The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 30, 1902, Page 6, Image 6

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Tho Performance Was Pronounced to
Be tho Best Amateur Production
Ever Given In tho City All of the
Boys Given a Hearty Reception.
Woman Arrested for Stealing a
Child's Bank Bible Society En
tertainment This Evening: Other
Notes of Interest.
Tho most pretentious amateur mln
Jstiel performance ever attempted In
this city was produced at M ears' hull
lust evcnlnpf by the members of the
Klcctrlc City Wheelmen, nnd their ef
fort was greeted by an audience that
completely tilled the hall. .Standing
mom was at a premium when the cur
tain was rung up, and the decorative
revelations were certainly far beyond
The ling and bunting draperies ar
ranged by Will Jones were artistic.
JupnncMC lanterns hung from tho stage
rolling nnd a miniature arch of small
Incandesont lights furnished a pretty
li.icl.gioumi for the stage settings. Be
hind them hung a large blue and white
flnR' ... , .
The eight end men were attired in
will to shirt waists, white duck trousers,
ni-.v aui:x.
black shoes, black ties and black belts,
while the remainder of tho chorus wore
The Best Family Cough Itemed',
Dufour's French Tar,
Tor Sale by
101 S. Main ave.
& UntMAiAttibitA
I The Rash for White
and Fancy Wash Fabrics
Is now in full swing, and we are prepared to meet it as never
before. Novelty after novelty is piled up on our show tables
and, with but very few exceptions, the designs and styles
shown by us are not to be had elsewhere in town. The for
eign weaves are entirely our own importations, while fab
rics of American weave (except in the standard patterns and
designs, which cannot he copyrighted,) are confined exclu
sively to us in this territory.
It Is Utterly
I Useless to Attempt
A description of the scores of new designs and color
schemes that await your attention. You could not go
through them nil in half a day's looking, and we could not
do them justice in a whole day's writing; sufficient, therefore,
to say that the most popular weaves among the many shown
3 In White Goods
Mercerized weaves, plain or with stripes, figures or dots.
Sotted Swisses, wit1,! charming new cord effects. Sheer
Lawns, with cobweb-like lace insertions and dots, I.dona
Brocades, light weight, but rich and handsome. Persian
Lawns and exquisite ' new Dimities. Madras Novelties that
please the artistic fancy. New Stripe Waist Linens, India
Xinons, etc. Mercerized Lawns, dainty French Damask
Weaves, etc.
a In Fancy Wash Goods e
The famous "Thistle" and genuine imported Dimities,
Silk, Mercerized, Linen, French and Scotch Ginghams. Swiss
Silks that wash as safely as white muslin. Printed Dimities
of home and foreign manufacture. Exquisite French and Do
mestic Swisses. New Manila Cords and Mercerized Serges.
Crepe Yeddos, Organdia Tillets, Batistes. Plain and Fancy
Chambrays in lovely new designs. Foulard de Loraine and
Pineapple Zephyr weaves. Lovely new Grenadines that are
novelties, etc.
Special Display of White
Goods All of This Week,
a .
2 Parasols
Coaching; Umbrellas, Etc
Our complete line is now open for your inspection. It in-
' eludes everything that is good, beautiful and fashionable,
We offer move quality and correct style for your money than
ever before, and no previous assortment shown by us can bo
compared with this season's display,
Children's Parasols from 18c to $1,75
Globe Warehouse!
white slitrt wnlfits, black trousers and
tlrfl. In the center of the fjroup silt In
terlocutor Luce, gorgeoimly niruyeil In
white nnd red, with diamonds galore
on hln fingers.
Outier'a orchestra of neven pieces
played the nccoinpaiiinicnts, and Alfred
Wooler' dlreeted the chorus and hoIo
work. The company was made up of
twenty-six performers, and tho chorus
was undoubtedly the best over present
ed at a mlnlstrel performance of home
tnlent In the city.,
The opening overture was tho ICleetric
City Wheelmen's march, composed by
Fred Robinson, and the "Tally Ho"
chorus was sung for an opening. This
was followed by the rendition of "Creole
Helios" by the orchestra, tambos, bones
and chorus. The effort was well re
ceived. The opening solo number was
given by David Owens, assisted by
lAither Thomas, Arthur and Walter
Davis, entitled "My Sweet Kimonn,"
and was accorded a spontaneous en
core, u
Tho jesters then began their fun mak
ing, and interspersed a number of
funny jokes throughout the perform
ance. Dolph Hrunlng followed with a
capital rendition of "My Lady Hotten
tot," and for an encoio he sang a verse
In CSerman. It made a lilt. Fred Soft
ley's rodltlon of the ballad "Friends,"
earned for him a number of vegetable
hoquets, and a splendid encore, and he
sang in a faultless manner.
The Electric City Wheelmen nunr
tetto followed with a good selection,
and were compelled to respond to a
double encore. The inimitable Benja
min Franklin Allen, a natural comedian,
pang a negro song that captivated his
friends, nnd they were very generous
with their applause. He was encored.
Luther Thomas, the possessor of a
sweet voice, sang "Wh'cn the Wind
Sighs In the West," and his effort was
thoroughly appreciated and encored.
Tom Stevens, one of the old favorites,
sang "Cm You BUimo Me for Loving
That Man," and Incidentally worked in
a few side-steps that took with the
crowd. He was encored. Walsh and
McDonougb gave a clog dance, and for
an encore danced a waltz clog. Their
specialty was one of the features of the
Goods and Fancy Wash
evening. Barry Davis was unable to
nlng on account of a Hevere cold( nnd
Alfred Wooler rendered "Queen of the
Earth" In his usual artistic style.
Tho audience did not seem to tiro of
Fred Robinson's harmonica selections
nnd ho was accorded a double encore.
His playing received marked attention.
Kmrys Joseph followed with a very
sweet rendition of "Mono. Dear," nnd
was given a deserved encore. Tho vocal
gem of tho evening was "Ultly" Will
lams' singing of "I Got Mine," nnd he
wnn given a double- encore, nnd sang
"1'po 'Qwlnc to Live, Anyhow, 'Till I
The closing number was "nosey
Posey," by Walter Jones and company,
and ho demonstrated his vocal ability
In a clover manner. The entire per
formance was carried out without a
hitch, and tho boys certainly deserved
nil tho compliments they received.
The vnudevlllqj sketch presented by
the Slsson-Wallace company proved to
bo a very ngreeahlc surprise to the
audience, and they were necorded a
very Muttering ovation. Tho members
of the company are certainly clever
people, nnd their act is one of tho best
ever presented in vaudeville. The en
tire performance will bo repeated this
Conceit This Evening.
The Welsh Ulblo society will conduct
a concert in the First Welsh Congre
gational church this evening, when
some excellent talent will appear. The
affair Is In chnrge of a committee com
posed of William G. Williams, chair
man: David D. Lewis, secretary; Jacob
Jenkins, treasurer; David B. Thomus,
James Williams, Kvun L. Evans, Kbcn
czer Grlfflths, Thomas AV. Jones, John
Henry Jones, Kvun Jones, Robert Will
iams, Jilclmrd K. Jones nnd James
Lewis. The following programme will
be rendered:
Address by the chairman, Colonel JJ,
IT. Ulpplc; selection, by a qtiurtcttc
composed of Mrs. Frank nrundage,
Mrs. James Heckel, Miss Powell and
Miss Via Jones; violin selection, Evan
Lewis; soprano solo, Mis. Frank
Hrundagd; recitation, Miss Sadie Jones;
duct, Thojniis Abrams and David Jen
kins, ifo
Part II Address on the Bible society,
by Hon. II, M. Edwards; contralto solo,
Miss Via Jones; tenor bolo, Thomns
Abrams; recitation, Benjamin Griffiths;
baritone solo, David Jenkins; duet, Mrs.
Heckel and Miss Powell.
Police. Cases.
Stove Uoslnko, of Luzerne street, and
John Hoodlck, of Kelly's patch, were
arrested Monday night by Patrolmen
William Morgan and II. T. Bradshaw,
on South Main avenue, for drunken
ness and dlsordeily conduct. They re
sisted vigorously. In police court yes
terday they were each lined $5.
At a late hour Alonduy night Patrol
man John Thomas, the Mt. Pleas
ant culm dump, found a young man
and woman. When the man billed the
bluecoat ho ran, leaving the young
woman to her fate. She was taken to
the htation houte, where she .spent the
night, and her mother yesteiday paid a
line of $5 for her.
Fell nnd Injured His Nose.
David Lewis, of West Locust street,
one of the pump-runners at the Cen
tral nlr-Miaft, met with a most peculiar
accident yesterday, while at work, and
as a result had his nose fiactured.
Ho was walking along at the foot of
the shaft, when ho stumbled and fell,
and being unable to pave himself,
struck heavily against an iron pipe,
breaking the bono In his nose. He re
covered sufficiently to reach his home,
where Dr. M. J. "Williams dressed the
Events of Last Evening.
The Baptist Young People's union of
the Jackson Street Baptist church held
an enjoyable meeting In the lecture
room last evening, which was well at
tended. The members of the Bryn Mawr mis
sion of the First Welsh Baptist church
held a spring social at their building
last evening, where ice cream, cake,
coffee and temperance drinks were
served to a large number. The pro
ceeds will go towards paying for the
furniture recently purchased for the
The tenors and bassos of the Oxford
Glee club held a rehearsal last evening
in Co-operative hall, and Mrs. D. B.
Thomas' ladles' choir met for rehearsal
in Ivorite hall.
The Colonial dancing class held a
semi-weekly social in AVashington ball
last evening, which was well attended.
This class Is one of the best conducted
In the city.
The Missionary Study class of tho
Simpson chapter, Epworth league, beld
a meeting In tho lecture room last even
ing and took up special work provided
for them.
The Thimble club, composed of a
number of young married couples fiom
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church, were entertained last evening
at the home of Mr, and Mrs, Lou H,
Jones, corner or North Bromley avenue
and Lafayette street.
Tlic ilcroutlng committer of (ho new Km.
bury MclhoillH Episcopal imucli ttH meet .it
the cliinUi this ctciilng' ut 7.30 oMock. The
followlnc lomposo the committee: Anna Hoi
ilftt, Mrs. J. A. (Joiilon, .ih. Allspiusli, Mr'.
('. II. eiuinlms. Mis. I M, Hum,, Mrs. Now
Howard, Mrs. TIioiikm llrooks, William Kaily,
VimeU Ileeclum, Aildi Moat, fiilnjul Wiililen,
Ilttln llomk, John Jones, .Mis. Andrews, Mary
llscilum, Urelo fe1ucr, Amelia Andiem,, Mi.
f.Yoiue htepheiiN Sumuel KdwariU, Albert .leu.
kin-, I'hillp Pipei, John Wairen, 'llionua
llrooks, i:il.t I!ooe, .Mrs. I.nlhei- 1'iiee, Mis.
Jaimw iimons, Charles l Pniin, Mi. Will
Warlike, Maty .Stephens,
William i:. Ilm j vn, liromley auniic,
father of 1'iof, llajden Ilium, the well-known
nni.lcal director. Is expected home next Krldjy
from an extended trip, turning' oeu-ral months,
tluoiuh Colorado, .Montana and California.
William '1'ioatel, the Jackson stiect butcher,
Is confined to Ills home with an attack of
Mis. Jume Itrnnlntrcr, of Smith .Ninth fctrcet,
H entertaining Mrs. It, M, t'ollwrn, of Jersey
Itev, .lames llciiitiii;er, pastor uf the new
Umbury Methodist l.'piscopal chinch, will ofilci.
ate at the lllchardi Uam xvedding In Wllkct-
lurro today.
Mr, uml Mia. William R. Lewis, of North
Main at cmie, mid Mint Jennie lws, of S-outh
Main atenuc, hate letuined liome , f rom u Ir'p
to the Soutli.
MU, l.'dna M, Homier, of I.uzeme ttrrct, I
ilsltlng filuuli In llaltlmore.
MUs Luira Paths, of South Main avenue, I,
enterlaiuliu Miss l.aiiiu Morrli, of roily r'oit.
William llortrcc, of I'ricu Uicct, Is otlll Mif.
firing f i oin Illness, which liasj Incapacltaled hlin
for a Ion; lime.
Stnrgess the Joinig son of Pr, and Mrs.
Sutton, who met ttith an accident last week, is
'I ho wrddii'K ot I.orcn Clark and Mist Viola
A well as tho handsomest, nnd others me fnvltcd
to call on any drujglst and net Jrcc a trial bottle
of Kemp's IlaUam for tho 'Ihroat and I.ungi, a
fcmcdy tint Is gnaiantced la cma and relieve nil
Chronic) and Acute C'oujiis, Asthma, Drondiltij
and Consumption. I'rkc 'J3c, and CUc.
Kvin, ol Tforlh Bromley itcnue, will be ol
cmnlted this evening at the home of lite bride's
pnrrnta, ly the ltcv, Thorn. ileUrucliy, 1).,
1astor of the Jackson Street Baptist church.
The stale missionary boanl will meet In the
l'cnn Aunue Uaptlst church on May 0, and
not at the Jackson Street Uaptlst church, as
previously slated.
The ltallroad auxiliary ol the Simpson Melho
tllst Episcopal church will meet tomorrow
ctculng at the home of Mrs. John II. Knight,
on Siiith Sumner atcnue.
Mis. IMuard Moran, ot Hampton street. Is
recovering from an Illness.
August rWcr, John Wagner, Jr., nnd Waller
Pclinar, of Hampton slrcet, hate returned home
from n fishing trip to Mnplcwood.
Clem Marsh, Will Johns and Will Marsh
were fishing at Mt. Pocono yesterday.
A daughter has brightened the home of Mr.
nnd Sirs. Welgand l'fcltfcr, of 515 North Hyde
Park atcnue.
Miss Alice .Tones, of Hampton street, Is con
fined to her home with an attack ot rheumatism.
Mrs. K. H, Klngsbuiy nnd children, and Ml-
Ileitht Kingsbury, of South llronihy ntetine,
hate returned homo from a visit with relative!
at llarriskirg.
Jits. Joseph Hint en nnd children, of West 1,1m
street, will leave this week for a visit with
relnllted In Cicrniiny,
Mrs. I', A. Allen, of Wthford, N. Y Is the
Riiest of her sister, Mrs. K. M, Stiong, of South
Main atcnue.
Dr. Arthur A. llejnolcU Is attending a fhs
reunion at the llaltlmore Medical college, from
which he gr.idiiitcd.
An eight weeks old child of Mr. and Mrs. 1'rnnk
J. laklind, of .It,", North llromley atcnue, died
on Monday, nnd will be burled In Ihe Washburn
slieet cemetery at 11 o'clock this morning.
The West Scranton Prohibition Alliance will
meet tomoirott- evening at llic home of Miss
Jennie Hughes, on Thirteenth street.
A sk-year-old child ot Mr. and Mrs. John
Stephens, of Kit South Main atcnue, fell from n
ttnll ut the corner of South Main ntenue and
West Locust street jesterday, while reaching for a
hat, which blew off her head during Ihe fctorm,
nnd was quite bi.lly injuicd. Dr. lle.tnolds was
callcdlto attend her.
Mrs, Prink lt.ijmond, of Jlughcs' court, Is
reported la be ill at her home.
T.nt I.udnlg, of North llromley atcnue. Is
sulTcrlng fiom Injuries received recently, while
at work in the Ulnmond mines.
Mrs. Jnniei Harris mid children, of Kvan'
court, will soon move to Buffalo, where Mr.
Harris is cmpto.ved,
Mrs. William Mutter, of North Hebeeca ave
nue, has returned home from a visit with
friends at Ismg Pond.
Mis. 0car lleers, of North Hi'becea avenue, Is
home from n vNIt at Tannersville.
John II. Knight, nf South Sumner avenue,
has returned homo from a brief sojourn nt
(Jeoige Jacoby, of North Lincoln avenue, has
returned home from a visit with his parents
at Slroutlshurg.
Mm. John Wardell, of North Garfield avenue,
is III at he home.
Miss May Bartholomew, nf Oram boulevard, is
home from a visit at Claik's Summit.
Thomas Jenkins, .of Tliiitecnth street, and
David lliorburn, of ruurteenth street, two well
known .toung men, left yesterday for Johnstown,
where they hate Mrured good positions.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hughes, of South Sum
ner ntenue, have a new dtugliter at their home.
.Mlcli.1i I McOurrigin, of this ride, vtas
thrown from n caniagc at the corner of Ninth
street and West Lackawanna atcnue eslerday
moining and quite badly injured. He was
taken to the Lackawanna huplt il.
Twentieth Ward Property Owners
Have Another Meeting Con
cerning the Sewer.
Notwithstanding the inclement weath
er there was a large attendance laat
night in Nowickl's hall of Twentieth
ward property owners, who have gone
on record as being opposed to the high
assessment. Messrs. Walsh and Barry,
In the absence of C. T. Boland and the
regular secretary, filled the chairs re
spectively. Director of Public Works
Roche and City Engineer Phillips were
present and went Into details, while the
engineer, by the aid of blue prints, ex
plained the length, depth and cost. He
admitted the estimate was high, and
stated that It could not be less, owing
to the increased cost of pipe and ma
terial and the increased cost in wages.
The officials were tendered u vote or
thanks for their courtesy, and they de
parted. Brief remarks were afterwards made
by Councllmen Coyne and Barrett, who
stated that they stood ready to carry
out the wishes of the citizens. They
were Instructed to have the construc
tion of the sewer delayed.
Celebration Tonight.
The members of Camp 430, Patriotic
Order Sons of America, will gather In
large numbers this evening at Athletic
hall to celebrate the thirteenth anni
versary ot the camp's Institution. This
programme will be observed:
Address of welcome William Wirth
"Ameilea" .Vsemblaso
Invocation Chaplain August 1'. Kraft
Intioductory remarks William Wlrlh
Duct Selected,
MUvses Martha Nordt and Maiy Wlrth.
Remarks National President A. .1. Collioin
"The Ladies" Fred Joins
.Selection La u cote's orchestra
"Our Ordci" Liull Bonn
"A Bachelor" William Wirth
"Nothing to Sa.t" Alfred liutlicliu
A Successful Concert.
Athletic hall was packed to the doors
last evening, when n high class pro
gramme of German songs were render
ed by the Scrnnton Saengerrunde.
The society showed the value of the
careful and through training which it
has undeigone for several months, with
Professor Theodore Hemberger as in
structor, nnd every piece was rendered
In a finished manner.
"Prince's" Sudden End.
Prince, tho big black horse of tho
Century Hose company, who has done
duty with that company for the past
nine years, made hl3 last run yester
day. Shortly before U a, m. a still alarm
was sent in becnune of a rather threat
ening blaze among the old lumber, that
encumbers the land, where formerly
stood tho L. I, & S snw mill.
The Neptunes und Centurys respond
ed und stream was at once turned on
the fire, which soon subsided. Just us
tho firemen were getting ready to reel
up the hose, "Prince" reared, then
fell to the ground and expired. The
unlmal was nearly 15 years of age and
was considered one of the best In tho
The black team owned by Philip Robinson,
away on Spruce stiect cstciday and was captuied
by Constable Peter Marker near the ttieet car
barn. The damage was trifling,
Dr, Schley's I.ung Healing Balsam Is guaranteed
to cure ull coughs, "No dire, no pay," for
tale by all dealeis.
Teddy, tho eldest foil of Mr, and Mrs. 1!. II.
Conley, of Moctim strict, i seriously ill with
llalu ilios., the barber, bavq retired from busi
ness. Hi'. J. ficorgc Kreiiban, of Cedar avenue, h at
tending the commencement exercises lids vcek
ut tho Philadelphia Dental college, where lis.
giaduatcd a car ago.
Dr. Miliiii has moved lo 7-'.' l'ltUlon atc
nue. Both 'phones', '
The following pcieons left for ficrnnny .vcler
dayj Itobcil IJIngol, Paul Dictilch. Mrs. Cliuilcj
Yvuputvsk), Mrs. Helping and MUs Mliucuhcigir,
John ,vxbcc pcifornicil .i delicate and hlguly
tucccuful operation icccntly vn a hvue owned
(3 llrail
Paslijon has alTllctcd
ofornuty and disease.
deformity and disease. Fashion is rcsponsibio for Btiuh
deformities as tho pinched waists of Etnopo and America,
tho tattooed skina of Africa and tho mutilated feet of China.
In the spread of disease fashion has used numerous agents,
but none moro powerful nor moro disastrous than tho trailing
skirt. In tho street this skirt gathers up millions of microbes
and ro-distributcs them in tho chambers of tho homo until tho
carpets nro infested with them, and every occasion of
sweeping and dusting sots thorn circling through tho
atmosphere, ready to bo inhaled and breed disease. If,
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Germs arc everywhere. AVo inhale them constantly,
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by Charlcn Hose. It was afllieted xtlth a cancer
oils growth near the eje, which lie u moved with
two weeks.' treatment.
A game ot basket ball between the North Knd
&lam and the High Works team was plavcd
last night, and the Man, vtcic vlttoilous by a
tcoio of IS to S,
The funcial of I'alilek Duikiu took place from
hi late residence on IhiiMn street, jesterday
morning. Kong befoie the time tot for the
funeral hundred! of people viewed the remains foi
the list time. TliU vtan one of the laigcst
funerals held In this section for wmo time, and
many out-a-town pcop'e were In attendance, At
J.30 o'clock the cortege moted lo tho llol.t
Ho.ary chinch, where a high miss of requiem
wus celebrated by llev, .1. .1, Holmes. 'Hie re
iiiilm were borne lo tho Cathediul cemetery,
whero Intcrinent was made.
The committee who had cluige of the clght.v
third annltcrtary of the Old IVllowa met la.t
evening In the Noith Seranton Jlepubllc in looms
on Wet Market tticct,
Tho Cambrians and the South hide team will
play a matih game on the Noith tkiantou Howl
ing alleys this evening.
UIIIIjiii Hughes, or I'cckville, was uuioug
callcr in town last ctculng,
Frank KtaiH, of Olt pliant, was visiting fiicmla
In town last evening.
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The regular monthly meeting of the Woman'
Home und Foreign Mlsaioiiai,t society ui Ilia
,C,rcen llldge I'icsbilerlan (.lunch will be held at
the home of Mm. l I.. Ilitthcoik, toi'iir of
Washington atcnuo and Delawaiu bluet, I'llday
Tho congiegallou of the tiiccu llldije lliptlst
church lute extended a call 10 Itev. lltniy Sterl
ing 1'otler, now pator of the Hope Uaptlst
thtucli, of Albanj, X. V. Mr. I'otter neeupbd
the pulpit of the (iiecn llldge llapti.t chuicli
two weeks ago last Sunday pleaching botli mom
lug and ctening nnd Ihe Impression made by him
was m favorable that an unanimous call lias been
extended to him. He lias been pastor of Hope
chinch about seven )fai, hating been called
jlicie toon after leaving college.
Mm. Iliookj, city mlxlciiair, of Albany, X. V.,
has re tin ned lo her homo, utter u week' tlilt
with Mr. Will JiiiL-ch, of Wvonihig avenue.
'Ihe marriage of Jilts I.vj l.rtiy, foinrily
of liiecu llldge, and I laience !ehciul', ot Wan
walosa, ML., at that place on the bill litst., Im
been uiinouiiccd to friend's here.
'lliu King' 'Daughters of the Cireiu llldge
humanity with two grcf
Fashion is rcsponsibio
rrorifc oviis
it. It builds up the body with sound
Br Pierce's Common Sense
MasSScat Adviser, tho best
Academy of Tlusic
U. ItElS, Letaee. , A. J. Dutty, Slanag.f.
AM, 'fills WKKIv.
Opening with a Sncilal Monday Matinee,
Ghas. Leybourne,
Emma Bunting
and Company, Preventing a Ilepcttolie of I.alo
li lees 10, 20 and 30c; inallnce, 10 and 'JOo,
Al.F. O. IinmtlSQTO.S, ll.ntgei.
Iluiltdiv, l'lldjv und Saturday,
"The Blue Bloods"
matisi:i: i:vi:iiv n.vv.
I'rcsbvteilan ehiivih were most delightfully en
tertained by Mrs. A. i:. Uentlej at the home
ol Colonel Holes Monday etciilu,'.
An alaini ot Hie fiom box 2', xestcrday after,
noon about - u'clock, wa caused bt u slight
blun- in the bain of I', J, lloian, on Chestnut
Hreet, Only light damage was done. About
HW would eotti Hie damage, 'the John II. Smith
company weie the only onca pietent, Theli iooiiw
adjoin lie Miiulini', 'Ihe tue alarm tvstcut did
not went, piopcrl.v und .w a remit the liidlcatom
In the varlviv. bote hoii-e-s did not propeily
ifgWci. Till via the only llie In the borough
dining tlio past four iiioall:.'.
The members of St, Mai'a council. Young
Men' Institute, will conduct .1 dam-o ill Wash
ington lull on Wcducsdiy evening, May T. Wah
leri. Ilicis.' oiehitha will furnish'.
The choir of the ricsbttcilan church will gltc
a Conceit lu the chinch on Thursdat ctculng,
May 13.
Mi. und Mis.' Maillu Dolphin, Mr. and Mi-'.
Lyceum Theatre
M. lll'.IS, I.csfce and Minager.
A. J, 11U1TV, Ilusineas Manager.
llxtruordlniry Hunt
Wagcnhal & Kemper 1'icjcnt
And an Incomparable Company In
Merchant of Venice
I'lkcs 2.V'.. 50c. 73e, $1.00, $1.00.
Seats now- on kiln.
Jlctuin Ihigagement. 'Ihe Season's Oiealest Suo
J. H. Stoddard,
In Ivhkc UMicllc's Illaboiale 1'ioduttlon ol
.Same ilreat Cast as llrfoie.
1'ilies-Mght, 23o lo fJ.Sli niallnee, 23c lo $1.
I auiagi Mght, 10.13; inatluce, 1.13.
Scats on tale Thuitduy at 0 a. m.
W. I.. I'urtcll and Mrs. A. McDonnell tpent je
ttnlay in llawley.
'Ihe school boaid will not meet until next
Tuesday night, tvlcn the election of a borough
tupcrlntcndcnt will take place,
llrs. J. 11. llaivcy and A. II. Iljrmtclii left C'
tcula.t for St. Louis nod Chicago, where they will
, pi ill the iiixl several tucks In study.
Mis. Ilauiel Swam rcturi ed home clfrday
from Flor'da, wh;rc the liai ptnt the past
tluce mouths.
IMwaid Mi.ulor has gone (o llnlulli. Minn.,
where lie will tpend the next ix mouths.
John M.ihouct bis ii-luiucd home, alter a mi
vice of time jears in Ihe l'hlllppiucM.
Hit. John II. Davice and ton uie gucsU at Iha
home ui John Mvlfall, on Mm duet