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THE SCRANTON TRIBCME-lPllIllAY,' MAY i 1902.
Branch, office In Jenkins' Drug store, corner of Main avenue and
Jackson Btrebt. Old 'phone, 617-4. New 'phone, 8-8-2-7. Open even
ings until 10.30 o'clock. WILLIAM B. HUQBES, CorresRondent.
RECEPTION AND SOCIAL TEN
DERED THEIR EMPLOYES.
Event Participated in by About
Two Hundred and Fifty Guests.
Various Amusements Provided.
Runaway Boys Arrested in Jersey
City Entertainment and Social
Last Evening Miner Dies from
His Injuries Other Events of
The ninth annual reception tendered
by Cluke Bros, to their employes was
held In the store rooms last evening:
ami was participated In by fully two
hundred and fifty people, Including the
wish boys, lady and gentlemen clerks,
bookkeepers, delivery clerks, and all
others In their employ.
This affair is looked forward to with
a great deal of Interest by the mem
bers of the firm and their employes,
snd not only serves to create renewed
good feelings among them, but Inci
dentally furnishes1 ample amusement
for old and young. The programme
last night was of an informal nature,
and the exercises were held in the
corner store room, which has Just been
remodelled for the clothing department.
The interior changes in the great de
partment store during the past year
aie numerous, the largo addition hav
ing been added, facing on West Lacka
wanua avenue, mention of which has
previously been mudo in this column.
When the general opening occurs in a
few weeks Claikc Bros, will reveal the
largest and best equipped department
store In the state.
The exercises began last evening with
mandolin anil guitar selections and
coon hongs by Kooney &. Co,, followed
by orchestral numbers lor dancing by
Lawrence orchestra. Then the firm
sprung a surprise on their employes,
when a genuine cake-walk, by two
colored counples, was given by John
and Susie Neuinis and William Fisher
and lady, or Philadelphia.
The prize, a highly ornamented qnkc,
was to bo given to the couple winning
the most applause. Both were well
rc elved, and the judge awarded the
cake to Mr. Fihher and lady. Danc
ing followed for some time, and aftpr
wards the game of ping pong was in
troduced, and prl7.es were awarded to
the successful contestants. At a
The Bet Family Cough Remedy,
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sale by
GEO. W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
9 The fact is conceded that for years past the progress of
i2 our Cloak and Suit Department has been an unbroken series of
?S successes with each succeeding season. Year by year has wit-
15 nesscd improvements at every point essential to the pleasure
'.g and profit of our patrons, and during the present season, not-
' withstanding that the floor space of this department has been
fJ5 doubled, we have been taxed to our utmost to keep pace with
Jj the never-ceasing flow of appreciative buyers, the number of
S which puts the trade of all former seasons completely into the
This being the fact, our original season's purchases proved
f totally inadequate to meet the requirements of our business, and
9 we were once more forced into the market with the result that
?5 we have
Purchased a Leading Manufacturers
Entire Stock of Ladies' High Glass
3 Suits at 40 Per Cent, Under Former Prices
This is a representative stock in the highest sense of the
word. The fabrics, the styles, the tailoring and the fit are as
j perfect as skill and fashion can make them, so that buyers
'? make no sacrifice during
g mis Miraorainary Bargain
Which begins on Saturday
A Few Indisputable Pacts.
B Ladies' fine Tailored Suits of serge and Venetian, eton and
-A half-fitting Jackets, trimmed with moire silk and novelty braid.
I5j Skirts have full graduated flounce, and the whole suit is un-
usually well tailored, A regular 813.50 suit t A AA
9 Ladies' Suits of fine cheviots, Venetians, hop sackings, etc.,
in blue, black, castor and oxford greys; eton or blouse effect
31 Jackets, elegautly trimmed with silk bands, etc. Skirts cut
'S in newest styles ana trimmed witn moire, graduated
flounce, etc. A splendid value
Ladies' high class Tailored Suits of broadcloth, Venetian,
serges, etc; colors, blue, black and oxford; beautifully lined
and trimmed with taffeta reveres, cuffs and vest jackets, in eton,
mouse or ujdbqu Bvyieo, owim
iota nanus, etc. xuu vaiue
Ladies' Suits1 in fine cheviots
black and castor; eton or blouse
superlative flounce and the entire
the Maltese possime manner, buus thui are wen
worth 825,00, during this sale
Ladles' Suits of broadcloth, Venetians, serges and fine wool
crash. Jackets have taffeta vests, cuffs and reveres, while the
ob-trtn rim trimmed with superlative flounce, etc. Model hloli-
ciass suits that pould not be purchased in the or- "! aa'(
diuary way under 830.00. Sale
I Globe Warehouse!
seasonable hour refreshments were
The employes were from the Pcck
vllle, South Scranton and West Scrau
ton stores conducted by tho Clarke
Bros., and are ns sociable a crowd as
one w6uld wish to meet anywhere,
Messrs, K. M. and George W. outdid
themselves in tho way of entertaining
their friends, una' deserve much credit
for conducting such a treat, The floor
committee was made up of T. F. Wul
dron, J. V. Hoff, H. H. Bamford and
Runaway Boys Caught.
Thomas Watkins. Sidney Kumbold,
Seth Thomas and Alfred Saunders, four
young West Scranton boys, who ran
away from their respective homes on
Thursday, have been located, one of
them having returned, and tho others
will In all probability bo at homo to
day. They started out to see the world and
reached Jersey City on coal and freight
trains, whero they were picked up by
tho police. In tho meantime Superin
tendent Day had communicated a de
scription of the boys to the different
police departments along the Lacka
Chief of Police Murphy, of Jersey
City, notified him yesterday that ho
had tho boys In custody, and the Wat
kins boys' father was notified and
started after them yesterday.
Their dream of the life beyond tho
parental home Is probably not as rosy
as they believed when they started out,
and doubtless all of them will bo glad
to reach homo again.
Entertainment and Social.
There will be an entertainment and
social at the Fourth Ward mission
Sunday school this evening, under tho
auspices of Class No. 9. The following
is the programme:
Solo ., Minnie Harlh
llrciUtion .....' Cora Lewis
Duett Ailhur and Ooiilon Lewis
OrKan sole Leila Walking
Solo , Annie Joni'i
Hecitallon Alma fioaly
Solo Sir.ili )otito
Solo Mis. John Orifllth
&ok All1. Llnjd
The orchestra of the school will
render several selections during the
At St. David's Church.
The Ladles' Aid chapter of the St.
David's Episcopal church conducted a
May-pole dance and social in the base
ment of the church last evening. A
vocal and instrumental programme
was furnished by Miss Rose Smith,
Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. A. R. Jones,
Misses Smith and Williams, Arthur
Morgans, May Dorsey, Robinson broth
ers and Mrs. Randolph Jones.
Tho May-pole dance was given by
sixteen boys and girls, under the direc
tion of Miss Phillips, assisted at the
piano by Miss Smith. Refreshments
were served afterwards.
Intertainment of the
morning at 0 a. m.
for $16.50. Sale d y j-r
uuvo giuuutucu nounce, tar
,T60: ,Ba!: $15.00
and Venetians; colors, blue, tL
effect Jackets, Skirts have 5!
suit is tailored and finished in fe;
, , Y mm m JJ
Electric CHy Mandolin and Guitar chib
was held In Means' hall last evenlwr
and was largely attended. A dance
followed, which waB continued until
Instrumental selections were render
ed by the club, and songs, dances, recl
tntlons and other specialties were
given by Miss Clerrlty, Lizzie Need
ham, Harry Hubbard, Miss Jenkins,
John Morgans, Patrick Mangnn,
Henley brothers, Excelsior quartette,
Miss Mooney, Fred Robinson and Wil
Died at the Hospital.
John Golden, of 105 Grant avenue,
who was so seriously Injured while at
work In the Brlgg's shnft a week ngo,
,dled at the West Side hospital yester
Deceased Is survived by his wife and
one child. The remains will.be taken
this morning to Gnlletzen, Cambria
county, Pn whero Interment will be
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The ofllcial board, the Ladles' Aid
society and the Sunday school teachers
of the Embury Methodist Episcopal
church will give a reception to Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Powell, of Buffalo, Satur
day evening at 7.30 o'clock In tho new
The juvenile choir of the Sherman
Avenue mission will meet in their rooms
Miss Alice Cook, of Renova, and Miss
Jennie Lewis, of Plttston, returned
homo yesterday from a visit with Miss
Laura Davles, of South Main avenue.
Mrs. Jane Jenkins, of Plttston, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hughes
of North Bromley avenue, yesterday.
Mrs. Llewellyn Jenkins, of Jackson
street, is dangerously 111, and her re
covery Is doubtful.
The Electric City Wheelmen's bowl
ers will play a return game on the
Green Ridge Wheelmen's alleys this
Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Williams, of 351
North Garfield avenue, were called to
Buttonwood, Luzerne county, yester
day by the death of Mrs. Williams'
mother, Mrs. Mary Johnston.
Tho West Scranton Co-operative as
sociation will meat in St. Leo's hall
this evening for the purpose of effect
ing permanent organization, electing
officers and issuing certificates of
The remains of tho lato John Han
nick, who died at his home In Belle
vue, were interred in the Cathedral
cemetery on Wednesday morning. Ser
vices were held lis Holy Cross church.
The regular weekly session of the
Wahneta Dancing class will be held In
Mcars' hall this evening.
The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Simpson Methodist Epis
copal church will meet this evening at
the home of Mrs. A. M. Sniffer, on
South Hyde Park avenue. Reports of
the past year's work will be given and
officers for the ensuing year will bo
The Luther League of St. Mark's
church have ananged for u reproduc
tion of the Oborammergau Passion
Play pictures in the church next Wed
nesday and Thursday evenings.
At the meeting of St. Patrick's La
dles' Irish Catholic Benevolent union,
No. C02, held In St. Leo's hall last even
ing, arrangements were mudc for a so
cial, to be held the third week in May.
Members of Good council. No. 663, of
North Scranton, and St. Monica's, No.
(Kfl, of Minooka, were present last
Harry Edwards, Ellsworth Kelly,
Clyde Hardenberg, Wendell Evans,
Stephen Dawes, Emlyn Davles, Brln
ley Evans, Thomas Durkln, Gordon
Uvans and John Williams have or
ganized a base ball club. They played
a team from Green Ridge yesterday.
Mrs. Helen Fellows, of Tenth street,
who was 71! years old recently, was
visited by many of her relatives and
fi lends and heartily congratulated.
Martin McAndrew, of 510 Fourth
street, was committed to the county
jail recently by Alderman Kelly, In de
fault of $1,500 ball, charged with em
boz'.line a sum of money from his re
latives. Mrs. Luther Jones and daughter Mae,
of North Main avenue, have returned
home from a visit with friends in
Miss Mabel Phillips, of North Re
becca avenue, is confined to her home
Mrs. Rachel Evans, of South Sumner
avenue, is seriously ill.
Mrs. George Markey, of North Brom
ley avenue, has returned home from a
visit In Olyphant.
Mrs. Amzl Albert, of North Hyde
Park avenue, Is convalescing after a
Mrs. James P. Davles, of Kingston,
Is vifciting her sister, Mrs. Morgan P.
Daniels, of Division street.
F. E. Neal, of Watervlllle, N. Y.
was a recent guest of Rev. H. C. Mc
Dermott, of North Hyde Park avenue.
Tickets for Miss Ellen M. Stone's
lecture at the Lyceum, on May 10, can
be obtained at John J. Davles' drug
store, 106 South Main avenue,
Tho Royal Society of Good Fellows
held their regular meeting In Red Men's
ball last evening and received several
proposition for inembeishlp.
Mr. and Mrs. .Tames M. Powell, of 115
North Lincoln avenue, welcomed a son
at their homo recently.
Dr. A. A. Reynolds, of Jackson street,
returned home yesterday from a visit
with friends In Baltimore.
One of the most enjoyable social af
fairs that lias occurred In town In some
lime took placo at the home of Daniel
Powell, on Blakely street, last evening,
where his daughter, Miss Bessie, enter
tained a large number of her young
friends. Ping-pong, croklnole und var
ious other games were Indulged In,
which made the evening pass all too
quickly. At , late houv, dainty re
freshments were served, which round
ed out an evening of rare pleasure.
Among those present were: Misses
Hope Plnnell, Juno Simpson, Mary
Webber, Uuelah SwartA Bessie Brink,
Alice Goodwin, Grace Stevens, Ethel
I.lchtenhum, Ethel Smith, Heulnh Ives,
Gertrude Hughes, Jessie Price, Freda
Ludwlg, Vera Ehrgood, Jennie Davis,
Olive Price, Irene Burns. Hortense Col
lins, Leah Mowery, Anna Secor, and
Messrs. Garfield Angwlu, Stuart Slegle,
Lester Yost, Wesley Webber, Jaiyies
Ellis, George Kellam, George Young,
Ralph Ives, Harold Davis, Henry
5Cleger, Arthur Phaler, Homer Hand,
Harry Stevens. t
Tho candidates for the position of
THE HOMELIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
As well u I lie handsomest, and otlirrs arc invited
to rail on an druggist ami get frco a trial bottle
of Kcii' DiUain or the throat and i.ungi, a
remedy that H guaiantrcd to cure and tclleta all
Chronic and Acute Coughs, .Uthiita, Uroncblti
and CvruuuittIou. I'rkc 'iSc, uud CVc.
boroiigh superintendent are gaining in
numbers, if not In strength, as the day
of the election draws nearer. Among
the foremost In tho fight are T. G. Os
borne, Peter Peuser, who wan formerly
Instructor of music In tho borough
schools; Charles P. Hoban, of Avoca,
and C. D. Bovnrd, tho present Incum
bent. Tho Indications are that there
will bo at least thro moro entries be
fore Tuesday next.
Tho Improved order of Heptasophs
will meet In Odd Fellows hall tonght.
Wllllnm Wilson returned to his home
In Philadelphia yesterday, after a stay
of several days In town.
Mrs. Robert Nash Is the guest of
H. A. Smith, formerly of the Union
Cnsh store, has accepted a position
with the clothing firm of John D. Boyle,
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Contemplated Changes fn Hickory
Street Presbyterian Church In
Honor of Her Birthday.
Tho contemplated changes at the
Hickory Street Presbyterian church
were brought to a head at tho last spe
cial meeting and the plans have been
placed In the hands of a committee,
headed by Louts Schumacher as chair
man. The other members who will uld
In having the work pushed to a speedy
completion are: William Hammen, sr
Henry Spruks, John Freuchtel, sr., and
The principal changes will bo made
on the Interior, where the side galleries
and organ loft will be removed, so as to
secure the full value of the side win
dow llcht, which so far has been ob
scured by the gallery, making the In
terior so dark and gloomy that lights
had 'to be burned freauently.
A new gallery, however, will be put
In place, so that as many as before can
be seated. It will be at the Hickory
street end, and built semi-circular, simi
lar to the new parish house gallery. Tho
walls will nlso bo renovated and tinted
In a much lighter shade, and the Inside
will be made much more, bright and
cheerful. The intended Improvements
will cost In the neighborhood of $5,000.
Celebrated Her Birthday.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry, at
1210 Willow street, was Invaded a few
nights ago by a party of friends, who
had learned in some way that it was
Mrs. Henry's fifty-first birthday. Al
though taken by surprise, the host and
hostess proved eciual to tho occasion,
and served the visitors with an appe
tizing supper. Games of various kinds
followed, and dancing was kept up until
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs.
John Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Mrs.
Mordock, Mrs. Wlnman, Mrs. Smith,
Mrs. Greenwald. Mis. Vail and the
Misses Freda Miller, Grace
Lydla Henry, and Violet
Messrs. Murphy, Springer,
Wlnman, and Matthewson.
NTJBS OF NEWS.
Irene, the young daughler of Mr. and
Mrs. Mulaney, whose death occurred
on Wednesday, was laid at rest yester
day afternoon. Services were held at
927 Maple strpet, and interment was
made in the Cathedral cemetery.
Charles Weber, was fined $2.00 by
Magistrate Storr yesterday, for riding
a wheel on the sidewalk, contrary to
William Kelper, sr., a well known G.
A. R. man and a former resident of
this side, now located at tho Erie
Soldier's home, Is spending- a thirty
day's furlough with friends on this
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is
guaranteed to cure all coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
The Ladles' Aid slciety of the Hick
ory Street Presbyterian church met in
monthly session last evening.
William Kelper, jr., who has spent
the last two years In and around
Manila, P. I is homo on furlough, and
with his father Is enjoying it on this
side. He arrived in San Francisco.
April 16, and got home last Wednes
day. A meeting of the teachers of the
Presbyterian Church Sunday school
was held last evening.
The congregation of St. Paul's (Cedar
avenue) Methodist Episcopal church
tendered their pastor, Rev. F. P. Doty,
and his family a welcoming reception
In the church parlors Tuesday evening.
Notwithstanding the downpourlng rain,
a large number were present and a good
time was enjoyed by all.
Dr. Quinn has moved to 725 Plttston
avenue. Both 'phones.
The first auarterly conference of St.
Paul's Methodist Episcopal church will
be held this evenlnsr. Rev. Dr. Griffin,
presiding elder, will be present and pre
side. NORTH SCRANTON NEWS.
John Griffiths Painfully Injured In
the Leggett's Creek Mine To
Establish a Kindergarten.
John Griffiths, a resident of Marvlne
patch, was painfully Injured while at
work In the Leggett's Creek colliery
yesterday morning about 8 o'clock.
Griffiths was employed as a dilvm In
the China vein, and while walking along
the roadway was struck bv a small
locomotive, which was drawing a trlD
of loaded cars,
He was thrown to the giound, break
ing one of Uls legs and painfully Injur
ing him about the buck. He was re
moved to his home,
On Monday next a private kinder
garten will be opened In tho North
Scranton Institute of Human Develop
ment In the Tabernacle, The mauugers
of the Institute have secured Miss
Esther Thomas, who has been for some
time In churge of the St, Luke's kin
dergarten In the central city.
The klndergurteii will bo opened for
two mouths, and the sinull tuition fee
of one dollar per student will be
charged per month. The number of
students is limited to thirty.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
A muslcale will be given, under the
direction of the Epworth league, In the
Court Street Methodist church on Tues
duy, May 6. The following programme
will be rendered: Piano solo, MIbs York;
tableau; violin solo, MUs Marlon Hill;
reading, Miss Sweetser; vocal bolo,
Fred Gunster; tableau: vocal solo,
Lewis McKuskerj pluno duet, Mts
Bertha Thomas and Raymond Davis.
Ice cream and cake will be served after
Tho North End Glee club held a well
attended rehearsal In their rooms last
From 2 to i o'clock thjs afternoon will
' ' I . . .
" Oct up ! " Tho
excited eaffernoaq and
sweet service oi tuis
icamca mat wnat is now- piay may become earnest ana ner
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is snatching a few minutes' rest from her household labors
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somo childish mishap. Whon sho has sank into Bluraber at
last, weary of tho day and its trials, baby's wail will again
demand that bIio get up and minister to his needs. And so
Bho lives her life. Child follows child and to each in buc-
vubsiou buo Bacrinccs rest ana Bleep. ior oacn Bho slaves a
little moro arduously. And when worn and faint her feet
move siowiy, some cnuaish need will re-echo tho old cry,
"Get up!" "
Tho mother who rears a family and slaves and labors for
them will surely lose her strength and fall off in looks
unless sho makes a proper provision for self-preservation.
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if eho is to presorvo
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be observed as ladles' day at the North
End bowling alleys.
Mrs. David Price, of Oak street, Is 111.
Company C, First regiment of the j
Catholic Total Abstinence Union of
America, will drill this evening at T.30 i
Miss May J, Wheeler, of Tompkins
vllle, and Mrs. Grant Bell, of this city,
are guests of Mrs, C. P, Grossman, of
The Women's Christian Temperance
union held a well-attended meeting In
the Young Women's Christian associa
tion rooms, on North Main avenue, yes
terday. Mrs. Fred Phillips, of North Main
avenue. Is seriously til.
Company C, of tho Catholiu Total Ab
stinence Union of America. First regi
ment or Lancers, will conduct an enter
tainment and social In St. Mury's hall,
Friday evening, May j).
The Young American Stars will play
the Gieen nidge school learn, Saturday
afternoon at a o'clock, on the lace lac
The Foreign Missionary society of the
Providence Presbyterian church meets
thlH afternoon with Mrs, George 13.
Guild at the paisonage.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Haggerty, of 1418 Summit avenue, died
yesterday, Funeral this afternoon at 2
o'clock, Interment n Dunmure ceme
tery. GREEN RIDGE.
The following juogrumine will bo car
ried out at the regular monthly meet
ing of tho Women's Missionary society
of the Green Bldge Presbyterian church,
Which will ba field at the home of Mr,
F, Ij. Hitchcock, on WashliiKtou uve
nue, at 3 so o'clock this afternoon;
Opening services: minutes of April
meeting; Miss AI. h. Willlumh' icport
of tho dlstilct meeting held at Cm lion
dalo last month; prayer: l'.iper, pic
pared and read by Mrs. 13. J. Burr, of
Caibondalej hymn; i oil-cull; solo, by
Mrs. U It. Foster; hymn; Lout's prayer;
Dr. George Lindsay, of the medical
mother smiles at tho habv's
pretends to quicken her pace.
nrst - oorn mtlo olio she lias not y
an oven balance of health. It ib al6o
a real strencth-srivincf medicine. For
ium Lii-n azx!iiixtawvjmwj..s!n.
department of the University of Penn
sylvania, is at Ills home, on Monsey
avenue, for a brief vlbit.
T. S. Huilllng, D. Curmlchael and Mr.
McAullff havo leturned from u lishlng
trip with a catch of :6f) limit, noun of
which measuied less than eight Inches.
I. L. Smith, of Meridian street, Is
Moving Into the old Colonel Monies
BlCilABD EDWARD FANNING, son
of Mr. and Mrs. George Fanning, of No,
1 Wheeler place, died last evening about
7 o'clock, of congestion of the brain,
aged 1U years. Deceased was at his
work ami seemed In about his usual
health AVednesday, but complained of
not feeling well yesterday morning and
did not go to work. In the afternoon a
physician wus culled, but he grew
worse, becoming unconscious, uud died
about 7 o'clock. The funeral will be
held Sunday uf tin noon fioin the icsl
dence, MISS HANNAH L. M'CAItTUY,
niece of Mrs, V, F. Callahan, of this
city, died ut her homo In Leo Vnllsv,
Nebraska, Sunday, April 20, aged 21
years. Miss McCarthy was a resident
of .Mayileld, la until a lew yeais ago,
when she moved to Nebraska. For the
past tluee sears Miss McCaithy wits
engaged as an Instructor In the uubllo
schools of Leo Valley,
DAN1KL G. MAIHU3H, the 3-munths-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Maurer,
died yesterday morning ut tho family
residence, 725 Beech sicet, The funcial
Will take placo tomorrow afternoon at 2
'I ho lunnol uf ttie late Mn. Illunui X. ljjlc,i
wilt lc lii'M M tin- i(l(Ii'iiio of her diu;lil..i,
JliJ. (IijiIm HiuoK, mi IMiu jiciiiK-, Kituuljy
JUuiiuou at a o'llnik, anil will lio irlwti', bin
lie r frlcudi nuy i-alt bctnccii tlic livui o( 10
M. Ki:if I.es'ce and It.inagi'r,
A. J, IHU'l'V, Iiusliicss Manastr.
SA'U'HinV .M.VilNKt: AND MGUT.
Itetmn Kngagcimiit. tho StUiou'a fliiutesl Sue
J. H. Stoddard,
In KIrko 'I ilnlle'f Kluboute Production of
BONNIE BRIER BUSH
Sjiiic (irrat Cast as Ileforc
rriitt .NUM, 2 to $1,30; nutlnce, 23c to fL
('jriUisc Night, W.llj inalliK'O, 4.I5.
beat) on tali' "l luirs.il.iy at 0 a. in.
Academy of flusic
U. RUI3, teat;
A. J, Dufljr, Uantgir.
i:i;k, 'iiu: I'Avoitins
Willi CluiiUi l.oi Inn lie anil Kiiuii.i IliiiitlriT.
l'ilic 10, -JU and .'llli'.j iintliii'ci-, JO and 20o.
SCHILLER STOCK COMPANY
Supi'tTt liiii the Il?auti(iil and ,i'iomii!nh"t
MISS i:i.I. 1'ONTAIN'HI.KAU.
ALF. O. HEltniNOTON, Manager.
Thursday, l'rlday and Sjtuiday,
MAY I, 2 AMI a.
"The Blue Bloods"
MATINIU; UYliny DAY.
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