles i;non and
Those present were: Arthur Stover.
William Segrnves, Prank Week, Louis
Zenker, John Jones, V. I?. Davis, Audi
.McCracken. John Thoiton. Sam Mc
cracken, Calvin Coons, Claude Sim
jnonb, Ti. Struppler. Hail Holllster,
3)aId Jones, Mlke Tlghe, Abo Cocker,
3ten Allen, I'd ward Divln. Dr rein,
3ou Parr, John .Mullen, Chailes
Cocker. 'VMendv" lals, Piank Stew-
I and colds
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
But They're Startlers
As values and will never be repeated again.
They ought to interest you. .Look
them over and then decide.
Men's Silk Heel
Fast black and
sijes. On Saturdav onlv,
For Gentlemen. All sizes and shades
in a line quality of Kid, Gusseted
lingers, Pique stitched, etc.
Equal to Any Dollar Glove Hade
, ivT " - .
tn( t l1 ' 3 w
J u ll'l'
1 Globe Warebotee
itib .. T- AVjyWJk 4t .-- - vMf
url. John Davis, Hrnesl Mansfield,
I. Thirl wall, Arjhtir Davis, Hdward D.
.Morse, llonjamln Hynon. William Cal
Infihcr. Charles It. Pitcher, Tratik
Nichols, Walter Davis, Casper Jones,
Thomas Stevens, Thomas Thomas, Vic
tor Noth, William Ihuhlng, Andrew
Sherrett, neorgti Daniels, rriintc Wat
kins. Walter James, William P. Wil
liams, Joseph Null. Wilfred Oregory,
Khwr Otan Prank Jones H. Josephs,
Lewis Howell, lleniy Morgan, Com ad
I.utr, (.'li.it leu l'ynoii and (leorge
One Hundred Laughs.
T.ou J. Heiuchninp, bolter known ns
tb" "laughing phl!oaophor1" will de
live i IiIh tamous lectuie, "The Stinnv
Sldo of Life, or One llundtcd Laughs
In One llundtcd Minutes," In the au
ditorium nt tho Plvmouth Congrega
tional church Monday evening. This
Is a talk on tho heart of the vvoild
Homy and how to mukc It the hap
piest, sunniest, safest spot on earth,
concluding with a talk on "Loe.
Court'hlp niul Popping the Question."
This lecture Is full of poetry, pathos,
eloquence and pine, clean tun.
Mr. Pauihamp has 1 eeii fi twontv
years before the public us u leit.iirer
on llteiaiy, hutnoinus und itfotm sub
jects nntl hn ttaveled all over tho
United State", fiom Maine to Oiegon,
from New York to California: ftom
tho lakes to the Kulf: 110m Cape llro
tnti to Utltlsh Columbia, and fiom the
Sdkiils mountains of niltb-h North
Ameilcu to Mexico. In nddllton to
this he has sailed most of the seas and
o cutis of the globe, visited nil pat Is
of Hut pop, studied "in the pilieos of
kings and the undeiKiound dens of
heathen rilmlnuK" htoilng bis mind
with the historic, nnhltec tuinl and art
wonders of the Old Wuild.
This loetuie will be given un lti ill'
auspices of thu board ol tuts tees of
the (hutch. The ptoils thrived will
be used In icdtii'liijr the debt whlth
ovei shadows the otjlfle' .Mi admis
sion fee of twentv-il iciu v. Ill be
New Home Festival.
The Home Festival of M. Hi nd it
council, Young Men's Institute, 10
opned lat evening and .ns latgei.
attended. An elaborate musical pin
giamme wa- rendcud Many alui
ble pilrs fe'l Horn the "plum" tie".
Thomas Mt Hugh won an elght-da
dnd. an 1 John J. lunklii a violin
Others preiu tetuietl valuibl
A special progiammo has been ar
rangctl foi tonight. Mlt.s Sadie i;
Jones, the t ilontoil oloeutionlM. an 1
her pupils, will pat licit' Ho. Tills li I
tuio alone Is one that w.ll nttl.K'.
and end i tain The faiuou C ilumbl in
oi chest ru villi he iiisi-!it iird iciuli
scveial clnss'tnl iiunil'ti" Th 'plum
tire, which contains n p'Ue fin oveij
on. will he shoo!,. Minv useful an 1
costly aiticle:' will be ohmicil on.
The Lubes Aid ?ociet ol uie ill.!
Pajitlsi dim I'll -eieil i.n tl.ilui.it
supper last evening at tho horn of
Mis. Hobeit Pel 1. Inn, on N'oi 1 1 I.inco i
avenue, and n.ic attended b n un
and Toe Haif Hose
members ond friends of tho congrcga
tlon. Supper was partaken of from 5
till 9 o'clock, after which a short
musical and ltlcrnty programme fol
lowed. The society realized a snug sum on
their project, which will be used In de
fraying tho expenses Incurred In fur
nishing their now church, now In the
course of erection on South Main avenue.
MIsb Hag-en Enteitains.
Miss Lillian Hagen, of Tenth stinet,
entei tallied a few friends Inst evening
In honor of her guest, Mhs Jennie
Jones, of Plymouth. Tho evening wna
pleasantly spent In diversions Incident
to such occasions. At midnight dainty
Viands were served.
Those present were the following:
Misses Jennie Price, Mary Harris, IJ1
llan Hiigen and Jennie Jones, and
Messrs. Itobctt Williams, Pulmer Will
lams, Maurice Miller and H. 15. Davlos.
To the Voters of the Fourth Waul.
Yielding to the lequest of many of
our citizen?, I heicby announce my
candidacy for the position of common
councilman, under tho now allotment
a a city of the second class,
D. L. Morgan.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
About fc o'clock- ycslciday inotiilinr
nti alaini of fire was Miitudcd from
Ho 3.M. corner of Aiehlmld Ktreet and
Ctithrtt avenue, caused by u blaze dl
coveted In ti Eumnicr klt hen attached
to one of tho comp ui houcos belong
ing to tho Delavvnte. Lirknvvann.i
and Western llalhoud company, on
uhbald .itrctt The building was de
stroyed befole the in rival of the I'ue-
nien. Tin' Coluinblu. J; iglcs ami
Kiatiltllns reiipondrd to the alaini.
Miss Mae Uavls and Gfoigo X Da
vis, of South Hebecca avenue, won
(jtilotly mil i led on Jan. r. at the pat
on lge of the Flist We-lfli Uaitlst
chuieh, by Itov. D. 11. Hopkins.
The membets of the lotul counell,
llojal Aic.iuuiii, will nuet In rtgulur
sission tomorrow evening In Ivorlto
li'ill, on South Main avenue. Thu pui
pos"e ot tin meeting Is to luinsact Im
poitaut buslen mid to pre sent cer
tain mombern with beautiful gold
t hut in" Thcto tiophles are given an
aiMiid" for having seemed the lnrgost
nuinbci of nei. npidlcatloiiH for iiiem
berililp during a certnlr period
The dime suppet onitiil t too of Camp
"' ulll meet -it the home of the dls
ti lc' pusilent this evening. All tnjni-
bPi i ato ic'iucstvd to attend.
Colonial tea will Ik glveu bv the
"tileaneis ' ot the Slmpou Mothoilliit
rt'l(opil chuieh, on "Washington's
blithIa.v, in the let tine mom of the
limit b To avoid the ush of ono
veat ago the society has decided to
hill onlv n limited number of tickets.
Co ii j1 riiior. of Connpllsvllle. Pa..
vl'tid lite family of M. C. l!lrtlo.v, on
It ' k -tiet t, cstetihiy.
(Joiiige Hail?en, of S2C, Noith Hvde
Piitl. iivenuo, 1 fUK with the gilp
'i he lenialiis of on Infant child ot
Mi und Mis. John Lnharanto, of l'"nr
Vl " in Mllle wi'io Intel, i ti in Cutlio
il'il temeluv vctonlay nfteinoon.
An impiiitnni meeting ol Slluilan
liitlgo ol (iilil Follows will be held this
evinlPK in tlieli looms in i:vans' hall,
on South Main avenue.
T'li Women's t lass of tho Simpson
Me'lio'iiM r.pNeopil chili eh will meet
In i"4'iiln fos.ion this afternoon
Tl H Patilnk'f l.ulle?' Cathollo
T" """ ol nt union met I ist evening nnd
Imii"1! ti il Impottant bunlenss.
'lho members of Camp Xo. 178, I'atil
oll Order Son, of Ameilca, onjojed
an t nt.. t ilumeut lat evening, after
the iiaiuiition of loutlne buf-iness.
The I idles' Aid toclet of the Simp
son .Method! t Htibcopal iluirch mot
S)jcl'tl tcivkts wtte tniHiKtel last
ev tr.lrg In the .lutUson Stitet Haptlst
chinch Uov. do Oitichy was In charge.
The West Side Central Uepubllcan
dub he'd theli monthlv me'tlng laf:
eenlnt- nnd tiansactetl mlicli ImiKitt
at t business.
'J he PiuhibltlonistH of the fifteenth
ward will caucus this evening In the
workshop ot David I Lewis, on South
Main avenue, at 7.30 o'clock shaip,
when they will place In nomination a
candidate for common councilman,
Hubert Moiris lodge of Title Ivoiltes
met In tegular bea&lon last evening
and dealt with many matters pertain
ing to their welfare.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The enteitulnment and social which
was held last evening by the Young
People's society of St. Paul's chinch
was one of the most charming events
evo held in that church. The follow
ing pHu'ianimc was lendeied: Opin
io? iiong, Ml"s hlllle Swift: song,
ihitich i holt lecltatlon, Miss Catrlo
Klili' solo, Mil Afna Soliulei : or
gan seleitlon. Miss Hosa Ijauber. lecl
tutlon, Miss Maggie Hoimiin; addiest,
ltcv Allied 1. C Ilallhorn: song, by
the audience, alter which lefreshments
weio set veil
It nlghfs baM.et hall 'mine plaed
lietwoe'i the DeiVndfts ami tho Talnr
S.i.i.s resulted In a detent foi the Stais.
'lho stoio was Jit-O. The ni"n weie
lined up at follow t. DefondeiN
:imul. Janien Collins. William
O'llilen. center. PianK Hatchford:
light foi waul. Jtob Uolaud, let t lor
waid M.utln hnyder Staid (tight
gnat tl, Thomas Civ. lev left gtiaitl,
Aithtir Miiish, tenter, I'lank CorJeu:
light forwaid. Uenjumlu Wlnlethuiu;
I'll fu'ward, David Howe, tlliie-keepei,
MlchiicI .Muiplo; umpl-e, John Mi
Oia.h, leloroe, M, J. Xeiilon A soi lal
followed Music wan fuiiiHlied b.v Pio-fo-noi
At n meeting of Camp Xo. S717, Mod
ern Ameilcan Woodmen ot Lackawan
na, In Hertman'B hall lust evening, live
memberii wore admitted to the otgvii
luatlon, after which a smoker nnd en
tcitalnmcnt was conducted.
The St. Aloyslus society will hold Its
second annual ball In St. Joseph's hall,
Mlnooka, about the second week of
Anthony KHeoyne, of riieik street,
had his linger badly smashed between
the bumpers of two cars at tho South
John Walsh had his leg spi allied In
two places yesterday on Lackuwauna
avenue, where ho slipped and fell. Dr.
Qulnn Is treutliifi him.
"William Hasklns, of Mlnooka, Is ser
iously 111 with pneumonia,
There villi be a Demociatlo caucus
at Coicoian's hull this evening.
St. Maiy's chuieh choir will meal
for reheat sul this evening In St.
The St. Alo)sliis society held a teg
ular meeting nt Phaimacy hall last
THE KOUST MAN IN SCRANTON
i well m ttie liamlsomot, and othrrj
ire ImlUd to call on any tlruRirl.t uul fftc
frcn a trial dottle ot Komp'i Ilaltani for lho
Throat ami l.unji, a remedy that li Kuarantcrtl
to cure and rrllfio all (liionlc and Aeutn Cjought,
Aithmi, Uronchltli and Loiuumptlon I'rico 'io,
U-.., ...ii .ttttaum. .!,
MISS PA1MEB TELLS OF HER
She Helated the Graphic Story of Her
Forty-Day Trip to the Coast of
China During the Iteccnt Outbreak
Yesterday Afternoon at tho Homo
of Mm. W. D. Decker Revival
Seivlces Ilev. W. B. Dunett at the
M. E. Church Other News and
At tho nioetliitr of the Ladies Mis
sionary society of the Vresbyterlnn
church, held yesteidav at Mrs. W. D.
Deckel's, 'Miss Hose Palmer, who has
lately returned from chlnu, gave thoro
present an Insight into some of the
h mowing experiences through which
the jmrtv of which she war a member
were called upon to endure during their
Journey coast-waid, lasting about foity
During mnny of these long and weary
dis they were Jolted over the country
In sptlngles", coveied calls, without
any oppottunlty of observing what
tulUit be ttanspliingaiound them. This
means of tiuiispoitatlon was furnished
by the Chinese government at tho enrn
est behest of the missionaries, who
contended that they weie leaving In
puisuame of their order and that con
veyances must be furnished
At the beginning of the Journey they
were turnlahed with a guard of Chi
nese soldiers, but In a very short time
they desetted and Joined the Boxeis.
The pai ty w as made up of two men
und twelve women and children, Mr. t
C. II. iDrejer, of Dunmoie, being the
active head of the partv, representing
them In many conferences with thu
Bor element as they made their way
through the hostile country.
I'our carts weie used In convening
them and their luggage, the lntter
being viy much lessened as the Jour
ney piogresHod. Each new band that
they chanced to meet made It their
especial business to sou over all their
possessions and help themselves to
whatever they wished.
In some cases even the clothes they
woio were demanded and, of course,
bonded over as pleasantly as circum
stances would peimlt. The latter end
of the Journey was made In a vehicle
much like our wheelbairow, one man
pulling nnd another pushing It. Miss
Palmer has no regrets for her experi
ences and thinks the Chinese lnve
many good polnta about them, not
withstanding their recent teitlble icc
She says a Chinaman who Is once
converted and becomes a filend of tho
missionary Is neatly alwas tuio In
The tevlval seivlces at the Tilpp
Avenue Christian chinch were ver.v
well nttcndrd last night nnd listened
vciy attentively to an excellent ad
dles by tho evangelist, Itev Mr. Cobb,
on "The Loss of Oppoitunltles." He
said: "There comes a time In every
min's life when he looks back and sees
wheiu he wishes ho had mended his
way. Hut there never comes a time
when we i egret accepting Christ and
shaping our lives after Him. 5ten nev
er regiet doing wbnt Is light: only
what Is wrong."
The topic for this evening Is "Clod
At the Jrlethodlst Episcopal Chuieh.
Hev. W. A. Dunett. the Canadian
evangelist, preached to a large audi
ence In the Dunmoro Methodist Episco
pal chinch las-l night fiom the text,
"Hocause straight Is the gate." Miss
Daisy Hell Hall sang with marvelous
effect "Saved by Giace." The after
noon meeting jeslerday was quite
hugely attended and the Bible leading
by Hev. Dunnett was Inteiostlng and
The afternoon service will be held
today ot 3 o'clotk and the evening ser
vice at 7.S0. The subject for this even
ing will be "The Ilstnken Champion."
Miss Hall will sing at both afternoon
and evening services.
The funeral of Kred Butler will oc
cut today at 2.30 from the home of Mi i.
Thompson, on Hlakely stieet, and will
Those wishing to leglster under the
Crawford county uiles may do so at
nnv time previous to next Tuesday,
either with W. D. Decker on T. D. Ste
vens. To date one teglstry for c ounell
man Is the crop.
T. fi. Herring and Ilaivey Bishop
aie tlshlng at Piomlsed Land this
The tnembeis of the Independent
llui company aie requested to meet
at their looms tonight to make ni
raiiguinents loi attending the funeial
of lb late Hobeit Hughes.
Tieiisuier August Wuhlets will nay
school teacheis and school oiders, Sat
in day, .rnnuar 10, 101, between 1 and
6 o'clock, at borough building
On Wednesday evening of ntt wrek
n lectuie by Dr. Fllppo will be given
in the Green nidge Uuptiut church,
uiulei the auspices of tho Ladlis' Aid
socletv. Subject. "Ice In the Pulpit,
and Who Put It Theie." The admis
sion will be twenty-live cents
John Haker, of Mousey avenue, has
boon conuned to the house for the past
week with an attuclc of gilp.
Stanley Huiley, of North Paik, en
tertained the Amity Literary society
One of the most delightful social
events of the season was the muslcalo
given by Mrs Oeoige Keur at her
home yesterday afternoon. Tho rooms
weie decouited with palms anil cut
flowers. Monsieur Plavlan Vanderie
ken, violin virtuoso, nsslsted by Mrs.
R, fi. Woideit, sojiruuo, and Charles
Doersam, pianist, rendeied nn excel
lent piogiamme, which was greatly
enjoyed by the guests.
Colonel F. L. Hitchcock will lecture
lu Copouse chapel, Prlday evening,
January IS, m S o'clock. Subject.
"Hemlnlsceiices of the Civil War."
Sliver offering at the door. Pioceeds
will go tow aids the leading room fund.
llohfit Hitifhc. the well known contractor of
Ctilllni itrcct, Punmoif, died at ltl homo ta
I inl), alter an lllncu ot twirral wfokd. Do
lilt lifjn a imldcnt ol that lilaco during the rJ,t
thlrty-fho )car lie Is lunhtd by hi vvlfa and
thrto children, Mil. Jinun w'rllspaugh, Ada and
(irorze. llu it a trollui of Mr, William Hughe!,
ot Dunmorc, and Mm. William Itflllj, of Uuj
mail. Thu funeral will tale place from hU late
resldeneo on haturday at 10 o'clock. Interment
In Duumoro cemetery.
Sales Are Common
Bargains Are Not
This is a sale in more than name Bargains are plentiful here.
THE GALLEN. STOCK is going rapidly half of it has already been
disposed of, but there are still lots of good bargains to be had, The
earlier you come the better your choice will be as nothing is reserved.
Lots that will hold for just two days' selling.
fered as low as one-sixth the former prices.
Men's blue and black worst
ed Cutaway Coats and Vests,
also medium weight Over
coats, in small sizes only,
woith up to $i2, for
These garments will
large boys or small men.
union made, worth
Boys' and Men's
Heavy Winter Caps,
worth 25c, at
It doesn't matter what price you pay, you may depend upon its being Just as repre
sented, because it's so without any "ifs" or '-ands" about it.
225 and 227
NORTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Mauiage of Benjamin Davis and
Miss Susan Davis Other News
and Peisonal Notes.
Henjamln Davis and Miss Susan Da
vit, daughter of Mi. and Mrs,. David
Davis, of Aithur utieet, weie mauled
on Wednesday nfteinoon at the bible's
home bv Hev. V". V. Davles, pastor of
the Memotiul Hiptlsl chinch. The
bride and groom weie unattended.
Many useful and handsome piesents
w-eici lecelved by the young counle.
After tho ceremony the guests partook
of a wedding feast.
Those piesent weie Ml. and Mrs.
Chuiles Hilton, Mr. und Mrs. John
Mlddleton, Mr. and Mis. D. M. Jones,
Mr. and Mis. Hlchaid Davis, Mi, and
Mu-i. Thomas Davis, Mr. and Mis.
Thomas Hauls, Mr. and Mis. Lewis
Webb, Mr. and Mrs. John Ciihcy, Mr.
and Mrs HIchard James, Mr. and Mrs.
Hobert Hlllott, Jr., Mr. und Mis.
Charles Catchinan, Messis. Thomas
Davis, Hojs Da Is, 12. A. James, Ous
Heese, John Hlcliaids, John Hughes,
Misses Muigaict Uduatds, Jeanettc
Davis, Vina Hilton, Dora M. Jones,
Johanna Courtney, Hliabeth Davis
und Jeanette Jones.
SHORT NEWS NOTES.
This evening a game of InJooi bnso
bull will take place at tho Audltoilum.
between tho clerks of Fenner & Dick
ei son's and of Chappell's stores. This
is expected to be ono of the most ex
citing game played In this t-ootlon, us
both teams aie well matched. Tho
batteiles for Chappell's will be Powell
nnd Divls, and tor Tenner be Dicker
son's, Haggeity and Illitley.
At a meeting of the Haibeis' union
of this part of the city, which has been
tuganUed for seveial montll3, it was
decided to abolish the old soule of
prices, which have been nilnous com
petition in the past, and to adopt
regular union prlceB. A caid with the
price list pilnted on It will be found
in eveiy union Miop In this section.
They will go Into efTect February 1.
The now sonle will do away with the
monthly customer and lalse hah -cutting
fiom llftecn to twenty-tlve cento.
The Star basket ball team will play
at Taj lor this evening
A special meeting of the Piovltlenee
conclave, No. 1!'3, Impioved Oitloi of
lleptnsophs, was held lust evening at
the Auditorium, wheio uriangements
were made for Its membets to meet at
1 o'clock at the hall to attend tho
funeial of S. M. Coison
Tho funeral of S. M. Corson, of
Not th Main avenue, who died Tuesday
evening at the Hahnemann hospital,
villi take pluco this afternoon at J
o'clock. Seivlces will be conducted at
the Providence Methodist church by
Hev. a. A. Cure. Intel ment will bo
made at the Dunmoie cemetery.
The members of the Home Mission
ary society of the Providence Presby
leilan church will hold their meeting
nt the home of Mm. N. P. Osterhout
this nfteinoon at 3.S0 o'clock, Instead
of -20, as pievlously announced, tho
change being occasioned by tho futiei.il
of S. M. Corson.
Rimer fteese. of William htieet, an
nounces himself a cundldate for com
mon councilman of the Flist ward.
Hairy Corson, of Hochester, N, Y
Is home to attend his father's funeial.
Captain Rdwurds, of the police force,
Is slightly indisposed.
Diugglst Q. W. Davis and Aldeimiin
Otto O. Meis have returned home,
after spending a few das in Hants
buig, This evening's seivlro In tho Provi
dence Presbyteilan church will close
tho seiles of two weeks ot special
meetings. "Promises" will be the
theme of the service. A large attend
ance Is expected.
A meeting of the Stationary Rn
glneeis' union will be held tonight In
for Friday and Saturday
Boys' Two-Piece Suits
(coat and pants), sizes 7 to
16 years; also Fancy Vestee
Suits, sizes 3 to 8 years,
worth up to $3.00, for
Boys' and Men's
Shoes in black satin
calf, all leather,
worth up to $2, at
of the Qallen Stock.
Leonard's hall, on West Market street.
All members are requested to be pres
ent. The Keystone club conducted their
weekly dunce in the Auditorium last
Specialty. Diseases of Women.
Room 1, over Globe store. Hours: 1 to
BSO p. m. Consultation fice. Dr.
WHY MAUDE ADAMS SUCCEEDS.
Wonderful Career Despite Her Many
Richard Duff. In Alnflec'f.
Charles Frohman has not hesitated
to star Maude Adumn In "L'Alglon,"
which Is a bold btioke, to say the
least. Maude Adams has to compar
with Bernhardt. This is not so trying
a competition In the Judgment of -the
thousands that believe the creator ot
i n.i.. nnKi.in it the "tlnest actress In
the world." Whatever may be tho
outcome, the magnetism of Maudo
Adims will be potent as ever, and
peoplo will go under tho spell. They
would yield to it. even If she tried to
do IIumpty-Dumpty or Lear. Maude
Adams possesses In abundant meas
ure the indefinable quality that con
stitutes a star, whether man or wo
man Perhaps she Is more richly en
dow cd In this gift than any woman
now on the American stage. Fev
women with as many limitations ua
she must feel have over attained to
such unquestioned popularity. She
lacks beauty of face and of figure.
Her bcope of Interpretation is confined
within the triangle of) dellcato humor,
charm and pathos. With these three
qualities, developed and driven by toll
almost religious In Its constancy, she
has conquered the field. Maude Adams
is ptobably one of the most envied
women in her profession; but no on
can justly think she has not earned
her success. She begnrf poor aaid un
known at an obscure theater west of
the Mississippi, when thai' region had
but one theater lor ten it has today.
After she had contrived to enter New
York some ears later the could get
only Insignificant pans. Many young
women of soaring ambition are doing:
the same lino In New York today.
Most of them will never do anything1
bettor. The salvation of Maudo
Adani3 was that she played such paitH
with the peculiar .Mamie Auumn -nlllcence.
Then hbe begnn to go
ahead and thus far she has not letio
graded. That she has been directed
by the foiemost manager of this de
cade Is purely consequential. Charles
1-rohman saw nn opportunity In tho
ability of Maude Adams, and he an
used It to his advantage, to hem and
to tho entertainment of the public.
ENGLAND'S FUTURE KINO.
Prince of Wales Not Half ns Black as
Those who know him well do not
licsltato to a&sert thut he has been
harshly judged by the majority of the
public, says Suoceas, of the Prlnco of
Walen. They say that, although he
may have been wild In his youth, It
Is year's Blnce ha has been the hero
of any such ebcapadeti as gained him
notoilety of tin unpleasant bort, in the
sixties. Ho Is now a dignified man,
who appreclatea the lesponslbllltlcs of
his position. Ills kindness to children
Is proverbial and eveiyone known how
fond ho Is of all animals. He Is also
kind to his servants, and to all de
pendent upon him In any way. If ho
is interested In horso lacing, ho In also
Intel ested In the development of Ilrlt
1th art and music, and lends his sup
port to every effort toward their ad
vancement Ills excellent w-orlc as
president of the Hrltlsh Koyal Com
mission to the Pails exposition l re
sponsible for tho excollent show Ins
made there by Urltlsh art, and for the
urreut success of the elepant National
Pavilion, In tho Hue des Nations,
Abovo all else, the Prince of Wales
has an Inlluenco that is far-reaching1,
and of irreat Impoitnnce to the Hrltlsh
government. Ho Is a favotltc at every
.- .tiaiut m ju-m ,v '-ta.v. .
Some are of-
Men's Strictly All Wool
Suits, in blue and black
cheviots and some fancy
patterns, worth up to $io,
and pearl Alpines and
Derbys, union made,
worth up to $2, for
220 and 227
I YCEUri THEATRE
'-"'Rals & Bureunder, Lciaceiand Mm
A. J. uully, uusincaa manager.
and Kemper, pro.
eeat Mr. Hoary
Miller, In "XUeluur
Savage," by Made
line Lucatto Byley,
The most remark,
able play of tho
period daring1 in
plot, thrilling in '
action, replete tiitH
comedy. Oast to
cludeai riorance RoikwelI
Arthur Elliot, ,'
The massive Meat
an epoch la atagtt
SEATS ITOvv ON BALB.
I'llICE? Evening, 23c, We, lie, 1.00 (ol l.Bu
ilattnce, 25c, 60o, Too and ft.OO.
One rerformanca Only,
HOVIMY MGIIT, JANUAItV M, k
William Gillette's .
Comedy Succeas, . JiuU .
Loved Him 5o
"The Littlo Jllntster of Farce.'
Ai plajed nearly two hundred nights at th
Madison fequare Theater, New York.
Priceo 2Dc 80o . 75c and t 00.
Seita now on tale.
One Night Only,
Tfo?sday, Jan. 22.
Wm. A. flratly'a handkome production,
Sorrows of Satan
I'rom tlie famous book ot tha umi samt hj
The lime treat cast and production ttiat net
with triumphant tuccci here la.it seaion.
PMCES Mc., M., T5e. and $1 CO.
Scats on sale fitturday at 0 a. m.
ACADEHY OF HUS1C,
RBIfi&HUUclUNnnti IIARpV A. BROWN
Manager and Lesitea. Local Maaagcr.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Morrison Comedy Co.
Thursday evcnlntr, "Coon Hollow."
lrrld eienlnj "DlamonJ llracalet Robbery
Saturday aicnlnj "Daugera of a Great Clt;'
AI.lt NI.XT U'EKK.
THE HILLMAN COMPANY.
Matlnre Price to anil 20 cenK
r.vening prlcti JO, 20 and 30 cent.
court In Europe, and has a list of no
cjualntanccs extending lound the
world. In the event of International
complications, eveiyone In the foreign
nfllce knows that tho Prlnoo of "Walea
would have much lulluenc In the set
tlement of the dlfllculty.
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