The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 02, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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Given the Sight Hand of Fellowship
by the President, Alfred Roberts,
Funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Owens
from Her Homo on North Rebecca
Avenue Donations for St. Pat
rick's Orphanage Many of the
Streets in This Part of the City
in Need of Immediate Repair.
The Baptist Young People's union of
the Jackson Street Baptist church held
a most Interesting and instructive
meeting in the church parlors lust
Forty-six new members received the
light hand of fellowship from Presi
dent Alfred lloberfs. This was fol
lowed by Miss Edith Beddoo, who
sweetly sang a solo. Miss Annie
Thomas recited a revision of the twenty-third
Psalm In a very neat man
ner. A quartette, composed of Mrs.
Albert Davis, Miss Edith Beddoo and
William Davis and John Lloyd also
added to the evening's enjoyment with
several well rendered selections.
Fine addresses were given by the
p.istor. Rev. Thomas do Gruchy, David
Williams and William Nichols. These
meetings are attended by about one
hundred and fifty young people and aie
a great spiritual help.
The family of tho late Mrs. O'Hara,
of 1827 Lafayette street, who died on
Monday evening at the home of Thomas
Thomas, of North Hyde Park avenue,
object to the statement made In some
of the papers that Mrs. O'Hara had
been working at the 'home of Mr.
Thomas. They wish to state that the
deceased had never worked out In her
life, but at the time she was taken sick
was on the way to her aunt's, Mrs.
Rogers, of Hyde Park avenue.
A Timely Topic.
As the sunny skies of spring begin to
show themselves again, the good people
of Hyde Park begin to wonder when
the pavements and streets are going to
be fixed. On Washburn street, between
Hyde Park and Main avenues, the
pavement is broken in numerous
places, and when a person goes over
them with a carriage or a bicycle it
makes their teeth rattle.
On South Main avenue, near Oxford
The Dcst Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
Tor tale by
101 S. Main ave.
We Sell
as a Matter
of Business
We hope you buy goods ou the same basis.
You have the opportunities here. And the ex
cellence of the assortments gives you a chance
for quick selection.
1 Lansdownes
You are familiar with these
fine fabrics, no doubt, but did
you know of tho collection of
them here? It Is ,a revelation,
this aggregation of handsome
shades and colorings.
Blues, Reds, Maroons,- Cit
rons, Corn color, Reseda,
Mousse, Olive, Myrtle, Plum,
White, Cream. Pinks, Praline,
Ocean, Lilac, Baby Blues, Nile,
Greys, Tans, Castors, Modes,
Browns and some others, but
these are enough for today.
Tho regulation prlco is on
these goods, of course.
$1.25 a Yard
a .
I Silk Waists
:j Pretty enough to please any-
jff body, rich and beautiful. All
'fjj the perfections of fit and finish
Uft arc 'embroidered In these
ji Waists, Handsome Taffeta
19 'Waists, whlto tucked front,
jA blouse effect, trimmed with
L block silk, woven buttons and
,r3 beading with black velvet rib-
im bon drawn through; three
vows tucking on back.
$5.00 Each
Peatude Cygne, hand embroid
ered, Gibson jHtyle, with stand
ing collar, smoked pearl but
tons. There's Old Rose, Pink,
Green, White und Cadet Blue.'
$10.00 Each
Globe Warehouse
street, where the pavement ends, there
Is a deep hole, or at least a hole of
sufficient depth to break tho springs of
a heavily loaded wagon, in case the
driver passed over it, or rather in it,
with any degree of speed.
On South Main avenue, also, begin
ning at Eynon street and extending al
most to the city line, the road Is In a
deplorable condition. In many places
tho earth has been washed away, leav
ing the street car tracks several Inches
above the level of road. At night, when
some of the passing wagons get a
wheel or two Inside tho rail It takes
a clear head and a strong wagon to
get out of tho way of passing cars
without tearing the wheels off.
Donations to Orphanage.
The board of directors and sisters of
St. Patrick's orphanage acknowledge
with heartfelt gratitude the following
donations from kind friends of the In
stitution: Right Rev. M. J. Hoban, D. D., eigh
ty pounds of candy for St. Patrick's
day, und same number pounds for Eas
ter; George F. McCarthy, twenty doz
en eggs; Miss Mary McCarthy, two
pots lilies and one gallon maple syrur;
Miss Ella McCarthy, basket of fruit;
Mrs. M. McDonough, Mlnooka, china
ware amounting to $12; a friend, $2;
Afnry Kearney, Easter eggs; Mrs. Dr.
Carroll, preserves, catsup and milk;
Zeidler's bakery, bread and cake, sev
eral times; a friend, 100 cakes maple
sugar; Miss Maria Murray, set of
chulrs; Masters Harry Donnegan and
Harry Pugh, a generous supply of mar
bles for the orphan boys; Mrs. J. T.
Kearney, wine; Hess' bakery, cakes
and buns, several times; Mrs. B. J.
Neville, two pairs shoes; Mrs. Mont
gomery, two pots hyacinths; Mrs. Mo
Andrew, bread, cakes, ham and fruit.
They also extend to the board of
health and Dr. W. E. Allen their sin
cere thanks for the free vaccination of
tho one hundred and twenty-seven chil
dren of the orphanage.
"The Dialogue of Birds."
Last evening in the Bellevue Welsh
Calvlnlstic Methodist church a cantata,
entitled "Tho Dialogue of Birds," was
given in the Welsh language. Tho
music was of a high order, and the solo
and chorus work was superb. All who
attended the cantata expressed them
selves as being more than satisfied and
desired to hear it again.
On April 16, the cantata will be re
peated at the same place in the Eng
lish language.
Yesterday's Funeral Service.
From the late home, at 354 North Re
becca avenue, yesterday, was held the
funeral of the late Mrs. Mary E. Owens,
wife of John Owens. Rev. Thomas de
Gruchy, the pastor of the Jackson
Street Baptist church, had charge of
the services, and delivered an eloquent
eulogy on the life of tho deceased,
speaking in glowing terms of the re
spect, love and esteem in which she
was held by all who knew her.
A quartette feelingly rendered several
sacred hymns, and after the friends
had taken the last farewell the funeral
cortego moved to tho Washburn street
Goods i
No scarcity of these here,
enough to go around, and more,
too. You can form a correct
Idea of the styles that will bo
prevalent this season by look
ing through this stock. Chif
fon Applique for fine trimming.
T5c,$l,$1.50to$8yd I
Batiste Applique and Allovers
to match.
50c to $3.50 a yard
Medallions for Applique In
Batiste and Venlse,
$1.25 to $3.50 a yard
Chiffon Tucking and. Shining
In Black, Whlto and Linen.
There are enough of the typi
cal spring effects to show you
that you can get full" measure
of style,
cemetery, where iho remains were laid
at rest,
Some time ago the Washburn Street
Presbyterian Sunday school started out
to raise money to repair the parsonage,
and as a result of their efforts $150 has
been secured, To the Intense delight
of the earnest workers a kind friend
has agreed to give another $150, making
a total of 9300.
The ladles' division of the Catholic
Legion held a very Interesting meeting
In Young Men's Institute hall on Mon
day evening. A very pleasing pro
gramme was rendered, after which re
freshments Were served, '
Miss Anna Durkln, of Academy
street, delightfully entertained a few
of her numerous friends at the parental
homo on Monday evening.
Tho missionary study class of the
Simpson Epworth league met In the
church parlors last evening, and a most
Interesting meeting was held.
The Colonial club held a dance In
Washington hall last evening.
The tenor singers of the Oxford Glee
club held a rehearsal In Co-operative
hall last evening.
This evening, In St. David's hall, will'
be held tho first annual donee of the
West Side Central Republican club.
Tho committee in charge of tho affair
have made unusual preparations for,
this event. The handsome club rooms
of St. Loo's battalion have been se
cured for a reception room and danc
ing will commence nt 8 o'clock.
Engrossed Resolutions to Be Pre
sented to John Scholl, Who Has
Gone to Buffalo.
Engrossed resolutions were adopted
at Monduy night's session of Camp No.
430, Patriotic Order Sons of America,
with reference to the departure from
tho city of John Scholl, who Is to make
his future homo in Buffalo.
They have been beautifully engrossed
by P. W. Costello, who has done a most
artistic bit of work. The resolutions
will be highly prized by Mr. Scholl.
They are handsomely tramed and will
be placed on exhibition for a lew days,
prior to being sent on to Buffalo.
Miss Miller's Popularity.
The esteem in which Miss Emma
Miller, of 702 Plttston avenue, is held,
was put to a thorough test recently,
when she entered a contest for a dia
mond ring against a well-known young
lady of West Scranton.
The contest was conducted under the
auspices of Camp 430, Bugle, Fife and
Drum corps, for whose benefit it was,
and the young ladles have been can
vassing the city for several weeks. The
result was announced at the Drum
corps ball, In Music hall, Monday
night, and the figures showed that Miss
Miller was an easy winner, having col
lected over a hundred dollars more than
her competitor.
New Bowling Club Quarters.
A new business place, which will be
known as Arlington hotel, was open
ed yesterday at Maple street and Pltts
to avenue.
Philip Roll, a well known member of
the City Bowling league, has assumed
charge, and he proposes to conduct a
first-class hostelry. The house was
thrown open to the public yesterday,
and there was a steady stream of
guests, including many bowling en
thusiasts, who called to Inspect the al
leys and greet the now bonlface.
Among the Athletes.
The junior classes of the Scranton
Athletic club have been getting a thor
ough drilling for several months past,
under the direction of Professor Victor
Noth, and some of the classes have
reached a most satisfactory stage in
physical culture.
To show the progress mode, it has
been announced that an exhibition will
be given Wednesday, April 23, in Ath
letic hall, and an interesting pro
gramme is being arranged. Some of
the tots who will participate are not
over 7 years old, and their work on the
rings, bars and pyramids, rellect great
credit on the instructor. N
The St. John's Defenders will re
open the basket ball season, in St.
John's hall tomorrow night, by playing
n game with the strong Potttsville
team, A social and hop will follow.
Division 22, Ancient Order of Hiber
nians, held a regular meeting In Bat
tle's hall last evening.
A meeting of the German Beneficial
society will take place at Mlrtz's hall
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam Is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
Midweek services will be held In the
Hickory Street German Presbyterian
church this evening.
Miss Marie Laffey, of Stafford street,
and Miss Mary Nee, of Cemetery street,
left yesterday for Buffalo, N. Y where
they have accepted positions In the silk
mill in that vicinity.
Miss Mury Noone, of Norrlstown, Is
visiting rrlends In Greenwood.
The Misses Cella Mnloney and Maine
aordan, of Avoca, were guests of
Mlnooka friends yesterday,
It seems base ball managejs through
out the country luivo their eyes on the
Mlnooka base ball team for players In
tho professional ranks. Two more of
our piominent young men will leave
next week. Patrick Phllbln and Michael
Laffey will go to Lebanon, to play with
the Lebanon club of tho Pennsylvania
State league, Mr, Laffey will play third
base, and Mr. Phllbln left field.
Yesterday afternoon John O'Neill and
brother, Michael, both popular young
baso ball players of this town, left for
St. Louis, where they will line up In Ht,
Louis uniforms this season. Michael
pitched for tho St. Louis team last year
and rouilo a great succebs in the National-
league. Hu was known as Michael
Joyce. When his Identity became
known to his many udnilrers in this
vicinity on his return home last fall, a
ruuslng welcome was prepared for him,
John played with the lltlca club of the
New York State league last season, and
had n good record us a catcher, This
season ho will be seen In faster com
At tll I I lie lamlscmut, ami otlitts ore Invite!
to rill on any (lriij,'i;It and gU Irce jl ttlal bottle
u Kemp' lulsim (or tlio Throat awl !.uri;i, ,i
remedy tliH It guauntced to rare ivi relieve all
Clnonlc and Auite Coughi, AUIniu, liioiuliitlt
and L'omumptlcn,. 1'rke 2.V. and Wv.
Done on
Short Notice
3rd Floor.
The Newark Shoe
of Men's, Women's and Children's Fine Shoes;.
Will be placed on sale next SATURDAY AT 9 A. M SHARP. The best makes
and all sizes, at such low prices that you can afford to buy a year's supply.
To accomodate the hundreds of buyers that will be here we have given over
several aisles of the store and will make every effort to serve you all.
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Imported Challies
All Wool Challits, Polka Dots, Persian effects and Satin Stripe. Prlcsd 350,500,590
a yard. Designs unique, coloring very rich, Black and White in staple patterns, Black and
Tinted shades with an all over lace effect pattern, plain shades with dots. The Paisley
patterns are noticed in Persian effects, very pretty and stylish, light and durable, and priced
at very little for this class of goods
Wash Silks
The numerous style cqlorings in the large line of Wash Silks we are showing is more
than attracting attention. Corded in clusters and single effects, oftentimes a space of
one inch between, giving that appearance of oddity, which this well known line is noted for.
The values are 39c and 48c yard.
Wall Paper
This is one of the busy departments at present, but never too busy to show you our
handsome line of Wall Paper for Parlors, Libraries, Dining Room's and Halls, Bedrooms
and Living Rooms, Patterns dainty and cheerful. Called Empire Rococo, Colonial, Satin
and Embossed effects, Oriental designs, floral cretons, chintz and small figures. 3rd Floor.
Very Interesting 0ftlne oi Basket
Ball Played in the Auditorium
Last Night First of a Series of
Five Between the Clubs Mr. and
, Mrs. Eugene leventhal Celebrated
The Fifth Anniversary of Their
Wedding Notes Concerning the
y. w. c. a.
The invincible North End Stars de
feated the Crackerjaok team last night,
by a score of 9 to 4. The same was
one of the series of Ave which is to
be played by these teams for $100 a
side, the winner to take seventy-five
per cent, of the door receipts.
The game was one of the most inter
esting ever played in this section.
During the latter part of the second
half, Bert Hughes, one of the players,
Injured his leg by fulling against one
of the seats, which kept him from fin
ishing the game. The star plays of the
game were made by Tlgue and J. Mc
Cluskie, for the Stars, und Hughes, for
the Crackerjacks. The line-up wus as
North End Stars R. Connolly, right
forward; J. McCluskie, left forward;
J. Tlgue, center; D. Jones, right guard;
T. McCluskie, left guard.
Crackerjacks Benjamin, light for
ward; F. Diivis, left forward; Hughes,
T. Davis, center; Miller, Wills, right
guard; H. Davis, left guard.
Goals were thrown from tho field by
j. McCluskie and Tlgue, for the Stars,
and Hughes and F. Davis, for the
Crackerjacks. Umpire Fred Huttln.
Wedding Anniversary.
Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Leventlml, of
Holllster avenue, celebrated tho llfth
anniversary of their wedding at their
home, Monday evening. Singing and
dancing, with other party diversions,
were Indulged in up to a seasonable
hour, when refreshments were served.
Among those present weie; Mr, and
Mih. 1 J. Moore, Mr, and Mrs. Shep
herd, Mr. and Mrs. Jumes Van Camp,,
Mr, and Mrs, William Hoilda, Mr. und
Mrs. Thomas Ward, Mr. and Mrs.
James Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Tel
ford, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, of Oly
phunt? Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Mltqhell,
Miss Anna McGulnness, Mis. S. J,
Holmes, Mrs. Thomas Indian, of Mos
cow; Mrs. A. Williams, of I'eckville;
Mr, William Holmes, Mr, and Mys,
Vessle, of Olyphaut; Masters Wharton
Shepherd, John Moore, William Moore,
Eugene F. Leventhal, John Mitchell,
Misses Bessie Holmes, Dorothy Leven
tlml, Mury Smith, Lizzie Moon and
Alice Shepard,
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
1'rof. Wulklnshaw's orchestta will re
hearse this evening In the association
rooms. ,
TJie Sunbeam club wU meet this af
ternoon nt 4 o'clock, to plan and re
hearse for nn entertainment.
Next Sunday afternoon a speclully in
teresting serlco will be held. Miss Mu'
Benedict wll jslve a sketch of the life
of Fiances Itldley Huvergal, Some of
fa p mf Shade 5
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(y I Shopping ,SL News 3rd P,oor- j
le Begins Saturday, 9 a. m.
Dress Goods
Rich in variety style and weaves. All the latest
novelties In Dress Goods for this spring's wear.
Etamlnes hold popular favor. 45 inches wide, green,
navy blue, gray, cadet blue, at a range of prices from
$1.25 to $1.75 yard
Millinery News
This has been one of our busiest Millinery open
ings. No wonder the variety and quantity super
sedes any previous display. The styles that will
greet you are the best in this country:
Free demonstration on the Hain
, Floor of the celebrated Ralston Pur
ina Cereals this week.
Miss Havcrgal's poems will be read and
recited in u special way. All youne
women are cordially invited.
'Mrs. Thomas Indian, of Moscow, is
visiting her son, John Indian, of Parker
Mrs. Kutherlne Larrison, of Cohec
ton Centre, was a visitor In town on
Miss Carrie Miller, of Church avenue,
is spending a few days with friends in
The Band of Hope of the Welsh Con
gregational church is rehearsing earn
estly for Its coming cantata, "Queen
Esther," which will be given in the
church parlors in the near future.
Mrs. Thomas Lewis, of Wayne ave
nue, who has been sick for the past
week, is improving,
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Sherwin,
620 East Market street. All members
are requested to attend.
A meeting of the Retail Clerks' asso
ciation will bo held In Leonard's hall,
Thursday evening, All members are re
quested to attend.
The North Scranton Choral union
will meet this evening for rehearsal In
O'Malley's hall. All persons interested
are requested to attend.
I. J. Swan, former private secretary
to G. T, Slude, when general manager
of the Erie and Wyoming railroad, but
recently chief clerk to Superintendent
J. M. Davis, leaves today for Jersey
City, where he has accepted n more
lucrative position as secretary to Mr,
William Hall Is confined to his home,
on Apple street, suffering from an at
tack of appendicitis.
Edward Krause left yesterday for Mt,
Cobb, where he will permanently reside,
E. B. P. Romley, of Topeka, Kuns.,
Is at the' homo of his sister, Mrs. Oscar
J. G, Llvengood, of New York city,
spent yesterday with friends In town.
Ernest Bovurd, of North Blukely
street, Is slightly Indisposed nl his
Oscar Yost was 11 visitor at Oiange
vllle, Columbia county, yesterday,
Mr, and Mrs. George Geary, of Ca
pouse (ivpiiuc, this city, celebrated
the twenty-ilfth unlnversury of their
marriage Monday night. It was a very
pleasant and social event. The even
ing was ono that will long be remem
bered by their many ft lends, Tho Vet
eran Social club, of which Mr, und
Mis, Geary urn nieinbeis, picHeiiled
them with a beautiful iliali- and pic
ture. A, B, Stevens mado tho ptesen
tatlon speech, which was appropriate
to the occasion. Mr, and Mrs. Geary
received a number of beautiful presents
of cut glass and silverware. Guests
were present from Wushlngton, N. J
Englnwood, N. J,. Waterbui'K, Conn.,
and Mauch Chunk, Pa.
The of tlic lite Mit. Mjigjii't ',im,
wli; cl Pinli'l J. i:wui. will UU plJi o tiniiy
fiom the rcihknci, Xo. ? frlojii I'altli. 'Hie m
ikci. Mill commeme at 9 o'clpik. The i;
I In lil Jom'4, of the U'cLli ('Ciieri'iNtloiul ilmiili
will haNC cluigi'. Intt-immt In jhluirjt tticrt
Company's Stock
La Viiia Corsets
A RE manufactured of the finest French
" materials and possess a chic and
beauty of form only attained by some
few French garments. We desire in
especial to direct your attention to the
La Vida straight front the perfect corset
combining as it does the function of
style, beauty and hygiene. It' is built
on the natural lines of the figure per
mitting full freedom of movement and
breathing, at the same time holding the
shoulders in a fine stalwart attitude by
placing all pressure of lacing upon the
hips and back muscles. This developes
a graceful incurve at the base of the
spine and rounds off the hips and .bust
into lines of exquisite symmetry.
La Vida straight front is made in
special models for each different build
of figure, insuring as perfect satisfaction
as the finest custom work.
Ways of Telling Their Age to a Day.
Cold Storage Experiments.
From the London. Clioccry.
According to the Slacker and Klondl
tor Zeltung a German bakers' and
confectioners' organ tho age of an egg
is now discovered by Immersing It in
a solution of salt containing, as far as
I can gather, about eight ounces to tho
pint. When the salt has thoroughly
dissolved the egg to be tested is
dropped gently Into the glass contain
ing the solution. If the egg is only one
day old It sinks immediately to the bot
tom; if three days old It sinks just be
low the surface only, and from five
days and upward It floats. Another
process has just been awarded a medal
In Saxony by the National Society of
Poultry Breeders and is described In a
German contemporary. It is well
known that the air cavity at the blunt
end of the egg enlarges as the age of
the egg Increases. Consequently, if the
egg be placed In a solution similar to
the one described above it will have an
increasing tendency to float with the
long axis vertical. A scale of angles Is
placed at the back, of the vessel, and
from the inclination of the egg to the
horizontal the age can be gauged al
most to a day. A new-laid egg lies
horizontally at the bottom of the ves
sel. When three to five days old the
egg raises itself from tho horizontal,
so that its long axis makes an angle
of about 20 degrees with the horizontal.
At eight days this angle Increases to
about Dl degrees; at fourteen days it is
60 degrees; at about thteo weeks It is
ubout 73 degrees, while after four
weeks it stands uptight ou the point
ed end, If the egg Is bud or is over
live weeks old It (louts.
The cold storngo of eggs Is extend
ing considerably, and the New South
Wales government especially has pro
vided facilities for this, purpose, I
learn that In the eleven months ending
July last 96,000 dozen eggs were stored
in this manner. The charges made
cunie to 3d. per I'uso for receiving and
delivery and 3d. per case per week for
storage. This works out at Id, per
dozen eggs for eleven veeks, Special
cases aro used, tich holding thirty-six
dozen. It seems that while it Is safer
to use infertile eggs, fertile ones appear
to keep equally well in cold storage.
The tPinperatute In the- cold Htore va
ies between 31 degrees and 31 degrees
Fahrenheit. A gentle current of air Is
necessary, stilllolent to curry off the
inoistuie which evaporates Hum the
eggs. It seems tlutt the yoile does not
change Its position when stated at a
proper temperuture, except It has been
cart led a long distance ami over tough
roads, when there Is u tendency In this
direction. This Is specially the case
when the eggs have been packed small
end upward, as the air space prevents
tte yelk from floating up In the top
when tho blunt end Is packed upward,
Somu experiments were cart led out as
to the temperature the eggs would
stand without Injury, and It was
found that ulien It wus reduced to 10
degtees Fuhrenhelt about half the
eggs were burst by the expansion of
the contents. No hauu seemed to como
to eggs at 30 degrees, but at 2 de
grees It was found that If there was a
crack the egg would freeze solid, while
Lyceum Theatre
If. nniS, Lrs,sro and Manager.
A. J.iOVrVY, nusine-ss Manager.
Return Engagement.
The Lauglilns Play of the Ycai. CHAW,!:
1'ItOlIMA.V presents II. K. ltose'i Dramatization
of luine Bacliellci's Xoicl,
Eben Holden
With tlio IX.ict Same Cast and KITrcti m Seen
for 10O nlBht at tiic Savoy Theater, Manhattan.
Prices 2jc. to .I.jO.
fceats ready Tuesday at nine.
Friday Night,
Amer lea's most notablo.Minstrcl Oiganizatlon
Billy Van, John King, X. S. C'air, Clement
StpwaitKeh and Zauuw Trio. 1'ilees 23 cents to
Sitmday Matinee and Xlsht,
W. (!. SMYTH piccnU.
'Iho Sllwr Voiced Comedian,
In a comedy clunu of Vctcin I.ifo entitled
Prices 23, JO, 73!. and $1.00.
Matinee 23 und SOc, C'hlhlien to any part t
llOUaC, 15c,
Academy of Husk
U. KE18, Itute, A. J, Dudj, Minigii
am, Tins vi:i:k.
.SPl.l'lAI. lIAblMt MONDAY MATIXhll.
Dainty Irene Myers
and cuellcnt company in Itcpeitolie, Pic.entlmr
Munday afternoon, ",Vcw Villi Day by Pay";
Monday night, "'I lie J.'Ucli IcIjh" ; 'lucjdjv nut.
line, "Two Oiiliaiif"; Tuesday night, "i'he
MuartJ)"i Wednesday afternoon, 'Hie While
ltai"i Wednewlay night, "Thiouifli the Hieakeri."
Pikes 10, -M and :UK-,; nulliue. 10 and 2ie.
ieali now on ale,
ALP. fl. lir.ItltlKQTO.V. Mintttr.
Mondj. Tncfcdiy and WrdncMliy,
MAItCII 31, APItll, 1 AM) W.
Weber's Parisian Widows
MVUNTt: kvkuv da v.
It the shell wus unbroken the contents
weie unliijuied.
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