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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 3.001.
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n.Mi:. LILLIAN NOltniCA lfitelied Xew York city ln.t Saturday on
tin: American line slcunioi HI. J.otils, for lir-r llrst iriins-c-e'titlni-iitui
i-ci'ltnl tour. .Madame JS'ordira is in stipcrl) hunltli mid RlorlotiH
voice, having: enjoyed a Ioiir mimmor's rest in the Ulack l-'oreat,
and fresh from lier tviuiiipliK in Munich, where idle satip; tile great
roles of Isolde in "Trisltm and Isolde" and Klsa in "I.iiliC'iiKtlii,"' in the new
Trince JteRent theater. Since then, until she sailed, Madame NorJlca lias
been In J'arls, where siliu auKniented her wardrobe with wine kovpous
Kowns, which she will wear at the concert at the Armory next Thursday
night, and where she prepared with minute care, the iiroirraninir;.
On her arrival in New York, .Madame Xordioa found a cablegram an
nouncing that hi-r contract had been accepted and the engagement closed
for her to sing the "Wagnerian roles in Covent fiat-den theater next season.
This is another great triumph for tills great American cantalrlce, similar lo
that accorded her at Munich, where she made such a sensational success
that she was immediately re-engaged for September, 1002. raids tried to
gel Nordica for "Tristan" and "fiolUi'dammerimg" next, summer, but her
'ovent (Jarden engagement at London precludes this. The recital tour now
beginning will cover a vast territory and will consist of nearly one. hundred
recitals. Scranton being- the llrst lo enjoy this unprecedented pleasure. Nor
dlca. will travel in her own private car, "Ilntnliilde," tilted In a most luxur
ious manner. From present appearances, she will receive an ovation at the
Armory next Thursday night.
Pome patrons have worried a little lest her voice will mil be heard well
in that vast auditorium. They are the people who have never heard Nor
dlea in the Metropolitan Orand Opera have, never heard that wondrous
voice, the s-imilitudo of which does not exist today, save as such remnants
linger in the throat of Pattl. Never fear that this beautiful woman with
the most superb range of lone imaginable and the power and art to do any
thing she will with her audiences will not be heard to the limit of the utter
most arch, lie-sides, there is our new founding board: J'or what was it
i retted it not to assist the ears of Hie listeners.'
Tim importance of the coming Opeia
Carnival is being the chief topic of im
portance just now. and its interest Is
emphasized by the large number of
performers who will participate in the
Rivet amateur event of the year, it
will lie remembered that the Opera
Carnival of last season was the most
perfect entertainment of the kind ever
attempted In Scranton. The pieseiu
alfair is far more ambitious and will
include the choicest music of six operas
besides many specialty features, new
and fascinating. There will be four
performances, beginning Nov. "J.
The stage ollVets and the cos
tuming will be elaborately Iioati
tilul. As before announced, it
will be given by the lieclial club
ior the benetlt of the Hahnemann hos
pital. The Kec-ital club is contpo.-ed of the
pupils of 31 me. Timbei-mau-lSandoIpli.
Jts aim is the advancement of the art
of sliighiB. Tlif- members are:
Mi. II. II. l)uil., Jr., Ir.s. T. (.'. Von -ii.tili.
Ml--. I). I.. Tate, Ml.-. I . IS. htit!K"i, Mi-. .lames
i.aiduor MniliTron. Mr-. Allied l.ntu, Ml.-is
(irate spencer. Su-an lllji.l,, I.M.i ;..taean. Ulcan
or Reynold-, l.-ubol (l.ukc. CI ii.i Landlord, Ito-e
Cilltii. Alice Hum-. Metier. P'l.id, Hues
Fpraguo, Mind liuii-, Amy .fi-up. Ih-iniotla Il.ir
il, Helen Hand, I..1II1 Phillips. Katliciiiic Thoni-;i-,
Alke .Matthi.ws. lit.n c Smith. Aleua. I'elihiil;
Mt-i'. lt.ilpli Willlmii, liugn.o Meiilje.1. sclil.'ii
Iting-huiy, II. II. .-treK, Palpi! Miidam. Thorn is
Hall, I billies Iiriog. Philip loei-uiu. Ai.eomp.in
M -Mr. duties lioeisani.
The Opera Carnival is staged and
under the general direction of -Mrs. II.
V. Dixie; Mr. Charles II. noersani. ac
companist and leader of 01 chestra: ,Mr.
.1. M. Ohuuce, chorus director: Mrs. ('.
II. IVnitian, clialrman of press commit
tee. Thi' cover of the programme Is lo
be designed by Architect It. YV. Sny
der. The programmes follow j
(Ill- M'agner. 1
f-AsT or CIIAII.U Tr.n
U-.l Ml- --(l-.ltl Hlai'k
lutiinl Ml-s (ii.,ii' S)iemrr
I.ohCPKllil f I1.11I1 Krliit
Kinir II. II. Mi"-!;
rinletld; li.ilpli WHIIjiih
C 'lioi Hi lli. A. i:. I.Mrr, Jlu. It. II. SWw,
Mi. Kill llollMn. i!i. llil.i-r.Mi. (ii-ii' lll.ul;,
Mr. .Mililu-ll, Ml-se-(iiiluiile -ii.i'4iie, A1111.1 Si,
laon, Allic IIiiiii-, Kle.uioi- HevnuMs ln li.illeu.
M.iy .Minn, May IVniiMiki-i-, II. I..oolli lllli a
links, ClraiHU' It'iiiil, .lull 1 Wlilli-, K111111.1 Si,illi,
l.ll.i mi.mI.iiii, Nclllo D,-,iKr, M 11 cm I IIusIim.I.jui.i
Itiller, .luseplilnc Iliiler, lleilljli Illnc, MNi
I'.ilmei-. Miss Il-ilii'i-, Mi-1 I'lillliiw, Hilua Kim-,
.1.1) IIP MllliHnll, llflllll'lt.1 llirtls K11II0 P.ol-i
Mr.-M. . II, Tin icy, llilw.nil Hall, TI10111 14 (,'.
Il.ill, s. A. Kiliitliui). I. L Itiwlviii, Itnliert
Jnliiiton, 1m MlH licit. W, T. .Innr.i, .I.iiiim tVjie
luup, ,1, . W.1I11', .l.mip tMultii. Il.ill llolli.ler,
IU10M II tt I in. Hm.iii Diiti-r, lliiiiie Wenuel,
.1. II. .IiiO'I, II. M, Siiiil.un. W. I'. Mni, T, II.
Ji.il", Luther 'flu 111 ii, 1'nil li. (Jun-tiT, Mr. H,iljvr.
CA-'f OP (IIAIIAl-TIIIIS.
Ailinc Mi. .Ijimi liinliiei' sjnlriou
Trillin ,., Ml.- (I.11M I. mfi'iit
ljuccii , Miii l.lil.l CJUU'III
ThJiMtui , Mi. V. M, lluniir-ll
I'luKiiitriu , Mr. 'lliom.i-, Il.ill
JlfviWioor Mr. Itjlpli WlllUnu
Sc.Ntcttp 110111 l.iiii.ii Mi. .Iiine i.'aiJnor San
ilorion, MUs Sujii Iliad., Mi-s I.l.i C.iw,-au,
li-. Wlllanl M. lliiiitr.il, Mi. il.ilili William.,
Mr, l.'uji'iio Wcnticl,
Olioiuk-Mio. A, l;. I.Itlir, Ui. it, j. s'petee,
Mii. Karl llnlll.lfi. Mu. Il.il.ei. Mu. ti-vi-so
lllilk, .Ml.', Mitvlii'll, .MUv I'icurmli.' .-'ij;i)g,
.Mice llurris, Cluiior Ilcjnolci., liom lijlli-n, May
Allu.i, n. I.aville, May IVnn.i picket-, Ktlicl Holes,
r.lfjrur Pnd, .I11IU Wlillc, l.innu suiilli, IHIra
Miydjui, Nellie DraKf, Minaret Iluslut, Laur.i
Ilaltev, Josephine llaftrr, Ileul.ili Uini-, .Miss I'j.
hut, MU llntier, MIh PMIIIp?, IaIiu Kyam,
Jajiii Miiip-oii, llenriettu llril, hjillo llavli',
lfr!f. W. l. Toncy, IMn-aul Ihll, Tliomjj ij.
Hall, S. A, Kint'eliury, I. U llowl-on, Itotert
.IuIiuaoh, In Mill hell, W, T. .loner, .Uim Wyn
koop, .1, A. Waite, .amr Wlialcn, Kail llullUtir,
lliroM lliltin, lliiaii )eil;ei, Kuifen- UnUi,
.1. II. .IikJ'I, It. M. M1M1111, W. r. .Mjiin T. II.
JJjte, l.ulhcr Tlionu, I'led (iunUcr, .Mr. Ilakir,
(Ily Cilbeltaml Snllhan.)
CAST OF tTI.MtAOTDlls.
loljulliq ,,,,, , , MKs lto.-e fialleii
"irH .....,-r-. ,....,, Klunoi Hi)iioMf
I.cll.1 Mi. Allinl l.i-ter
lelii ir.s All Hum
( lirrii 01 A omen Mi.-. 11. II. S:hh'o, Mr".
H.trl ll.illistrr, Mr--. Opictk lll.uk, Mrs. Milcliell,
MK5i Cntrmlo Spr.mnf, M.iy Albm, I:. l..ivple,
M.iy lVninpiiker. Kthol lloie-, I'.lcinoi Hiiuil.
Inli.i While, 1:111111a Miiilli. Nellie Di-.ike. llenii
ctla ll.11 ris. .Miirs.iut IIiikIh.-. Ijuij Hatter, .Kw
pliinp lialti'i-, llfiitili Him, Mi" 1'alinei. Mif."
iH.i t.illieil ami Sulliun.'i
i.iii-.ivnor h. Kilph William?
I'ti.niis of Wtmieii Ml.-. I!. II. Spi.ece, Mi.-. K.nl
lloIliMer. Mrs. (ieniM Itla.k. Ml.--. Miiiltpll,
.Mi-es liertiii'lp Sii.ikiip, May Allun, 15. Lavulle,
May Pentiipacker, Kilfl Hole-, r.le.mor Po-.rl,
.Inli.i Wliili', 1:1111111 Stn'tli, clip liiake, llniii
itta ll,nii-, Maiuarel IIiil'Iu--. Lain i liilur, .lo.-p.
I pliine IIjiIpi-, lldil.ili lline, Mi I'almei. Mi-
'II. THO V'tHHI -
CV-T HI' l IIAIJAI TIM!-.
J.ptinoi.i Mi.. t,ra- -pent er
Muuii Mr. T. U. Uilliaiiis
.Male PlKiin- Mi 1-. -. A. King-lnny, I. I..
Iltml-Oll. IMivjul Il.ill, TIioiiij, C. Hall, 11.11 rtM
II. Uliii. lioiaii I ).(!.,'!. Knme Wentwl, Unbelt
li'liiwn, Ii.i Mitrlu'll, U. T. .luniv, .l.imrs Wyu.
kimp, ,t. II. JiiiM, 1!. M. Hunlaiu, W. ,1, .Myeis,
llaker, W. ,F. Tmivy, .1. A. Waiip, .lame.- Whileu,
Hail II.iIIMim, I". II, Pale, l.ulli.r Tli.mni fieJ
illy HIPI. I
c-r in1 rui!t i:i(
l jrnipii li liiare -p.mer
l!at jiiilllu 1 1 hi' TniPHilmi , ...Mi. laiscne Wenly.cl
rir.il .Iii-p Mr. lialpli Willi mil
.miu.i Mr. -l lii.iuiis Hall
lll.v I till Ira If.illliuil, Op. II in 'lliiec lt-.)
S.iiili Mine. TimliPiiii9ii.Uiiiluljili
.-.tiiopvs- .,ipp!i", tin' taiiinii- llii'p. I.iii pop.,
U ipjii'teil liy l.rr Imir, I'liaum, slip l Itnon.
cilal'lp, iiotwltli-liiinliiin Hip ilili iPMuiien pf lur
IIPiilil. Allir ipppaleil iittiinpt'i to iitncjtiiT lief
late, liu n.sf.ltci 1. 1 i-ial lip, siiiutv, she K"i'i
nuil ami ei'!: ptiinal ii-l In tin1 lilite wate- t'(
The IS.ilIel of the Ami's comprises a
baud of young people, to the number
of thirty-seven, whose names will bo
glvi'ii later. The following are the
a llia-il lilll-. In l h.iiai iirl-lli- Me,i-me', Ai.
cMiipiiui'il liy Tlii'ii nivii MiiU i.ni-. Paiiipi-i
Ml.-e- l.i oRa liii'iany, mv Si'illmp, llelin Hull,
I. .nil. i Mi'liliinn, Itatlir.tu I'i'.itl, I'Ixkikp I'IiicIi,
Mini- finitp, Maine pi'ln pi Mabel .Mih.il,
TIip Tlnre PuiIp.. - Mr, TIi.iiii.m ll.ile, Mi. II.
It. Willmr, Nlf. Milton ll'l'nniiell.
The Ymilh'. .ilul Mii'lin-' Pan if llallei nt i.io
Aae.-. MUf Aiiunila II, .lei-np, Anne II, llaml,
Aliep Helm, Ii.i Ilia I'miell, IMU.ilii-l li Alilih.tlil,
i:ieai.nr Ite.tiiuliU; Mpi. I'lenll'i suuiii;, Pi nil;
I", fuller, .lame- l.anliirr h iinler.-nn, William ,1.
TVrii.i, 'llmtiia., ti. IIjIp, Selilon II. Itllit-ljiuy,
Military i:ii.einli, 'Hip MImpj lirato Sle.it,
..lit i Phillips Allip (lliliiif, Kmni.i Selilinpit,
MaiK-ilct Palmer, riotinie Settatil, l.e Ueekir,
Xell Pial.p, Molly IH.il..-, Mae llutilief, Airn
.MX, llattle Wailc, Amu William,-, Anna Ma.
till-. Minnie sjMoii, Viitnrla Watklns. Miwi.
MilKn irCimiii'll, l'leil IMry, William Md-,
,lowi!i In.iki', 1'ianl: Claik, .luliti VlponJ, John
M.iiit.ni, Muni.- Sliitinon, Iteliiil Itlplo, .lu-cpli
( leaty, lloheit M.u.'.i.ill, Italpli Wailin;, liuitHic
TriipP, 'Iliuiiia- lluslii'.-', Ab.ni .miliniiir. tittti)
Wewereall pioud of our lovely Uertlia
Cialland the other night, Of course slio
is otii's, why not-,' Wasn't she horn In
this city? Uld nut she live lino through
the happy duys of lier eaily girlhood
and do wo not all feel a ptrsonnl in
terest in the brilliant career of thin lit
tle maid who hill!1 received so many
gifts from the fairy godmother of her
it Is only once In o rc-ntuiy that a
young girl wiilliH into success through
the fiont door of the Palace of Art in
stead of around thiotmli the scullery
environed by thn Irksome Implements
of sordid toll in that sunless at mo.--,
phere and painfully up the no I some
Mali's, to gradutions of advancement,
llertha Oallund lias done, this. Practic
ally her debut was made to the 'public
from (ho unte-rooni to tho throne in
thn I fair palace and when, one of these
day.", phe shall have, ecru red a play
ntlctiuato am truly milled to her unique
talent, vc shall ccc her ntiiiutlne elose
to Hint throne wticrc wo have crowned
few of our country women.
She Is yottng-lhls dear llltte nutlil
or our prltle. Hho comes of 11 family on
both sides unusually gifted and of
strong character. Mho Is proud mul
jmru mul aloof from the blighting In
lllieneea at the profession. Truly, the
godH have been good to her In demand
ing none of the heavy punatlles of
This does not mean thai chc has not
wrought nut her own way with hnnl
work, self-denial and thai most dllil
cult of nil things, concentration upon
one lofty Ideal. Her good fortune mu
pIstH In the great talent and the per
sonal attractions which have held her
guarded as by an invisible armor from
the taint and the rust of early effort.
UcrthiL Cialland haa as much simplic
ity and unspoiled grace of character
today ns when lu the other yearn she
was the merry playmate of scores of
our young, people. She has received
such ndulollon as few girls as young ns
herself ever know. Hho has had to
deny herself much or the pleasure
which her companions have had
through the years, but it has been as
the wine of life to her for like Steven
son In his fragility of body, she, with
her strong young health, has done her
work with a will because she, loved II,
In the beginning she had no sympathy
from those dearcsl -to her. U was the
hardest struggle lo win lh consent of
her family to a professional career.
Her beautiful mother simply felt that
It must not be so. She could not have
this sweet only daughter on the stage,
but it was Kismet and her friends have
recognized and accepted the fact with
n grace which has bepu resolved into
wonder and pride.
Her great ability In tragic voles wan
admitted from the lire I bill It has be
come evident that she also possesses
possibilities not as yet dimly given free
scope, for tho dainty subtle qualities
that enn make of lighter work the
most artistic successes.
The play has not yet been AWitten
which exactly suits her. Princess Ot
tlllo had a portion of the role. Jseult
shows another possibility but there is
something as yet Intangible which Miss
Ualiaud must interpret in her own way.
Her friends trust that soon this hope
of their hearts may bo realized.
She has been dlllleiill to please with
a succession of plays which were sub
mitted to her and the Frohmans have
great faith in her intentions. She had
refused so many as not what she felt
to be best, that "The Forest Lovers"
was finally accepted as si. dernier re
sort. It is not exactly what one day
she hopes to present.
Miss Cialland deslsned the. costumes
for "The Forest Lovers." One, al least,
of her own deserves more than pass
ing notice. It was the gold dress worn
In the third act. The audience may,
perhaps, wonder why the heroine was
seen for so short a time in this gorgeous
costume. Vhen It is realized that it
weighs forty-five pounds, perhaps it
may be understood why iny little lady
does not desire to flit about the stage
thus encumbered for any prolonged
length of time. It. is so heavy thai lit
tho chest scene a pretense has been
employed in placing- a dress therein
similar in appearance, but of less solid
quality, for the Lady Matifry to lift
from its confines.
Herman, the costumer, of .Yew York,
made the gown according lo Miss CJal
iand's directions. It is cloth of gold,
closely embroidered with sequins by
hand. Quantities of amethysts adorn
the bodice and add to the weight.
"Tho Forest Lovers" appeared In
Wilkes-llarre last night, and from
thence will go on the road for a fort
night, the tour to end in lioston with
an engagement of several weeks.
The fourso of French lessons con
ducted by Professor J. H. Salter, for
merly of Columbia university, is the
best educational enterprise of the kind
that has ever been presented In this
city. Professor Halter's method Is orig
inal and most pleasing. The students
seem to forget self-consciousness and
enter into tho conversation at. every
opportunity. It is expected that a num
ber of pupils will begin the lessons on
Monday, as the professor will assist
them in making" up whatever lias been
missed. His aim is to have the mem
bers of the class think in French, a
feat which they accomplish under his
direction with incredible rapidity. The
lessons are delightfully informal and
are made most entertaining:. Visitors
are welcomed at every session. The
afternoon class meets on the second
floor of St. Luke's parish house every
afternoon but Saturday at I o'eloelc.
Another class meets at S o'clock in the
evening. The lessons last, one hour.
It Is with pleasure that the announce
ment is made of tiie coming, Jieceinher
K, of Miss Heatrice llerford. the most
relebrnted reader in tills or any other
county. Miss llerford will bo here un
der the auspices of the Young- l.adUs'
society of thi! First Presbyterian
I'hui'i'h. AVhatever eiiterlalnmeiU that
body of energetic young people offers
ihe public, It may be depended upon to
be superior to most others.
There will be nu important special
meeting of the members of the Country
club this nftornoon at ! o'clock to con
sider tho question as to whether the
proposed additions and improvements
shall be made to the club house. Plans
and specifications of the projected en
largement will be shown. If It Is de
rided to undertako the work It will
probably be very soon begun.
Miss li.rthu. nullum! was entertained
while In this city by her aunt. Mrs. L.
A. AVatres. who gave. a. theatre parly
on Thursday night. Colonel Wat res
was In IJosion ami unnble to he pres
ent to seo the ovation to their niece,
Mr. Vatres gave a driving party yes
terday, which Included Miss nnlland
and the leading- members of her com
pany. Afterwnrd they wero entertained
by Miss Holts, at her home on Clay
Mr. and Mrs. Frauds All'icd Hone
havo Issued cards announcing tho mar
riage of their daughter, Addn, to Mr,
.Mark Klllam L'dgar, who will be at
homo to their" friends nfter December
the lStli nt 1013 Sanderson avenue,
Miss L'dilli Norton was given a most
hearty greeting by hundreds of admir
ing friends on her appearance in tho
High school course this week,
A coterie of young people will give a
dnnvct next Tuesday night at tho (Irecn
Hldge Wheelmen's club,
Mr. I-nigcucs Ham, of this city, (s lo
have an Important place on the pro
gramme at a. recital in Honesdule, Dc
Mr. Sumner Salter, connected with
tho Hardctiburgh School of Music and
Art, will appear In concert at un early
date In tho Central .MethodUt church of
Wllkcs-Hnrre. Mr. Salter is one of (lie
leading organists of Amcticiii The
other artists who will take part are!
William Clrant Kgbert, violinist, and
Miss Lucy Marsh, soprano.
Mr. timl Mis. iTnhn t Jones, or Col
fax iivunue, on Tuesday evening en
tertained a company or friends In
honor of Mr. Jones' nephew. Mr. Null,
of Nyaeki N. Y and his bride, who
have been their guests for several days.
Mr. Null Is an accomplished pianist, and
an enjoyable evening was passed to the
pleasure of which ho contributed.
Mrs. Frank M. Spencer Is entertain
ing a, house party of friends, among
whom Is Miss (iutu Odcll, the fair
sister or itcnjniiilu Odcll, governor or
New York stale: Mrs. W. F. Tabcr (nee
Miss Leonard) who Is a favorite visitor
In Scranton; Miss P-rndley, sister of
Mrs. Spencer, all of Newburgh, N. Y.,
a ml Mrs. ciarenco Halt, of Urooktyn.
Yesterday Mrs. Spencer and Mrs.
Frank Kdward Spencer gave a. curd
parly nt t lie home of the former, on
Clay avenue, which will probably bo
remembered by the largo number pres
ent as among the most enjoyable social
events of their lives. Tho entertain
ment of the afternoon was In tho form
of military euchre. Among the guests
present were Mrs. J. HenJtunlu Dlm
inlcU, Airs. W. L, Council, Mrs. O. M.
Hiillstead, Mrs. W. J. Jirown. Mrs T.
F. Penman, Mrs. 13. n. Coin-sen, Mrs.
H. 1-:. Watson, Mrs. n. 11. Smith, Mrs.
T. tl. Wolfe, Mrs. 11. C. Shnfor, Mrs. K.
K. Chase, Mrs. Samuel Wayland, Mrs.
William Matthews, Mrs. W. A. Cole
man, Mrs. II. II. Hrutly. Jr., Mrs. An
drew X. Walker, Mrs. Otto Ericsson,
Mis. Iteleharil, of AVllkes-Hane: Mrs.
J. L. Wenfz, Mrs. Allen, of Olovers
ville, X. Y.: Mrs. T. C. Von Storch,
Mrs. X. V. Led, '.Mrs. W. M. Dickson,
Mrs. A. H. Christy, Mrs. L. li. Lallur,
Mrs, C. D. Murray, Mrs. W. H. Keller,
Mrs. A. C. Twltehell. Mrs. II. F5. AVare,
Mrs. .1. S. Lynde, -Mrs. A. II. Storrs,
Mrs. W. II. Jessup, jr., .Mrs. II. H. Tay
ler, Mrs. Ueorge Slurges, .Mrs. V.. II.
Lynde. Mrs. C. II. Penman, Mrs. C. L.
Frey, Mrs. K, 1!. Jermyn, Mrs. (1. 15.
.feriuyn. Mrs. Downey, Mrs'. Duck
worth, Misses Arciibald. Pon'nypaeker,
Hunt, Spencer, Reynolds, Simpson,
Matthews. Howell, Uerecke, Williams,
Jermyn, Dale, Ollmore, Keller, Cour
seu, Dennell, Merrill.
airs, J. F. Clrnms, of Adams avenue,
gave a parly Thursday evening, in
honor of the birthday of her daughter,
Anna. Ij. All present hail a. pleasant
time. Dancing and games were in
dulged In, and at a. seasonable hour re
freshments were served. The merry
crowd formed a group and si flashlight
was taken of them. Miss Anna, was as
sisted In receiving by lier sisters, Helen
and Agnes. Those present wero as fol
lows: Misses Hlanche Uurnett. of Pitts
ton; Ilesslft Weseott, Olive Price. Mabel
Spencer, Agues Piirecll, Josephine Sul
livan, Minnie Wilson, Laura Tabold,
Jayne Orams, Madeline Cray. Blanch
Oakley. Messrs. It. W. Whyle, of Al
bany. X. Y.; Charles CSurdner. Leon
Morgan. Joseph McAunic, H. II. Rey
nolds, Harry Smith, Howard Protheroe,
Furnian. Spencer. Ray Oakley, Kennith
Ramsey, Leo Ilttlbert and William Kil
cullen. The entertainment riven at the
Knights of Columbus hall Wednesday
night for tho benefit of the Linden
Stret; temple was an unqualified suc
cess. The affair was entirely under tho
direction of Miss Frances Moses and
Miss Minnie Drleseu. and tho pro
gramme furnished by Miss nriflin, Miss
Freda. Kami and Messrs. Ralph AVill
lams and Fred Wldmnyer was most
pleaslu. Miss Irene Kami, Mrs.
Aaron Ooldsmlth ami Mr. Llewellyn
Jones were accompanists for various
Last night Mis. T. i. Wolfe, enter
tained in an informal way in honor of
.Mrs. F. M. Spencer and her guests.
The o. M. P. club was entertained by
Miss Clara, liuernsey at her home, on
Pine street, yesterday. A very enjoy
able afternoon, was spenl by all pres
ent. AL ." o'clock dainty refreshments
Mrs. nilbert D. Murray gave a beau
tiful luncheon on Thursday, in honor
of Mrs. Downey, of Oswego, and Mrs.
Olio Krlesson, of Dakota. The other
guests were Mrs. J. S. Lynde, Mrs. AY.
IS. Keller, Mrs. A. C Twltehell, Mrs.
Wain wright, -Mrs. K. IJ. Jeimyn, Miss
Dale, .Mrs. C. L. Frey and Miss Jermyn.
Mrs. Kverelt AV.irreii entertained
pleasantly on Thursday at a luncheon,
when the guests were: Mrs. 13. X.
Wlllanl. Mrs. W. F. Hallstead, Mrs.
Frederick Fuller, Mrs. it. Q. Powell,
Mrs. J. A. Price, .Mrs. II. W. Archbald,
Mrs. 11. J. Matthews, Mrs. Henry Relln,
jr.. Mrs. !.'. li. Sturges. Mrs. A. 13.
Hunt, Mrs. 13. P. Kingsbury.
Mrs. A, lie O. l'llacklntou gave one ol
the most charming- luncheons of the
sca.-ou al. "The Homestead," on Tues
day, In honor of her aunt, Mrs. M. D.
Farrer, oC Duumore. The table was ex
quisitely arranged, while chrysan
themums being massed In the center.
The favors were corsage bouquets of
violets. Covers were laid for nineteen.
Those entertained were: Mrs, Farrer,
Mrs, Thomas Dickson, Mrs. P. C CJrlt
inan of Oarbondulo, Mrs, W. H.
Ilieliinond, Mrs. Kdgorton, of Syracuse:
Mrs. t'ieorge 15. Smith, Mrs. M. It.
Kays, Alls. Franklin, .Mrs. Joseph von
Ilergin, Mrs. James Ruthven, Mrs.
Henlley, Mrs. Itoyd, Mrs. J. O, llron
son, Mrs, Charles Farrer, Mrs, 13, S.
Osborne, .Mrs. W. ('hiunheiiiu. Mrs. 0.
L. Dicks-oil, Miss Hatpin.
Mrs. Ooorge- Slurges gave n charm
ing llttlo Informal tea on Wednesday,
in honor of her guest, Miss Keller, or
Now York. Miss Sanderson and Miss
Sturges assisted in serving. Among tho
guests were: .Mrs. R. 13. AVatson, Mrs.
11, 15. Reynolds, Miss Hunt. Miss Arcii
bald, .Miss Clare Reynolds, Miss Ual
plll. Miss Mel.eoil, Miss Relln.
Movements of People
Mi-. WimVlil P. Mutt, of Mutt lUwn, is Wilt
In,; nil mil In (ieiliMlitotui,
Clilif Special Agent Ailinnon, of I lie ,ail,..
itaiiui iallio.ul, It tontlned tu l,i- Ikihh by J.
Mm. (Jeoiiie tl. MiJiy, witli lici i-li.innini luliy
ilaitifliU'li-, 1 : 1 1 -1 l.onUo an. I M-ia-iid, i vMUn'
lier pan-UK In SeiUlia. .Mo.
.Mr, OeurKC IMsar Oliver, .1 v.vlj Known niganM
ami lompor, of Albany, ,, V,, ttvs in the city
en TliurMliy, lalliiir on fiicmU.
Itev. Robot P, V, Pierce, 1), I., rclurneal it
evenlu'l ft em Mount Holly, , .),, whcie lie lias
liecu In attendance at tlm centennial iiimirtivny
teitlir-t nf Ihe l'lrl baptist tliuuli. pr. Piciec
ua paslm' of thi' ehurili l'ir fuc yean, during thu
earliest pat i hn mliiMty,
Extreme Novelty Garments.
Itavo just returned from .Vew York
with a largo assortment, of tho most
siylhfh coats for Ladies and Misses
seen in Scranton tills season. If pos
slide come Saturday morning and
aiold the afternoon rush.
MKAItS & HAC112X.
"liwttiiMle knowledge I diintetotw llilns.
So In ill Ihlnna let tu be accurate"
ItcJder.i of the Siliil riould urcntly ai'l mu
In my tisk by mklntf nuratlons (not ncir-;
Mtllv for putitlentloti), Mlileli It ponlble will
be snwrtcd in full in an tarly Isatn- of lli
Weekly Salad and their receipt elinowided
Immediately bv mall. All micIi communica
tions inujt, lioivetcf, ai a matter of rtmrte,
bear the titer's correct name mid udcltr'.i,
nt ollienvlso they cjiiiwI be taken Into ton
itldcration. Errors In Diagnosis.
Till! Klcnce ot Mtjrcry lias mule Lipid ulrtd.1
during the la.'l decide, but ftlll attruetms
lad: many sistii and njitiptuina wheieliy n poidthc
ill.iKnfo oin alir.iia lie made, 'llw MirReon
who Is nliuiyi potthe, who i.eter ctM In dlag
iiofl, generally odds to liU Hit of nccouilUit
Hients the lory of nhtiijM recoveicd. This U
one who should be feared and bliiitiucil by the
profc.!o!i nt laiffe, for liii rtlatlnc of rjiie. awl
cures ulir.i)-s fjioh of a luk nf tnitlifiiliitw.
KrroM In dlagnosli are constantly made, becaiue
we bate not been utile to probe Into the work
Iiiks of nature wllli th.it deurre of a-uianio tli.it
wntilil w.irtant petfoct di.iRiiofls in surueiy. It
19 ottim by culler iiilht.ike.i that nitfreoni gain
.1 l.iiowleili;e of the healing ait, that cannot, be
leaned fiom the tern.il of volumes of briok.
or from llstenlnij tu leclutesi by eminent jiliyal'
clans, i:prticliie U a dear teacher, and while
It U u Litter one and hard tn.nter, it Iraclut,
klmlnc-, humility rind lei nell-prai"! Id tiie
majority. ninJ especially lo thn jounger lncni
hers ol the tirofession.
It was only last weel; that, tve liul the opiwi'.
Innlly of (.ei'liiR one of our profi'lon of luur
lU'seil iiputatloii make a nil-take In illasntrttil
before a larsn ni-emblasi". To every practi
tioner It U some comfort to Know (hat all (wltli
and without itilernatlouil reputation') are hu
man, and liable to ctr In ilhiKtiosi.. Medical lit
ehniige. Telegraphic Communication of the
Weather Bureaus in. Europe.
in llumpR it bat been found tatlier difficult (o
ititiodiiic the clrcult-fjvli'iii tor the Iran-iniloii
of tneteorologii'.-l nieiJ.iRii for n finio alter eaeli
ubiervatlon. in Ihe 1'niti'd Slatis this ii very
easily auoinplNhed, but in Kutope, where the
lontrol of Ihu wiles Is in the hanil.-t ot illll'eienl
sovcriiniento, (lie difficulty of introducing a niinl-la-method
is alninit Insuimounfable. The sy.-tm
lecC'innii'itiled by llii "Pditsthe Sei'tviirte" is
tailed Ihe radial sy.-lcm, in wlilcli tho ol-erva
tioni p-i-i tlimtiRli the central oftleo-i. Spu-I.il
oli-eiAMtluin have bcin m.uli; for nearly a year
at S a. tn., mid-Kiiropcau time, at some thirty
five f tat Inns In vatiom rounlrli", inrltidin cv
eial in the lliilMi t'le-', and fouvaidod to thu
"llentM'hn Scewarte," wlilcli enables tho Him
burs olfue to issue reiiorts 5 early ,n ii a. ni.,
and tin.' f-atly pnliliratlon of IhU infoiiuation has
liifii tonnd tu lead to siifii eall-facloi-y te.iults
us to wairaul a eonsldetaMe cvleiu"I'm of ttio
plan in the near future.
Electric Traction for Canals.
An I'Mierimeut with cleetiio traction for the
foliage of liarscs i to be lli.ldo on the Ititer
I.e.i, in Knlaml. A pair oi taiN are to be laid
down cm the tow-path of tin: river, upon winch
'.till run a mull haulintr trolley piopelled by
the nrcilie.ul siclciu. It ii anticipated that by
tliis mean-) (ho transit of baiges nlotig the liver
will l innsiderably accelerated and cheapened.
If this experiment protrs Mitcetul, it l.s in
tended to establish a .similar sj.-tcm oi eleitiin
tiaction in connection vilh the vatious ranali
and waterways of the conntiy. The traffir of
rooiK by liarire.s is ety extciive in Iceland,
owinp to the cost of tiansporl, beins miicli lo.ur
than that of the iailio.nl.
Naphthalene in Celluloid.
Celluloid lias altvajs been manufactured ly
dissolvinp: nitrocelluloi-c in camphor that i to
My, fotmins a mitun of nitrocellulose, iniii
jilior and alcohol, lint theio :ue oilier wayi
nt l n i s i 1 1 ft- it, AiconlltiR to a publication of Hie
Sieielo Oenerale pour l.t fabiication lies ma
(ierits pla'.tl'jue', do I'aiir, rt'llttloid can bo made
by mins naphthaleno intlead of fainplioi. Thcr
relluli'id tlius proihtiod, (lie paper add, is Ju.t
ns pood a, if not better thin, dial in uhteli
camphor fotms ono of the ingredients.
Color Photography by Hand Camera.
It i.- announced ih.it a Palis linn is now nun
ufactiiiiiea; a liand camei.i available for nidiniiy
monoi-liroinc woilc anil lor beliothioiny. R is
provided with a dUo beaiina; Ihe tlnee-col-'r
Mrecns mounted cloi-o to (he len. IVheu tlireo
lolor woiU beiomes popularized the aniateui' will
liialco his positives either as lantern slid'"' by the
jiil.ipo-itlon of Miitably Irealed celluloid Mini',
tin: inmmerital kodak lilni, or sonittliins- i-inillir
as the Mail in? point, or lie will mike piinta
by siicri'-le bi-i.liiiim.ili' inipio-.-inns 'ii Ihe
-ainc nlicet of paper. Any rmliuary baud taui
era may bo tltted for tlnee-i-olor woiiv by bUc
(.i'sii cxpoMins by attachini; thu tlm-e-eolor
scieens and tiinir .suil.iblo tilnii1 or ilalt'. and
(ho l.it may also be eipially well Miileil tor
inoiiochroiiio work. Tho Indications aro tint
tulor tcreeiw ill pcimanent nla-s ale a lliinp of
tin- near fiiluri', and lliey wuuht be of fat- more
wrvice than tln unul ftiiiitive f.'ieens obtained
by staining p'latine and other film. In fad. it
.-i'uiis ih.it the oonsltui lion of a cin.eia for id
iiiost. iii-tantaiHsjus and tiiiiultane.-iiH r-qiosuu-.s
of the thieo plates cannot be niui.1i longer de
layed. Prehistoric Palace Revealed by He
cenfc Investigations and the Laby
rinth of Minos Discovered.
h Is hard to tealiro that al the dawn of linvk
hi-toiy Ciilo wa- .i fieat iiiaillliue power, if
lending ili fitvay over the Islands and inainls-ad
of the Aegean, and Ind developed ,i Ick.i1 e.ts
li'm ihat ah'oukd a midel even for the Lev-t'ltft-
Lyuusus in pu-p.nliiff tin Spailan iod,'.
1'ifle oirupie.s a stialeslc po.-iiii)ii in lli-j
Mtditfllaneaii. .-'lliuted at tla lu-e of tl.e
Aecan, about half way on the illiut luiite b.
tween llsypt ami tho Hellespont, betwe.'ti
I'lioenli-ii and the Pillars of Heuulep, it flood
as a Moppiiu stone between (iteeee proper and
ihe two (ontlnents wlilcli prod'.ued the tvotld'.s
e.ulli-t civilizallon-, Hemp Oriental cullure in
itn wi-mIwuiiI march mult lt tlivt Iddvinenl i'l
Ciele of any llellanle land, To Crete, time
line, in lim-t no for the oriiilns of lluicpean
Ciele is Ihe i-tciie of many of Ihe tnggo-tiiC
Incidents of (fuel: tnytliAlocy, and aicliaroloxy,
IIhourIi it disioteries, (orroborales legend and
t'onjfituiu and art'oids (he bisls of fact In as
reitaiuinc the JiUtotical. One of the intere-dimr
icsult, of modem leseatch In the muly of an
tiquity U the lealii.itloii tint the fabulous lif.
lues of (iieeic had a local habitation as well as a
name, and that myth and legend have been ior.
roboiati'd by actual remains in situ. Tims tlm
palace of Pilaiu at Troy and the home and tomb
of ABMiiiouiiion at Mjcenae have been revealed
to modem iU'--, and some- koio of yens 1150 Dr.
Sohlleinann, tins cNcavator o( these llomerio Mc,
aniiounceil In a htartllmr leleitutil to liln (ieouto
of (.receii thai lie had ilhlnlnied th" body of Ids
acologleal Inteieit has been traiiifened lo t'rtta
rovcries ilenionitralc tint tlm iiiaunir of life
portrayed In the poenu of Homer acliially e:
isted, and tlimiirh lleclor lie a myth and A?e
liicinnon .1 pod' fancy, jet men like Hector mid
As;eiiii union once lived and mated and li-nl their
The di-coteile- of Pr. Iilliinaiin .11 Tioy aial
.M)cenae untelli'd a hlthcrin unkiiowii UilU.i.
tiou and enlaigeil llie bounds 01 bUtoiy by (ho
know ledge of a pie-Hiilmlc peilod known -s
Ihe Myremuan age. Now, tie.' center of .nib-aiologii-al
ltiteivt lias j.-en Irainferifd to deto
lor 011 this 1.1 mil IM-eiil ilUoveilrs hale bc"l
Made wliit li am epoch making- in lui-ir lemlt.
as ll.cy luiTil-h wiltlen ikxmnentJ and matula)
rcinali datins bad, to tlio ,nar 2iA) II. l' and
reveal a piC'Slycenneaii periC'd, We hue at
hand, tlicieiore, available for study, iccoids tU-.h
a; will supply the icniiectir.i; linkj K-lweeii the
civilUatlons ol I'ajpi ond .Ut.tria and tlut of
In the eaily fiifik uijtliolosy lluie aie tiw
ln!c better known Hun tlut of liinc;- Minoi
ot Crete and Ids famous Ubirluth, built by Hie
skilluil hand of llacdjliu, of the cruel Jlino
uur dfiiuiiillnir liunun taiililces, of the Athen
ian hero, Tlicoei'iri, who accompanied Ihe ill
lotcd band el youths and maidens tent as trib
ute from Athens to t reteTlii'seiu, win) won
the line of the I'lliicc Ariadne, and proilded
by her with jwonl and clue, slew the monster,
found his way out of the entangling maze of
tho labyrinth and rariied oft tin I'llnecss as bit
tilde. Alter belnj liwt lo (he world fur SOo)
yeaia IhU labyrinlb of diio Known hat yielded
ltd treajuie to tin I'lik-a ol Hie JiclucelojUt,
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and wc can now Know tho royal pilace of Klnrr
3llno.s a-, it must hate hcen in the- bright, days
of its i-rjlendor and in the frelme.Jj and j oui.li
01 its monuments,
I'or unite years the site of ancient Ciios-us,
about four miles Kmth of the modern Candia,
"the city of Minos and Uai-dalus," and "tlm
ttaditional site of early Cretan civilir-ition," has
attracted the attention of archaeologist, but
TurLi.sh oceupatiou and the (iieco-Tiukisii war;
prvliibiicil any attempt.s at excavation. Tho ncv
legime, hOM-eter, witli PHiiio (leorgo of (Irecce
as blgli coiuiiiis-Iouer of (lie poweis in Ciele,
(tiered .1 favorable iipnoilunlty. and in Aprii,
HMD, Mr. Ailliur llvails and .Mr. 1). (i. Ho.
gal Hi, two eminent Kngli-di an hoeologi-ts, got
a ionec-.-ion fium 1'iinte (leoigo (o evoavate the
site of C-no-.-UJ, and id-o that of the Cue nf
I'-yihti). intimately a.ociated ivllli Hie legend)
cf the L'iciloii Zcuj. They began at oneo the
wink of eeav,ilioii. Tho esliaunlinaiy icMilti.
wltii.li ictvarded tlieir nii.leilaKings tliicw- into
the .-iiado ail Ihe atrlueologic.il campaigns of
lecciit years in lk'llinie. lands, and can be Ju-t-ly
rump mil only with the icmaikable dbiov
irie.s of I):-, t-'.-iilieinanu.
At Cnci-in was liiicoveiid a piehiPtorio pal
iue, .si liih in it- leliis of a primitive livilia
Hon that be-Ide it the palaces of Tiijns and
Mycenae bird: into iii-ignitleaiK.e. A biief turn
ui.ir.v bf Hi" re-ults is thus Biven by Mr. llvans:
"At but a very .slilit. deplli below tin wu
lice of Ihe (,'i-oimd the Kpad.i lus iiiROvercd deal
(inii'lsi and conidor, piopylaeo, u loriff biicies
hlon of magazines, i-oritalnlnc piKatitlo ftoue
,iars that nillil hate hidden the folly thieve.?,
and a multiplicity of cliainbri, pre-eminent
anions- v.hkli Is Hid actual throne room and
council dumber of Homeric Kims. The tlHimn
it-,111, on which (if tu imx.li fjilh bo p"imitled
t u-J Minos may have declared the law, is
caived out of alaba-ter, once blilliat.t Willi eob
ored dcMicrus. and nliived with curious tracery
and ciocheteiJ auadinir, which is wholly unique
in anciint art and exhibits a ttianse anticipa
tion of Ihiitouitli iintuty Gothic. In the throne
loom, Ihe wxlnn entrancn irallciy and rl.'u
Mlieie paitly -till adlierini; to the wall-, partly
In detached pities fti the flour, was a icries of
fn-.-io palntlnsv, exn-lllii? any hitown eaiiipbs
of Hie nit in Mvieniean (.'leeee. A beautiful
life-li-e pictnie of a ) until, Willi an KmipMii
and alinoft ilas.-ieally (link profile, ulvcs us thi
litsl pal Unowledae oi the race who pioduieil
this injeti'iious early titlli'.tltcii. Olhu- tU'
eees In'troiluce us to .1 litely and Idtlirttu ll'i
I.110W11 niinlatuio .stale, lepiviiitlnff aniens otli r
Hiibjects Kloup.s of v,-oimu enifaifed In animated
r.-.nei.r.ilifjii In the co-alls and mi the balionb'.s
of the -.lalac. 'Hm monumei.l- ot the nculp-'
lor's tut are equally strilum,'. li miy im mi
fuii'iil to mention lino n marble fountain in the
shape of a lioiiie' bead vi'h Liiaiiieled eye-i
fMBmenw of a fik'-w with beuvtiliilly ml
lONelte. rtiptrlor in ita l-iml lo anjtliins knuwu
fi-om .Mti-raie; nn alabister a,e naturaliitleally
eut iiorii a 'niton hlu-ll: a P'rphjry lamp with
Ki-aeetul foliation, aippotted on an "r.,ipllan
l?Inif" lotus (allium. Tho head and rarts ot tho
body of ,i in Hilillli tin painted lellcl of a bull in
Biiiii duu .no iiiitinpaMi'il f"V vitality and
I'uitlieriiioie, In ihe ch.tmben of the palace
t licit laini to Hslit a Miles of clay tiblets In
fillbed In two (IMIuct t.ipes of piihlitorle fcript,
ono hilioi-l.vplile, the ollin-s linear, and (any
ins liiilc tho eisteni of wiltten ilovunients
in an tlellenio land .some t-even centuries oaillir
thin the fiiiit hnotvii inuiiuinrnt of hlstorle
(Heel.- niltlns-. Iha work of excavating this
palain l only lnli (omplcted, and them I; no
telling wliit fuitlier ili-coviiles will be made
to add to em hnowlcdxe of this fatly Atsean
lnill-put.iblj eiiileiice lia been finnid that IMs
I- ai-ttnlly Ihe lab.tilr.tli of l.iiin Mlnoi. Tb
Imll i- litipieiitly fcuiiil In licseo and relief, mul
the ( '.-Ian double-ax, the labiyi, Ihe imblcm ol
llie Ciolaii Zeus, js profusely Kiilpttired en the
(oiiien-teiie'ii (dllats of thu palate, liit.'Irtf tor
tho tlut tiiiia the tree etjmolosy tf the dl,puted
turn Uelftl:c Labyrinth, ei tho llowte tf tho
IH'cutciii-K baldly Ic.-j rcmnl..ble wire made
be Mr, llojarlh at, the cave ol t'sycio, ro ether
than llie holy Hiilaem f J vein, wheic tool, place
llie legcudaiy union of Kciu and Duropa, inid
fiom where their oftspiir.ir, Minw, like another
Moea, biouaht down tn mankind tho law after
communion tilth the Cretan .euj. In tl.U cavern
were lound iiunurotn natncttis, jenu, votlvo
double-auK, tiiukcU and weapoiu, jUotit.sr tlut
heie pi icnioto ages was a rjcrcd shilne, wheio
plows detotcc.s bcstotird their oncilngs, and ion
tiibutlnt; to inodeiu i lines a number ot minor
weiks ol Jit, which tliro'ts lit la on thi it
I'ruri-iof l.oul.s llyer, ol 0.foid, i:u'land,
Hearst lecluicr for 1(AI at the rntwulty of
California, whu is a near neighbor of Mr. Ilvam
in Oxford, has been (litru.U'd by li f lit with nniili
unpublished HiJteil.ll Rirjidliur the latest Cie-
tan lintli. Ou liU illiutrated lecture en Mon
sale this morning
Top 13 inos. Cloth
day oveninfr. the Itth inst., befoie the Clstai&il
dub of tho Columbian university, a Washington
audience had the privilege of bearing in detail
icgaidintc the.e remaikable dieot-erie.i, that hat
added ."' much to our knowledge of antiquity.
Yearnings in Tree Stems.
The lollowins item i.s taken from the ad
dre-s of the pitvident of the Society of Plant
Moipholoey and Physiology, given at its recent,
iiiediiifr in Ilaltimoic. As a special indication
of climate tho presence of giowtii rings (in
tree-,) has long- been tegarded as one important.
fai.tor. The general po.iition may, no doubt, be
concctly taken that giuwlh rings aio laigeiy
dependent upon, and aro thciilotc expressive oi,
altcinatins peiiod.s of growth and re.-t. Sueli
perioditity beans a more or hs rlone lelatiou to
hi'j-onal lunges, the more definite the changH
fiom Miiiniier to winter, the more pionounceil
will Hi'. giowth ling.s become, and Ihe inoir
deiinitc will b their c-oi refpondence with age.
Still, this is tine only with iiitain limit. Thus.
nuny Chenopndiat cutis plants make s-everal
gttittth ling- within one te.ihon. independrntiy
ot latitude, and the led maple, within the lat.
liido of Xctv Voile stale, has been known to inaiot
twilvo growth rings within a pciiod of right
eais. Tiopical liee snieially exhibit an ab
m'Iil.' of rlns-.
Water Power for Btiilway.
tl is a cuiioi'.s fact that nature has iiuile ,i
bouutiiul ptovision ot tvalci-iottiT in localities
wlieiij their are neither coal deposit?, nor niarby
fuel .supplies lo duw upon, litis statement ap
idiis p.iithitlatly in the llecky Mountain le
gion, where llure iue vat tvator-poHei.s at pi,
ml nirmiug- to waste. However, it will prolnbly
not bo lonr; beforo Ihe-e me hiini-'Cd, It is
Plated in Hie We.-lein Kledilelan Ilul Ihe l.'au.
Odian l'jclfic Hallway i ornpany is thinking' sen
oasly oi'detcloping Ihehe w.ilei'iotvets electrlcdly
and IratiMnlttlng llie power to p.unt.s ttheie tl.
j,'iail-a an particularly lie.uj, and ton-equeiitly
what .no Known as tulslanl engines liave lo bit
il-ed. Tlie-e engllief, of wlih.li thcte ale a inuii
bcr, Ii.i to In be in. lint lined :tt llir.ie points Hi
help Hut trains over t lie niounl.iln?., lilee.tiiial
antillaiy locouiotlve.s would dn Ihe wuik itili.i
as well aral mtieli inoie inexpensitely.
The By-Produots in the aMiiuul'nc
ture of Coke..
Moil, on Hie by-product coko oven .it the Maty
land !te(l company's ,-panotv Point phut has
begun. TJiey uro of a new lype, and caue a
siting of tiie tar, ammonia, and gus whlili it
thiowii oil (111(1118: tho pioeos of roasting ho coal
fioui ivhlill the roko is mad.. Coko for u.. In
the liiinaces ef tho reinpinr ttlll lio fitriiUheil by
tin ovens and will probably alo Mipply roal g is
fur tint ti-c of tho city of lialtlnwre. llliiinii,
allng gis fiom liy-pioihul. coko ovins lias been
ucd at llveielt, Mav wliern a Urge eoke pla-i'
has been lu operalloti for tome time, Ir. is ni
c.?ary to Heat tho gis after it comes fiom the
coke. Cheaper grad.'S of roal ran In lucd in
tlic.'i n mv nvii.
Ti.r- tiui ami last thiug icqitlied ot genial in
the be of lintli. Uoetlie.
The per'onal pronoun "I" (.hotibl bo the roal
of-ainw of ionic iiidividual-. ttivaiol.
(ienulnc eliiiplirity of lieart is i heullng anl
ceme-.itiiig pilnelplu, Ilurl.e.
Habit is too oibituiy a iiiiiler lor my liklnj.
( epill Ihe ci-umtiy iii.willlnly, beiaii.e I muse
part fiom mef. Joiiltfri.
Du-eaii i'enerally bilngs the eapiality tthMi
death completes. lohtiwn.
Tho tnii'it 3el(-reiictl n net io think cf si'f.
Tl.o inoie l.cne-nty a man lu, the lew It jf
feits Ihe aim of a Mint. Uvuicr,
Hal porerful IS lie who lia hllillf ill bis
own power.-Sciietl, (.all tollci, il. 0.
lie. In-. M'illiam M'hllo Milieu, a prominent
eeteiu ileigyiuan, several year og belonged di
ii learned toclely in which tlicie were cterat
ilitputailous inembeiK, ay.s the -atiuday r.teiHni
Pot. Only once did they mccccd sin spoiling
his argiiiniiit. Oil thi) occasion Hiey had iiui'i
ttto or thicc iiiicriiiiilloiv, To tin lasv ouo i
gate a eourteou aibtvrr, ilo.lng; "I hope Hut
during the icmaiudcr of my address I will me
be troubled again." Ilrfoie he old take ip
the thu'jit cf the di.-cuuiho liis cliuf toriiunt'lr
said (lowly sad holeninlt :
"0!i, Potior doublO'ii iloublc-u, double-ii,
Me loto to tioubloyou, tloublejou, lioubli yvj."
The .i-cccli was ueisr ended.