The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 08, 1901, Page 7, Image 7
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, Al'liLL 8, 1901. iiii fc1 NORTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA SPRING SALAD BY WHITNEY BTORY OF THE MINISTER WHO TOL.D 01? DEATH OF ANANIAS. Signs of SpdriR A Few News Notes. Porsonnl on.1 Other Driftwood. Concerning the Erie Boilermakers. A Consistent Stnrruccnn. Jrfclsl to tits Fa.inton Tribune. SiiMiucli;.niui. April 0. A i.-n Sun days ago u Montrose mliitatcr preached a "eimon on tho evils of mendacity, to a larso I'uiisregutlon. In the courwo of hla remnrks he nlluded to the tragic duiith of Amtnlns. At the close of the .sermon an old deacon took the minis ter aside, and Informed the luveiond Kfiulcnian thut he had made n mis tithe In repaid to Annidas. "How fn'.'" united the awtonlfhud dl Mnc. "Vli. , by telling the congregation that Ananias Is dead," paid the deacon. "I-I don't understand." wild the lnlnlbter. in sonic confusion, "flense explain." "Dunn H!" said the deacon, "nearly every nam In the conRregatlon Is an oflico-secUcr, and vvIumi they learn that Ananias is dead the whole durned ciowil will want to illl his place!" .vnws ctritnnxT. It is piuUible that the striking Kric iwlli'i makers and their helpers will re tumi; work next Monday. James Mack, of llartfoid, I'onn.. manager of Tim Hurley, the Susque hanna init,'lllst, wants to tun his man ui apraliist "any mlddlew eight in New i:iiKland." "Uooil Friday" services weto today hold In the local Catholic and Kplscu ji.il churches and largely attended, Tlii.-t borough's indebtedness is only $;!Si).!H. Tliu "Old Arkansaw" company will appear In Jlogan opera house, April 1-. 't'lie (.'.iiiiivvneta Water Supply com pany will piobably add several large springs to Its plant during the .sum mer. .lfST BUTWKBX L'.S. Th 7 good that some men do may be lntcri.'d with their bones, but the cof lins of some men aie not ciowded. A female lecturer on woman's rights says tin women want "stable hus bands." Perhaps that explains thir weakness for coachmen. IJy a premature explosion near For est Oily a miner was fatally Inlured. The local papers that that a "similar a, eident" happened to a man some yarn ago. The illlfeieuie between a washer woman and a ballet girl Is the former gtts her living with her aims. After the man has finished putting up the stove-pipe the family parrot has to be kept out of the room when the minister calls. It Is a singular phase of human na ture that when a man gives his wife a dime to buy a paper of hair pins or a gum ring fur the baby it looks about twice as big as when he planks it down for r 'd rum. A CONSISTENT STAItltACCAN. The eraeious and astute SlarruciM. correspondent of the Forest City News begins Ills batch of news with this: "The late Cieneral Ilairison and Mr. Whitney, tlie conespoiuleat, hav used considerable space 111 the newspapers on account of their 'lying in state." Air. Whitney may not have 'lied' in the state Mr. Harrison did, but It is tafi to say tjt.tt li has lied in all the states lie was ever in, and when the time comes to 'lie in state' he will prob ably be able to make himself believe it is nothing but an old-fashioned lite jdaie." And it ends with this: "Un cle Pan Wrighter iim-i1 to be a crack shot, niton lie killed a deer at such a ili-tnu. that he was compelled to nil.. b ' '"i IiN ammunition to pre seiM i until he lould got to it." Con i ily nec?ssary. i " UN Till-; WINC. The KiU e'igitiiets do not ccp'it that tliey will ho compelled to pay for the Chicago history of Up.i Krie en gineers. A whole raft of Chicago pub llsheis appear to be engaged in skin games now ailays. Colonii Charles C. Pratt and f.unlly, who have spent the winter In Hlr.g h, mitim, aie reluming houiu to Now Mllford. William .1, Pike, of Hallstcad. Con-grcf-Mimn litcnv's able and popular i-ecroiaiy, has nearly regained his health, which, for n time, has Iv-on pieeailous. The ih-lo will, during the spring and summer, make great impiovements all along tlie line. Tlie liclawiiie and lluihon Is still ini pioWng its Nlnevah branch. Vho WATCH DOGS. Ever on the- Alert AHvo to Every Form of Oppression Kept on EdgeBurdened Boyonrt Endur ance Nerves Give Out. Tim machinery of a mill that gtluds day and night lias to shut down now and then for rcpalis. It Is the saine way wltli your nerves. Overwoik, clum application, our wu of living hi Ins about ueno waste that sets up symptoms of vailous kinds, it may bo falling strength, weakness, languor, headache, slceplc.ssne&s, etc, Whntover It is, urrve force Is lacking and the means of lestotlnff tests with Ur, A, W. Chase's Nerve Pills. A great many peoplo In Kcr.iiuon vouch for this. Among them Is Mrs. Joseph .Mitchell, nf No, SUA Unden sttcet, West Scran ton, 1M who says: "Dr, A, W, Chase's Neryo Pills am Hue. I wib all out of order, nervous, and rounl not sleen, weak and mlhoiaule. The kidneys were sluggish and the hack lame. Nothing seemed to help mu until I got a bos of tlie nervo pills m Matthews Bros.' drutjr Htore, temporary licatlitmrters cor ner Washington and Lackawanna. Since took them I bleep well, don't jet It and talk. My nerves arc steady, 1 fee) stious, and the kidneys me working well again. 1 am more than pleased, and glad to recommend the medicine." Dr, A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills arc sold at 50i a box at dealers, or Dr. A. W. I'hase Medicine, Co., llulfalo, N, Y. Sec that portrait and signature of A. V. Chdtc, M. Jj., uie on every package. gieat work has continued for fl year, night nnd day. S-OM10 DUIFTWOOD. This kind of weather would give n frog rheumatism. hot us hope that the cuily robin has not shed his flannels. "One hand In the dough is worth two In tho dance" Don't hit a man when he Is down, unlcs you are sine that he will nevrr set up. If lovply woman wants to mnko homo atttnctlvo to her husband, she ought to study tho free lunch lay-out In n first-class saloon, When asking a man to "have some thing," the Interrogation point Is a superfluity. The modern devil in full dress suit may be no better than the fellow in tall and hoofs, but he's n, mighty sight (rattler to look at. Few of us ever discover bigots among those who agree with uk In our own religious convictions. poT-pounni. Woik upon the now Congregational church In Oakland has been resumed. MIfs Isnbelle I,. Solomon, contralto soloist of St. JInrk's Kpivcopal church in Syracuse, will sing In Christ church on .Sunday evening. The striking Krlc holler makers and their helpers held an Important meeting last evening. Tlie Crescent club will hold a social hop at the Starrucca House on Mon day evening, April IS. Today, being a legal holiday, the banks nre closed. The common council Is taking action In the matter of holding n special elec tion to vote on the proposition to build a (ire hall. Detectives are hot-footed after the burglars who broke Into the powtolllce at Dtandt on Friday evening lasc. SIGNS OF SPUING. "The signs of spring most often seen About the close of Lent, Are rather black and white than green, And read: "This Fiat to Itent." Joe Muiphy purchased a new wheel barrow one dny last week. Crawfords ville Inquirer. Pedestrians were obliged to go on horseback for a time at least. Clinton Banner. Dave Dawson lias had his sugar hush on tap for over a week, and the sap runs every warm day. Who says spring Isn't coming? West .Union Ua zette. Tale of a fat preacher: "(lev. Piatt tilled the pulpit or the Congregational church at Atwood last Sunday. Mine ola News. In Starrucca. a preacher asked: "What is it, my hearers, that drives men to drink?" A voice from the back scat replied: "Salt mackerel." The esteemed editor of the Forest City News asks: "If women are really angels, ivhy don't they fly over tho fence, instead of making such a fear fully awkward job of climbing?" And "AVInter lingers in the lap of spring." Winter has no shame. IN SUSQUKIIANNA COUNTY. The county court convenes Apill 15. The funeral of Mrs. C. McLeod, ot I.awsville. took place on Wednesday. Itev. and Mrs. A. F. Harding, aged lesidents of Gieat Pond, are quite III. A number of Hallstcad young men have this week gone west, to engage In business. A young son or County Superintend ent of Schools Moxley. of Hallstead, on .Monday narrowly escaped death by drinking carbolic acid. Medical aiil saved the little fellow's lire. Delawaie, Lackawnnna and Western railroad callers at Hallstead have re ceived orders that they need not go over one mile fioni the station to call men for duty. The stock of the Hallstcad Chair company is selling at par. A ten per cent, dividend Is anticipated for the coming year. Whitney. TU1NKHANNOCK. Special In the Siiaiiton Tribune Tunkhannoek, April . The .Monday club will meet at the home of Jlrs. Aaron Hi own this afternoon at 'J o'clock, Programm? as follows: "Wil liam Hlnck. His Famous Pen Pictures of Scottish Highlands," Mrs. Moss Horrick: Selections from Barrle, Mrs. I), Hillings; "Thomas," Mrs. Ueynolds; music, by the club; "LlUo Talks. Pennv Weddings," Miss Kclfer; "Nick Sticks," Mrs. lirenville; "Konnet Lairds," Mrs. Hi own; "Old Mortality," Mrs. Meed. Mrs, Arthur Sterling, of Meshoppen, was the guest of Mrs. .1. L. Carlln on Friday. Mrs. Peter It. Uoideu visited friends at Wllkes.JJaiio on Tluusday and Fri day. Frank D. Miller Is home rroni Prlnce Icn loilcgc. Miss Daisy Chllds. of Olean, N, Y Is spending her Easter vacation with h.M' mothei. Mr. nnd .Mis. Joseph Wood Piatt and daughter, Jtutli, spent Faster with Mrs. Piatt's mother. .Mrs. J. K. Peck, at Kingston, .Miss Helen Lewis and Marlon Met ealf visited n Wllkes-Hane on Fri day. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Kram and family, of Wynluslng, spent Kaster with Mrs, Krum's parents, District Attorney O. Smith Khmer was hi Wilkes. rtnrre on Saturday. The Wyoming conference will meet in West Plttstoii pest week, commenc ing Wednesday. April 10. and closing Tuesday. Apill 1G, Rev. H. H, Wilbur, of the Methodist Kplseopal church of this place, will bs In attendance, Hon. Martin Urungess, of North nioi'elaud, an ox-mcniber of tho legis lature, wus looking after business mat ters in town on Saturday, HAWLEY. Cpcilil la, tlie ScrJtitoa Tribune, Hawley, Apill 7 Among those spending Kuster here were Messrs. Marcus and Thomas Tuttle, Mlsc Klla Palmer and Mabel Hodgors, of Wyoming seminary, and Messrs, George Lobb and Grant Kellini, of the Scranton Business college Asa Ihyant, or Honesdale, spent part of the last week at the homo of his uncle, James Stevenson, on Church sticct. Pi of. fieasy Is about again, a.'ter a. week's Illness. Jtev, J. J. Rankin and bon, Kail, of Elmhurst, called on friends here last w rek. Minn Mary Muriay, u student at St. Cecelia's Acudem, of Scranton, is k-pendlns F.aster with her parents here Miss Alice Crane left Thursday for oneontn, Ni Y whoro she will (flUe h position In u millinery store Mrs. Lot Atkinson Is spending the wrek with her daughter, Mis, A. H. Stllger, In Hrooklyn, N. Y. L t. Sehlnser Is In New York city. The many friends of Mis. Nettle Schnncki of White Mills, were shocked to hear of the midden death of her daughter Myrtle, who died Snturdny, Mrs. Catherine Cohan died nt her homo on the ICnst Side Tuesday nt 8.110 a. in. The funeral was held from St. Phllomenas church Thurndiiy nt B.RO o'clock. ' " ' DURYEA. Sptclil to tlie Scranton Tribune Duryea, April 7. Division 27, An cient Order of Hibernians, will present to the public this (Kuster Monday) evening one ot the grandest cnteualn mout held In this vicinity for it num ber ot yonts, to be followed by danc ing. A complete success Is anticipated and u crowded hall expected. F.xcr clses will be hold In Melcalf's hall at 8.30 p. in. The programme to ho ren dered Is as follows: Solo, John Uoyle; Instrumental duet. Irish nlrs. Austin Gavin and Miss Thornton; "A Leaf from Life's History," M. J. Kearney; solo, Mary Burns; address. K. ,r. Moore: solo. William A. Lynott; Jig and reel, Nicholas Owen: rectfillon, Agnes Murphy: solo, Richard Hurley: buck and wing dance. Martin Hart; solo, M. J. Ryan: piano sol, Nettie Dougher; juggling, Benjamin J. Ca vanaugh: "Mabel Song." M. J. Kear ney: solo, Mary Uatchford: duel, J. McIIale: Kdward Kearney: club swing ing, E. J. Routt: solo, Leroy Hull: solo. John Rntchfoid: dance, Michael Carr; Intermission; buck and wins dance, Frank Price; and several others. K. J. Moore, of Wllkes-Barie county president of tlie Ancient Order of Hi bernians, will attend and give an ad drers. George Anunermnn, of Giove street, attended the session of the Golden F.agle lodge, of Pittston, Friday even- "& , i.. Joseph Cox, who was so dangerous ill of meusles, is slowly recovering. The Delawnre, Lackawanna and Western company paid Its employes at the Hallstead colliery Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. S. Anderson visited tho former's brother. Mr. Charles Ander son, of Parsons, Sundey. NICHOLSON. Special to the Scranton Tiibtine. XiilioNon, li,, Aptil u. A i-pedd iivlim ol the C.iatxi Lodge ot PennvhAiiia, Independent Onler of Odd Fellows, comened the third day ol Apill, 1901, In the I. O. O. 1'. hall. Nicholson. Pa. tiiand Jla.-ter Deputy 1'i.incei II. Ti ansae, o( Ainclii Iteheeoa. lodfie. No. ", of Uiceyiille, with the a.--istJ!irr ol the past noble grand' of I'aulovwia ltebccea lodge, Xo. 35, ot t-'actoryiillc, Instituted Juanll.i Rrhetra lodge of Nif.linNnn with the follow Ins oftkcM for the en-ulns tetm: Noble gund, Jlii. Clara Decker; ire grand, Jli. Julio, Davis; secretary, Mlis Julia W'jincr; finan cial f-ecrctary, -MUs Mabel Stephen',; tieatttier, Mia. Lillian 1'iopcr: chaplain, Mi.. llaniet John con; light support to noble gland. Mm. Angle Cohin: left -ippoit to noble gland. MUs V.iy MiC'onnell; right Mipport lo ;Ue noble grand. Mi-'. Lhtlc ltouglit; left suppoit to vice noble gtnnd, Mis. Lottie Docket ; lotuhicloi'. Until .lolimon; warden. Mi,-. Liny .laiquc: lighl altar suppoiler. Mrs. CJertiudc Dtigg; left altar nip potter, Mr. Ituldah Steele; inside guatdlan, Mm Maty VVerKhrUcr; outside guardian, Mr. Phoebe I.oid; tttwtees. Mm. Ilantet. Jolition, Mis. Get trudc Drips'-. Mis. May MiConncll. All the past noble grand of I'.iulowna Hebetca lodge, Xo, 3S, of rartoiytllle, wete picvcnt esiept one, (irand Ma-tor Deputy Fiances K. Tiausue was assisted by the following officer: fast Xoble Ciand Sara S'tantoti. gland inu-tcr deputy; 1'ast Xoble Grand I'.uilowna Brown, giand rectoi; Vast Xoble Grand I'mnia Itiiode-', grand warden; Past Xoble Annul Xellic Citeene, grand conductor; IM'.t Xoble Grand Xeltie Gardner, (J. I. G.: 1'ast Xoble Gtand Fan ni.i Ueynolds, grand chaplain; 1'ast Xoble Riaml Ida Iliitton, grand inside gnatd; Past Xoble Giand Atrlbella Carr, giand inaiMiall; 1'ast Xoble Gtand lara Paiinitcr, grand out-idc guard. Thoe pte-ent from fnctoryvillc weie: Mi. and Mi. G. W. Stinlnn, Mr. and Mis. X. A. Gaul hit, Mr. and Mr-. A. A. Uioun, Mr, and Mis. M.. It, Ilhodos, Mis. J. A. Iliitton. Mis It. II. Uey nolds, .Mrs. George Carr. Mis Nellie Gieene, MNa Angle lthodcf, Miss Hattie Cltri-man. Mrs. Clan Paiinitcr, Mrs. Chaiies Knapp, Mis Klnora. Mrs Me-engei. Mr. Ray Potter, .Mis It. II. Holgate, .Mr. A. Woodruff, Mr. n. J. Clirisntaii. Tlie Ladles' auslliary of the l. II. iliuirh will meet with Mis A. W Stephens Wednesday alteinoon, Apiil 1". frnpper will be cneil from ," to 7 o'elorK. Mr. Italph 1). Williams, of Si union, W.llcd Mr. and Mis 1'. A. Pakei, i'liday. iWOSCOW. Mr. Iloiare .loncs and family hale moved intu S. s. Yeigei'-. hou'c on Cooper street. Daniel Gaidncr, of the I nlverslty of Penn-jl-ania, and Aitlmr Gaidncr, of W'.ioniing ccminary, .pent their Ua-tcr .leation with tlteir patents. Jit. and Mis Y. P. Gardner. Jllsi Nettie Klngood, of New Yoik city, is hdt ing her father, U. Khrgood. A minilier of joung people fiom this placo attended a piity tor Claude Alms, at Yotllle, last 'l'iieilay evening. Mi. and Mis J, 11. Loieland and son, Henry, icimncd home 'Ihursday fioni the south, wlicic tliey liaie been hpendlng some time. Tin- Woman's ltelief corps held a 10-cent sup pr at the liotne of Mr. and Mrs. George Doittee I'lMay evening. Mt.s Ik W. Davis and daughter, l'lotcnce, of l'.hnhmst. t-pent 'I'liuroday night vvltli the lor inei'i, inother. Mis, Chailcs Noack, who Is ill. II. G. Filsehkoin and family have moved to Poily Foil. Ml-s Until nidunond was called lo Mooslc I'llday liv the ileatli of her mother. Charles' 1 low d and family, of Palrville, have moved on II. G. rrischkoin'K faun. Ml' Gturc noitin and Mini Maud Daly, ot Sian. ton, vblttd tiicnds in town. MEXICO'S BIG VOLCANO. The Name of It Is Often Mis-Printed in the Books. J'loin tho New Voik Sun. For many years our school Geograph ies have Blven the mipposcd pronun ciation of the name Popocatepetl as tlie name of the famous volcano of Mexico has been spelled. Children have been tmiKlit that the last syllable was pronounced ns thoue'h It wero spelled "pel" and they have pronounced the whole name with the accent on the "eat." According to V, P. lloeolt & Co. of tho City of Mexico, who have writ ten to tho Board on Geographic Names, WashltiKton. In leference to the pro nunciation nf the name, the old usage encouraged by tho geographies Is in correct. The name consists ot two words. The first word, Popoca, Is accented on the second syllable po, The second word, tepetl, Is accepted on tho first .syllable and is pronounced as tunugh it were spelled "taypel." The pame of the volcano Is thus pronounced very dif ferently from the common usaire In this country. In the Inn rtpoit of tln Board of Geographical Names the spelling Popocn-tepetl has been uq. thoriaed. MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS for Children. Mother Guy, lot )cais a nurfc in the C'hildren'a Home in New Yuk, treated li11 hen kuu.-fffully vtlth a irincdv, now pirpared and placed In the diu utorit, called Mother Clay's bvveet Powdeie (or Children. 'I hey are harmlnm at milk, phaunt to take and never fall, , certain cure for leveiUhnew. i-ontlpjllon. headache, teething and rtomach ditoiden aud liniovc woiiiu. At all dnigiflstj, '.'jc. bample tent Fm'.F.. Adlitt4 Allen is. Olmsted. I.efloy, N. V. DIRE DISTRESS. It Is Near at Hand for Many Scranton Readers, Don't neglect itn aching back. Uncknchc Is the kidneys crying for help. Neglect hurrying to their aid Means that urinary troubles follow quickly. Dire disaster, diabetes, HiiRhts' Dis ease. Prollt by u citizen's experience. Air. Bryan Flynn, of 2JS Grant ave nue, Hyde Park, employed nt Bi legs' breaker, says: "There was a dull, gnawing pain Just over my kidneys for two years. If I took cold it always settled In my back and mode me lame nnd sore for days. I read much about Donn's Kidney Pills In our papers nnd heard others speak of them so highly that I decided to try them and Rot a box nt Matthews Brothers' drug; store. They straightened my back nnd com pletely rellevad the other weakness. I have taken lots ot medicine and doc tored, but I never had anything do me so mucin good as Doan's Kidney Pills. I have had one or two slight returns of the pain in my back, hut a dose of Doan's Kidney Pills never failed to quickly banish It." For sale by till dealers. Price, 150 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.. sole agents for the United Stntes. Remember ths name, Doan's, and take no substitute. UUUMXXKMXXXX1 O Military 8 Gossip- It is planned to devote a portion of the money whicli will be realized from tlie sale of tickets for tlie coming mili tary ball to the purchase of a complete and up-to-date equipment for the large and splendid room in the basement ot the new armory, which is intended to ba used as it gymnasium. While the room is not quite as large as Ulie pro posed gymnasium in the new Young Men's Christlnn association building, it is being planned to equip it just as thoroughly. Its use, of course, will be strictly limited to the members of the regiment, as will the use of all the other features which will make tlie basement of the new armory the most sought-after place In the whole build ing. These include the larg? swimming pool, ThxHO feet in size, which is now being constructed and which will be jeady for use as soon as the armory Is opened. In conjunction wlth this there will be a ssries of shower baths. The one hundred yard rifle range, run ning in a tunnel underneath the wliole length of the Ui 111 hall, will be an other attractive feature. Tt was origi nally intended to combine the rlllc range and the two bowling- alleys which are to lie constructed, but the latest plan is to erect the alleys In a separate frame building adjoining the armory on tlie .northerly side. This will probably be catried out, as It is not considered feasible to combine tlie tw o. Three of tlie companies of the regi ment. D, F and 1j. have established officers' schools for the instruction of the thirteen non-commissioned ofllccni attached to each. Company V and V schools are conducted on Mondny night and an in charge of Captain A. It. Footo and First Lieutenant Franklin Henshaw, respectively. Company I.'s school is conducted 'half an hour be fore nnd half an hour after drill and Is in charge of Captain William A. Raub. Instruction Is given in tlie manual and In guard duty and in Com panies D and I. is verbal. In Company F, Lieutenant Henshaw prepares it series ot questions for encli session and has every odleer give written an swers to them. This plan Is consid ered the best and will probably be adopted by the other companies. t Major W. S. Millar, founeily Inspec tor of the Third brigade, has received ills commission as assistant adjutant general of the Third brigade. Tlie commission Is for a period of five years and Is signed by Governor William A. Stone. Captain D. U. Athcrtuu, adjutant, lias been ordered by Colonel Wat res to conduct an election In Honesdale on Thursday night, April IS, to Illl the vacancy In Company K caused by the resignation of First Lieutenant Ed ward K. Walsh. He Is instructed to lill any vacancy which may be occa sioned by the election. It is currently reported that Cap tain Caspar, of company M, Ninth regiment, located at West Pittston, will soon resign, and that Fremont Stokes, formerly captain of Company F, Thir teenth regiment, who has lately moved to Pittston, will bo elected In his place, . Seven poor unfortunates who had been absont from drill during the past two weeks without a good e.Neusc were court-martialed Friday night by Lieu tenant Colonel Stlllwell and were lined various sums ranging from $2 to $10. Six of those arraigned were members of Company D. m w C.iptatn W. A, Haul), of Company L, has promoted Corporal Wilson Bailey to thu rank of sargennt and 'has up pointed Privates Stanley Miller and Garfield Williams to be corporals. In nu order Issued ColonsI L. A, Wutres has appointed Corporal Lewis U, Carter, of Company A, regimental Inspector of rille practice. Attendance at drills is being rapidly enforced by the various company com manders on account of tho annual In spection, which begins on May I. It la felt that every etfort should be made to put the regiment back in Its od place at the head of the guard, where It stood for so many years, and Colonel Watres lius Instructed his captains to bend every energy to attain this result. All hope of conducting tlie Inspection in the new armory has now been prac llcully given up. 6000O0CO000O THEATRICAL. ooooooooooooooooo ATTRACTIONS TODAY. AGADUMY lictie Mvrrs romp my, Matinee and night. flAMITV Din.iilivay niirlequclii-Miitlnee and nlghtr Bauci's Band Concert. In .iiMltlnn tn the tvenlna; ioikpii on 'llmi day next, lUiier' hand will Rive a tutitlnee at the Ljeruni nt iTO lor the heneflt nf ihllilien ntnl others who nre inniMe In ntlend the euiv Ingr performance. 'I he linnalm of tevei.il of the rlbiril utile ItiMllullum of lite illy have liirti Invited In .".ttend the mnlluee ftee of iluue. All ot'ier children under Hllcen c.irt l me will be admllteil upon 1 tent ticket. Admis sion for adulM 23 cenH to nit putt of the home. Not nnd lose eat i.0 ient. llegittar prkci will prevail nt tlie evening romeil. Irene Myers Company. The bene JIjcm company opens a week' en gagement nt the Aiiideiny of Mulc today, pie nentlng nt the matinee the celebrated Sew Voik and London niecav, "Puder Two Vlag," with Utile Irene Jljef In the dltllcult lole of "Ctc aietle." Tonight the gient scmalloital melo ihama, "The Stowaway," will be presented, every neieKll,v' imaginable for a flr(. cIjm ptodnc tlon of liiN pleie U milled by the company. 'Ihe 'jfe clacking cue, In tho second ait. I one of the most icalijillp jtigc effeett iver pro duced. During Hit week oilier bis productions will be pieeulnl. T.lltle bene appeirlng In Mill. Broadway Burlesquers. Hatty l.cLtalr. the popular and well known haunter comedian nnd leulesqiter. U the head liner IliU ieii?nii for" the nto.idvv.iy burlrtquer. who me In piny a letutn engagement at the new (ialcly theater the first half ot thh week. TiiU aitIM l one of the lew who Impiovel with use, and who hu endeared himself to the ammement loving public by hit cniefut and conscientious vvnik. Xo lip.liod half conceived or badly ilreswd poiliiiy.il, of any iliauitvi aie given tn an audiciue by Mr. I.cCl.ilt, 'lhi li vvh.v lie retains their innlldenie nnd Is aiw.iv. given such a hearty wehome. The company svlildi uiioimdv Mr. beCkilr tbii scinoti Is an all-star one. They give vou u gieat hugb and an ruiHe's ili.iin of tun mid novelty for your money. The two builesque. aie "tan and Tan," and a liiniiolo.K saliie. on "Woman and Wine." 'Mils gieat pindintiou wa Ihe niot notable one In New Yotk last .caon. 'I lie in gagament begins with lodai't matinee. Bowery Burlesquers. llulnr A: -r.iivon'i. Iloweiy Huileiiiets will be tin- alttaclii.n at the new- Oaielv theatei the la.i half of tliis weik. the luruit ftuggest at nix r the iiim,ili.t illvei-lt.v and htruilh of tlie how, which is hesded by pet haps mine of ll.e best anu iuo-1 ravorcu ouiie-i'iue aiioii. The entile cotnpanv will be seen In two lrw and .ilgitial builesqnes enllllrd "( hop s.iuv" r.nd "Hie Miiek M.i'-c." m whhh no pains m expense lave icni -pnied in make tlieut Ihe be-t hurlclt.ts ever olieied. STAGE NOTES. Mr. Aitlnn D.i'.iald-Mi, who is meeting will. mu li eiiiphiillc vuiess In Ihe ttllc lole ot "(.ill Cmlsuii." I'3, sinie nis adoption of Aineiiia .ij UU pi'iiuamnt home, and (he Ameiiean slage as his field rf endeavoi, npptared in a divciilv . loles tanging trom comie opeia lo cniued.v diaini. 'it his bet friend- toiuede that in tlie I'eliue.i (Ion ' (he Swedish thaiacleis he ha- found his icatesl tiiitmpii. Mmh of this is peihaps ti.te to the fn, t thai Mi. Dotiahbnn is httuself a Scaridinav'au, lie having noen bom in tin- vill, of N'oiJioliil. SiViilen i'la.vgoti-, will meet wilh Ri.ililli .ilioii Hie a i nouuccmeiit that David ISehsio'.s famous and nee rhsfnl play, "Tlie Heart of Matylitnl," is lo b.- piciculfd at Hie l.vieum soon, lid intetLso anil cnmul.itive lieail inteiest, the heruii- hliug glcR of its hcioine, Mat.vhitid C'alvetl, In iisuie hi-i' lover fritu the ignominious death of a s,iy, and ber fiii.il triumph; tlie typical individuilll of the uuinctrus baraelere, the louuntff ism f tlie sloiy and tie teallslie and piiluiesipte bi-aiil .if its t-icuir illiLsliatious all i oiubiiicil, have made it a inaiiilt.ii Itiumph of (he diamatit' geniii-. 'Ihe iem.ilk.ible u . ess tlil atlendul I). II. Soilit'tu and Vttgitui llanied in (heir piodiutiou of "Hamlet" at lb Xew Yoik C'atdeu tliealer has been icpeated iu eveiy (ilj they have visited since leaving New York. At Ihe Hollls sttei theater, no-Ion, fei Hie last len ptifnnii.iiii.i.s it wan found nece.it,v to put Ihe nuheslta iniilir Ihe nlage to give mole loom for the eiiointous atidlenies. A levlvil of "Hamlet" has tint met with such tavor sime Ihe clj.vs m' Uooth; it has aiou-ed ;i petferl linor wherever picsented, :i:ul Mt. Sotltern has decided In make no new pioduction for awhile at le.i-l, a., lie will frul it impossible dining the pie-enl season lo till all the engagements ofleiecl for "llainlit." Mr. Solliem and Mi-a llanied will be seen bete with the New Yoik pioduction of '-Hamlet" khortl.i. 'the nuoimcriuent of the mining or Miss Yioia Allen and hit- gieal coiupaiiy is good news in deed. Miss Allen ionics hen- al Ihe ilo-e of her cnoinioitsly hiinemiul season of .several months nt the 'I heater llepubllc, l-vv Yoik, wheic (-lie hioke all previous leeords. Tlie dale of her appeaiaucc In Serantou has been aiiangrd for eatly in May at the f.ucmn. It is sjid thai l.orlincr Moddaid lias, exceeded ';iect.i tinre of the most enetlug iu his diamatlatlon of .Mr. Crawford's! thrilling tomautii- love Mory of old Midrid. He lias provided Miss Allen with a ihat oeler in DokiCH de Mend.iza, in whiih she is given a splendid oppoitunliy to display tn tlie best advantage her exceptional pnweis a mi eiuo. ticn.il atltexs. Doloicb was a lovublc wuiiiau, sweet and unliable; but ilie had a gtcal vvtnui; to civetiome and puulsli, and i-lii- dues It with all the power of hei uatiue. (tloty )ua.vle had lipr .loliu Stotiu, but Holmes had her Don John. Misa Allen' Mippnrting company is one nf iMeptlou.il evcelleme, comprising mult well known pla.veia as Dbct, riymptoiu, William ",'. ris Ilobert T, llainea, Marcia Yan lltessu, Clar ence Ilaud,v.s!de, D1l3.il' I;. Pavinporl, drilrude Norman and (', Leslie Allen. In all Ml.s Allru'd rompany nuiuhers over kImj- people. 'Ihe all-star piogiauniie fiom the tentluioulal benefit In be tendeied Madame .lanaiiseltelj by tlie women of the Ameiiean lage on I'rid.iv, Apill I'.', al Wallaek'a theater, will Include; .lulu Marlowe and company In the fhl act of "Whm Knighthood was in Flower"! Ulanche Pates and Campbell C'ollan In "The Queen's Messengei"; Lillian Itussell and He Yoi Hop. per in the opriatlo duet from "I'lddle-dee-Dce''; .lamex T. Powem iu an nilglual monologue; Amelia Plnghaui; William Culller Iu the rcnud act of "On tlie Quiet"; do.sepli Weber, I.cvv Fields and llavid Waiflchl; .1, II. MndihHt and Maude llairl'on In "One Tom It of Nature."; .1, K. podsou, Annie lii.li and Ilobert Kdeaou in "nkliellcu'si Miategcm"; Annie nnd Jennie Yea mans in a character i-kclcli, and YloU Allen and company, including K. ,1, Morgan, i:. I,. Paveupoit, i:dvard Kmciy, Mjion Callce, Pcidlta lliidsbclh. Helen bovvell and othcts In Ihe thltd ait of "rho riuistiaii." Many managen deillue to have au.v thing tn do with the pieseulatloii of a pjy pioduccd from a bonk, because of the lguals of dUtieM whicli liave been hovvn as the iretilt of the ttaglng of "Manou beseaut" and "To Have and to Hold," 1'iiL it is i-jld thai Ihe dtailh of new plavs is likely to force maiugeH to fait back upon the novelists for themes for nest teason. Tlie White Hats have oiganied .1 oeial adjunct of (heir organization and call it Hie "Pipe Club." Anient; Ihe officers who launched it aie well known pU)cia, who am itjleil "fias I'lpe," "Ptaln Pipe," "iteani I'lpe," ".ead Pipe," etc 'the Stjr tliealer, at Hioadway and 'fiibteenlli slii'ct, I the nest of Pie old plJ.v lioii.ea t.i give away to the inarch of tall loft buildings up town, Woikmrrj aie already hoveling liuuinlnjly about the old pile, which aiv Walljek, liviu;, Pooth and Lawrence Ilanclt. PlilUdelphla is to have a home i.ir .1 (,'eimau .lock company. Alexander Wuuter hai seemed the Aicli .Stieet theater for that purpose. Cluiles rivhnian ineireclually tiled lo utop Ihe peifowuauie of "Justice" at lluflalo' ilalming that it was an infringement on "A Tilp to Man." Failuirs of dramatUations nude fioni novels will not intcrfeicncc with the pioduction of Maurice Hewlett's "'Ihe l'oiest Lovcr," which will be put 011 nest iravm with lleitha Galland a the star. There Is Lansdowne Which You Will Find Perforated ' , - Every Five Yards On the Selvedge Ask for the Genuine And Insist On Seeing the Perforation 1 wlllll& JllllllfcSBIIP' 'llllllllL'.LSiM li; 1 kiin iwfMfi' OS. liUEi Tlie AV. Tl. Krei't move.s all pressure abdomen. Tluows lntn .-1. 1I110 miltarv onlv model for the new stralglit-fiont style i-ostiuiics. It In hygienic and beautiful. It does away with all the ills of tight lupins. least of which arc short breathing- and Indigestion. Kvciy dialer In Si-ianton lias them on sale. If yours hasn't send to us direct and vt will see that your are supplied. ERECT FORK Stvle 701 Heavy front steel. Of white and drab Jpan. Hip goied.... $1.00 ERECT EORM Style 702. Hip gored. Heavy front steel. Of imported Diamond Sateen in white and drab $1.60 ERECT FORM Style 963. Of imported Coutil. Full koivi1, bias t-ut. For small, slender fig hips $1.75 CAUTION.-Look for the lettering W. B. every p 1. wEINQARfEN BROS., THE MARKETS. SATURDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS. CHICAGO flltAlN MAIIKIir. Open- High- Low. Chit- WHEAT. lug. ' !? May .14 TU'e V1P1 ' lill'v 72 't 7!' 7I:, 7I COR.V. av il "' " 41'- duly II II'. ' i-''i (i.VlN May - ''' -'' -''1a i'Oltlv". l jv -i.-JU 15 Ti ll.W. II.?", Julv I5.W IhltJ lt.S 11,3a Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Baaed on Far of 100. STOCKS. Did, Aaktd. First National Bank K'uU Scranton Savins f'"t JW Third National Pank t') Dine Pepohlt and Discount l!inU. S75 Kvonomy Light, II. & I'.Co. .. .ii Lack). 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Ileaiu Per l' , ilioiie iiuirovv, s,,3jji,,o, I'ea lloai. Per hu., W.I5aJ..W. tlcdltim lieam-l'.-r bit,, $3.;0a'..O. liicen IVa-l'cr bu., L10at.l5. Dnioiii-l'er hu M.IOit.tW. I'loiu Pet patent, pet lihl., $t.C) Hcd Klduey Heam-tVr bu., i.l5a.',W. Buffalo Live Stock, Kast lluflalo. April 7.-ltccelpt.-Caule. IIJ iJi! slurp and laiuhj, -J") eai; li'.t. C cai. Shlpni'-iitii-Caltle, II.! eai; licep and lambs, cji; liojn, $ ui'.s; ..1 1 lie, im dcuiaud; i.ihcs. e-holie Iu clra.'$').5ciai..73; uood to choice wool lamb, i'l.Mi'iM. sheep, tleilte lo etia. i -ia SO". Hobs, heavy, v,-"''l,."" pis. "a').0i. r Only One ; -v - Form CorsPt te- from tlie bu-sl nml tlie slioiililt-rs imi-lc altltiiile. It Is tlie ERECT FORM Stvle 959. Improved. Of French C'oulll, In white and drab. Full gored, bias out, $3.00 ERECT FORM Style 962. Of extra heavy French Coutil, In white and diab and black Sateen. Full gored, bins cut $3.50 ERECT FORM Style 960. Of Imported Coutil. Full gored, blnn cut Heavily boned. 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