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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, MAY IT, 1902.
Week's Social Nws
IT Is a pathetic thlnir thiit fiurlrtRr tli
fair pprltiff weather, one who hns
been bo active n Mr. .lolin Jermyn,
nnil who has bo lovod nnttire nnd out
of door life, iihotilit tic phut awny In a
darkened room, and racked by the tor
ture of almost mortal Minors. . Wast
Itif? away day after day, the gentle,
kind-hearted old man In the twilight
of hlfl years beat a his suffering with
Infinite patience and seems most din
ttirtterl because he requires ho much
oiiro which must weary those who
watch by his bedside. It Is a sorrow
ful ending for a vigorous life which
might naturally have been expected to
continue in splendid health for years to
come, and there aro multitudes nf
friends to wish for some favorable
change in his condition.
The annual meeting of th Country
club, which was to have taken place nl
4.C0 this afternoon, will be at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. .1 times W. Oakford will
hiiveia reception this aftornoon at their
country place, "Lowlands," near Clark's
Summit. A large number of jjueats
from this city will ro uv on the -1
o'clock train, returning: ut 8.
Church people In general are greatly
Interested In the coming of Miss TSIlen
Stone next Monday night. The thrill
ing story sho has to tell is something
fascinating1 beyond belief, and she tells
It well. The object for which the lec
ture will be given is one most worthy,
as the church of which Hev. Thomas
dc Oruchy Is pastor Is much in need of
funds. Miss Stone will be the guest of
Colonel and Mrs. nipple during her
slay In this city. There will be an in?
formal reception on the stage at the
close of the lecture to enable all who
wish to meet Miss Stone to have that
Miss Julia Ilickok, daughter of the
late Rev. Dr. Ilickok, who was pastor
of the First Presbyterian church previ
ous to Dr. Logan, will be the guest of
friends in this city during the next
week. Miss Ilickok will be entertained
at the home of Mrs. Geoigo dutSota
Miss Gertrude Spruguo ciiterlainrd
the Thursday Afternoon Card club yes
terday. There will be a rummage sale on
.Monday at 229 Penn avenue, for the
benefit of the Girls' Summer Home. A
dearth of these interesting affalis must
have ben remarked during the past
few months and this one lor a most
worthy object should bo well patron
ized. Messrs. R, G. Brooks and C. D. Jones
and party arc expected to arrive In
New York tomorrow from their Medi
Mrs. Thomas Dickson lias closed her
town house, on Washington avenue,
and has gone to her country place in
Morristown. Mrs. Dickson has greatly
improved in health during the past
year, and a host of friends aro wishing
for her the happiest possible summer.
Mrs. Charles Schank entertained a
number of little folks last Saturday
at her home on Sunset avenue, Green
Kidge, in honor of the birthday of her
little daughter, Helen Louies. The fol
lowing little ones had a very enjoyable
time: Marion McCllntock, Ruth Mc
Clintock, Helen Staples, Alberta Bry
ant, Marion Lansing, Anna May
Brown, Christine Mayeis. Maiy Louise
Mayers, Esther Tappan, Dorothy Knox,
Helma Elgler, Gertrude Elgler, Ken
cth Brady, Will.ird Tappan. Mis.
Schank was assisted in entertaining
and serving refreshments by Miss
Ithea dossier and Miss Uuth Mayeis.
The Denver Times of Tuesd.ty says:
ill. Samuel Xiwhoi'ie is uniting a i-eiv-ilion
in London villi .i uoiideiful i-lrlng of piaili ic
pntcd to lie worth WW, nliiih wcio rullectul
for licr I iy the UoMii-Hrbtol Jc-ivcliy nun, o!
Xo -.fraud of pcji Is to fne has rer lecn s en
In the UnslMi moUopoIR
1'our jaim v.eie icijuiictl In folhil tliem.
'the Winn watcu or the u around llurnu,
Cejjon anil Au'tialla tmiiMicd the peeilc-s
There arc ity purl in the itrirsr ai.il each
would be a liaiidvuno irlit in Itwlf. They uic the
larcM, moat pence t i-pcchiieiw of the Oiiental
A magnificent ciiicuhl iljfji of gi.'jt ulw
liohli the stramN ioun.1 tlic ncili uf Its i.ilr
London, accutlnnioj tu the dNpjy of ic6lly
Jowl-Is for tcntuiics pjt liy iu nolillity, i- aloti
isheil at the luilliaiu drauty oi tin- 'puil ntcU
l.ice worn by tin- Amciicjn woiu.ui, who N ilim
for a hiicf period, whiiv ln-r ilmr hibbaml i
attcndlntr to llnmUnl alljlr.
'Iho fashionable of the Urilisli capll.il, wlio
never fall to ncto the attire of one another ami
While many a woman U lonsliifc "lo so cut
to grass with the old Mm" fate in tlio
Biilw of "oprlnif hoiiseeleanliiar," ,'ino,ig,"
"fprinK tcwlner," "gettiiur ieady for Matilda's
commencement," or "Hculah'a wcddlnqr,"
usually forbid the foiay until all duties
accomplished, tho coasi is clear for nel(.
Indulgence, Mothou aro prouiblally unel.
ilsh, snil they seldom t ike their pk'u.niiln,'
until oery member uf tin family U prpeily
attended to. Uee.1vi011.1lly thU solt-ubiicjitbn
li run led too far, eu'ii to the ileiiim-nt of
the family's pioiaU Wo lme ill kno.Mi in.
etaucei, vliere peipclual biiricnder 011 tie
pari of tha mother has bivd iorie-ioudhig
inOlrteicnre and ue'leet on the pait of the
family without Iheli lealilnp; it, "Any old
article of drcv.-i h Hood cnoui.ii for iiiothcr,
sho don't cum much about colng out .in;
how!" "There" 110 me ail.lns her to go to tho
picnic or take u tide, Mie's used to 3taius
"Mother don't mind waililnn dldin or peel
ine potatoes, or.il nnj thing like that stuins
my band horrlhlyl" "I wan going to get
my wlfo a new wulni; marlilnn or tl a kink
In the kitchen thU kpilug, but ulic's I'.ei
t) golntr without, and ( think I'll take the
money for that bay mare of .lone' lint can
pa ruj thing on tho road," and to ad in
If ou alwa$ Iniht, iiiothrr, on eatlnj; the
cruftb and Inilldlug tlio flrc. and taking h
butt riul of eury boiuehold rcpora.ihIlity,
and wearing edd clothe. oii iuy keep pn
doing: It to the end with no tlmiiU, and tho
icilliallon that iou uio to blaino in laigc
rueasure for the engendering and t".terlo- uf
eltlli and unluvrly traits on tnu part of our
What gill wanti to niauy a nun wha ii
habitually neglectful of his moil.er? WImi c
lccls 4 hujlunj and father who gori oil to
t tlvlr vloltom, hmc iprM'l itnqiullflttl ad
miration for tlw superb penrlo worn by Mr,
Thoy ar (Imply fining, tl t their own beauty
may bf the mnro ipparent. The laiitfjt pearl will
jtwt roir a nlv-peiiny pltte, but all arp of aeit
lie. .lln the ftrand was piircbaMd of tbe
Bohm-BrlMl company, .Mr Nmhnitto win of.
ferfil Alfi,000 inorf than t.e paid for the peir'n.
She drellnril to part with thtui, at the f Irinff
cannot be diipllejtecl. It ) fild.
Mr. Ncvrhonsp Is r-ptndlnir the ei!on nt tlir
liljet. She liiiii btui Inotnlled In a ltitirltu mlt
of room and la (rolna; out er.tt-here. She bud
a bn allotted to her nt Hi" opera for one nlht
wfelily, but bai arrnnR"'! to oeupy Lord Delia,
ter'a box twlie p wcclc ns we'l,
In noMitieii to th" dnrlf atraiul of Mi? p?arb,
tif ha tRiihurri frein the Hnhm-llrMol company
a iTilendid collar ol ftrviHri pefr!, compowd it
The utramli are fadtrnfd wllb diamond clajp?,
r.d tlw collar la pirtleularly lmiidwme, but roi
ai valub!r .11 the in;le airing of Oriental bean
tlw. Mrs. New liouseV DtMr frleria are dellghfeJ to
bear of her forinl suecefft In Knjknd.
Mr. Kichard Uaamlah Is EDcndlng
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One of the wonders of stage mechan
ism of the present day Is the Grigo
latis flying ballot, which is the great
feature of the "Sleeping Eenuty and
Beast" spectacle, which has crowded
the Broadway theatre, Now York, for
several months past. In the scene
which represents AVInter the Grlgolatis
appear gat bed us swallows. The stage
is filled with the great ensemble, in
which all the seasons are vividly pic?
Suddenly the Grlgolatis are seen flying
through the air, alighting in the center'
some time in his old home, looking
lifter the strike In the Interests of the
Philadelphia North Arneiicun. Mr.
Beamish has been most successful in
his work in the Quaker city, having
received one promotion after another
as the reward of his energy and versa
tility. He is exceptionally well equipped
as ti journalist, for he has studied both
law and medicine and Is familiar with
111 1 and music, as well as business' af
fairs. Since becoming connected with
the North American he has beheld the
rise and f.ill of many dynasties as re
gards that erratic journal and has wit
nessed the departure of about three
hundred members of its staff, while lie
still stays undisturbed and nourishing.
Judge and Mrs. A. A. Vosburg en
tertained at dinner lust evening. In
honor of their guest, Judge William
P. Lally, of Noiristown. Pa.
A delightful reception was given last
night by Mrs. Joshua Williams, of
North Park, in honor of Hev. F. It.
Jenkins, of Miirthyr.Tydvll, Wales, and
his brother, Rev. W. G. Jenkins, of
Portyprldd.who aie now touring In this
country. The house was beautifully
decorated with llowers and potted
plants and a most elaborate lepast
was served. Among the guests ptesent
were the following: Mr. and Mrs. I,
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Menu for Sunday, May 15
htrawbeiriei with Oram,
Chicken Haih with Uieen l'epn-ii
I i Oliiialno Potatoes.
Coiisoiume Italian l'ate.
llipe Oliu'. ItadUhes.
Ituasi l,ci( of Mutton, fmiaiit Jelly,
Hiked Sv.cet I'ot.ttoo,
pdiliettl, aii (Iraiin.
Lettuce Salad, 1'ieiiili Piecing.
Canadian liub I'ltecuc.
Cottigc I'mliltiw, Miple fai; Sauce.
Minced Ham, Ma,taul Pickles.
Omehite ill rhalliu; Dish.
Ulead and Putter.
(Ilngeibread. Cottage Chcue.
f - -f-f-fi-f 4-4-f-f-f-f 4-H-H-4-
tike hl.'i plcaiiiiiug by liiuv,, If, who buys .ill
the' newest labor-alii niulilneiy for bit
own use on the farm, and leaie Ida wife
to btiugiilo along ear In and jrar out with
,a pump so slln and awkward that it ousht
to lc run by horsepower, narrow doomtepi
ami strep cellar kt.iiH that aie a peipctuil
inenaci) to lllo and limb, licaiy Iron pots and
skillets, uud a bah.ira of a bick jard, in whl.ii
ho U foircd to bang out tliu a,li, week af
ter week, lu the blazing tun?
"Urratlies theie a man with rout so dead,"
who "propstly ml rested'' could not be
trained to inaku thing as cajy for bis wife
tf iS! '&$$ -f ;.;?: :i, " . ;;a V - . . -" d mmmmmmimm
. Wlilam, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Wil
liams, Mr. and Mrs. Ebenezer Wil
liams, Mr. nnd Mrs, Itobert Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jenkins, Miss Josle
Wlttlums, Miss Louise Williams.
John M. B. Ward, of Pnterson, N, J
son of Mr. and Mrs. 55bitlon Ward, nnd
nephew of the late Judge W. G. Ward,
of this city, was united In marriage
Thursdoy evening to MIbs Virginia.
Vander Purgh, daughter of Mr. nnd
Mis, M. S. Vnnder Durgh of Hucken
snek, X. J at the Christ Protestant
Episcopal church, Hnckensack.
Miss Kathcrlno Hnrt, of Hackensack,
was maid of honor. Tho nuilds were
Misses Bess Parker of Hogotu, Cnssle
Hpear of Jersey City and Julia Adams
The ushers were Alexander P, Gray,
Jr., of Paterson, Arthur Vreelund of
North PateiTon: Theodore V. Sloan of
Pnterson, nnd Douglas II. Word of
Scrunton, Pa. The beet man was Hon.
Edmund O. SUiltrr of Pntetson.
The groom Is well known In thin city
where he has attended numerous so
Frank Bllckens and Miss Alice Mite
Eley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George
Eloy, of Dickson City, were married on
Thursday night at the Primitive Metho
dist church In that borough. The bride
was attended by Minn Mabel Mlckons,
while the groomsmnn was Dr. Lynch.
of the stngt as gracefully as the birds
they imitate. After the presentation of
several novel movements, which in
volve most artistic gyrations in mid
air, they retire from the stage, appear
ing again In the final tableau, "Beauty's
Awakening," supporting high above
the heads of the vast groupings on the
stage a great golden horseshoe and
garlands and festoons of llowers com
posed of tiny electric lights.
The act of the Grlgolatis is so grace
fully, and, apparently, so easily done,
that its difficult character and the long
Baiter's oicheslra played as the couple
entered and left the church. Alter a
reception, Mr. and Mrs. Bllckens left
on u wedding- lour.
Movements of People.
W. if. Uaid.ur N in llonetdale.
Mis. Jjiiic-. 1". DlcUon was in tbe city jedcr
day. 1". M. Spenur has neaily reioicred from Us
JIM. 1'. T. Sweet N lecoU'ihijf from a t.euie
alUik of tonsllllis.
Miss Alice MjIoiict, of I'lttelon, was the Riuit
of Soanton friends estciday.
Jlisn Sophie Schhixir will sail for flurope in
the eource of the net foitnit;ht.
Mm. I.. S. Kli.li.ml, of Wheeler atcnue, h Ult
ins; friend-, in Sel1t.11e1.tadj, N, V,
MI-3 I'luielice 1'imli has gone tu Kansa-, ( ity,
v.heic the t.as called by the death of uu uncle.
Willl.uu Biwli, one of Dr. Snyder' conpciil.il
av.M.usW, U bath fioiu culli'ge, alter being Jb
Miit, jcwi.il mouth'.
Ml Nellie Larkin, of Mahanoy City, U spend,
in,? a tew da. a-f the giuut of liu biothci, Jo
."ph A. Larkiu, of the Turaie.
Cud lue been iwicil amiuuiulrg the nui
ilje of l)aid J, LjI, 01 (iieeu Hidge, and Mrs.
Kate Qiiiuii Hartley, of Chinchilla, which will
take plait ut ClJik'u Summit Mfrthocllst UpUccpal
church, Wednesday nel ut 1! p. in.
us In, will do- for liliiifeU? 'Iry It.
l'ew women caic to hae a man perpctuilly
in tliu kitchen, telllus her how the "ou?iil
to cook" thligs, lifting up tlio rocn ol
Jji.h and Kettle to tec wlul U in tlivm, cr
"ine.ulng" up arlom und sundry concoitlom
on her clean btoio, Hut c.eiy woman nppic
tiate the ttrong helping; hand in uu riueig
emy, when the "help" leave, or the bllfiijing
headache or wietched baekacho iiukfM neiy
Hep a proline1 TtjIii the thildieii, bo.is ai
well .11 till) to bo helpful bud li.iu.ly. Let
"Cither" take an neeaxloual tuili al ilia
luurhold mill if tho cog get stltt and tliv
bearings need oiling. Don't Ut tho tamlly
gt tbe Idea fot u moment, that J on me t.o
widded to t lie dally rouml of household taka
that jou uic nceer willing to lay down the
bloom and the ilUhcloth. So shall you too,
at well as "Father" uud the bo and girl
be enabled to lle jour oviii -Jinliildvd life
and when the longing conie-',
"Lb ulonj the bank of brook,
And watih the Lough', twlun"
wltliutit fertilise tlia ui aie ilulug anythiiij
of whlc li to be vihamcd,
.Mid Jiiot here, a petition lo liae things
comfoitable ami pleasant around the back
door, Don't put all jour eueigies Into frlji.
poile for the parlor of gucit cli.nnbir. II
m hae to be la the kibhcii u good tluic
cf the day, airauge to lute It shady, coin,
fori able uud comenlent. Do as lmicli of thj
work ax J oh edn In the open all. If ou
luie not a broad (.ludei ponh, or ocihauj.
Ing tree, supply the dellcie'iicy with an an
imr, with quick growlnj; ca.ior beam, with
morning glories or Madeira line. lino a
liaminork or at least u locking chair eioe by
the door, where ou ran rest a few momeuti
while the kettle is boiling or (he lions .u
I.'mnu Paddock Tcifuul.
V A WOMAN
THE man who Iiub since married tho
girl whom ho rescued from a sui
cide's grave tho other day, will
probably live to repent both of his
hnsty deeds. If she wanted to commit
suicide before she was married, she will
doubtlers be extremely anxious to do
so nftenvtml, and this Is not hinting
that marriage Is a failure, either.
The young woman who hu a fud for
attempting to end her life, whenever
the world goes wrong, Is not foreor
dained to mnko the average man hnppy.
There Is reasonably certain n time lo
come when the glamor will wear off
front the way sho sows on buttons or
fries potatoes, and to have to chnso her
off the surrounding landscape In order
to keep her from drowning herself,
whenever he thinks It proper to admin
ister ti mild marital chiding, will cer
tnlnly wear out the most enthusiastic
ally philanthropic, tempcrnment In time.
I should Imagine It to bo very de
pressing to live with n person who Is
forever uttering dark hints In which a
watery rrsivo or a dose of rough-on-rats
occupies the chief place. It must
and arduous training these young wo
men have had to go through to attain
the perfection they display In their act
aro hardly appreciated by an audience,
although most unstinted applause is
accorded them. To the public, but
seven artistes aro concerned in the
presentation of this fascinating attrac
tive incident, but in reality it involves
the services of twenty-two people.
These young women are assisted by
fifteen highly trained men, all ex-German
soldiers, who manipulate the ap
paratuses by which their movements
really be nerve-racking to go home
from business dally with the disquiet
ing uncertainty as to whether one will
meet one's wife Wearing a fresh white
trod: and a hinlle at. the door, or And
her behind It, dangling by a rops from
a stout null. How exciting it must be
never to feel quite sure that one will
see a delicious meal on the dining
table, or discover a three-cornered note
on the pincushion, containing the
cheerful Information that one will find
the wife of his bosom in tho river.
Aside even from religious scruples, I
have never been uble to assume the
mental attitude which will cause me to
understand the desire to take one's own
life. It is too sweet and beautiful, und
too much of It to desire its sudden end
at one's own hand. Then, us a woman,
it seems to me that I have too much
curiosity as to wlmt Is coming next,
from day to day, lo shut off the possi
bilities at such short notice. Why, to
morrow some lumpy, radiant surprise
may como lo me. Tomorrow I mny
make new friends or meet old ones, who
may tell me they are glad 1 am alive.
Tomorrow, there may be awaiting mo
just around tho corner, a joy I have
never had. Tho duv after tomorrow
perhaps someone, whose name I have
never heard, will leave me a fortune.
How annoying: it would be if I should
Impersonate destiny and take myself
out of the world first. Perhaps nest
week some great publisher will forget
to return my last story and absent
mindedly send me a check instead,
Peihups next year some smiling Fate
will Inudveitently leave a door ajar
that opens into it pleasant land, where
art and music nnd travel, and the de
nied riches of aspiration nnd hope stay
enslulncd. AVhat a btupld thing for me
to miss It all by going forever past the
door while It Is shut today! Perhuus
next month I can do some kind thing
for some poor body far worso off than
myself. From the grave ono cannot
say the kind words left unsaid. All,
no! If ever I am found hanginjr be
hind the pantry door, or drowned In
tho Lackawanna river, or dead from
an overdose of carbolic ucld, nnd they
say I did It myself, don't you believo
It, not a word; but send for Sherlock
Holmes and set him on the track of
some rascally printer or city editor, or
proof-reader driven mad by iny hand
writing, but remember this, I never did
It myself, for i love life too well, und
this spilng the world Is so beautiful
that I don't care tu leave It ever, ever.
It has always been my opinion that
tho man who invented tho phonograph
might better Jiave been devoting his
superfluous time und energy to some
thing less pernicious discovering new
methods of making golf balls or safety
valves for automobiles or tho exter
mination of mosquitoes, Tho charms of
a phonograph never appealed to me,
I litivo always thought its bong should
he like that of the swan, onco sung
and iibj! v repented; Its speeches should
novcr nave been spoken In tho fit Ht
place, and altogether It has seemed llko
uu Irritating, Ill-bred and generally of
But I have dimmed my mind about
the phonograph. It really has Its ad
vantages. As a piofcssor of languages
It beats tliu real thing. Now If you en
gage a tcuAier to glvo you lessons In
French or ticrmun or Japanese, ho Is
almost certain lo t mef or less a
bother. tThe lessens tromft at the
wrong time when you want to go to the
Country club or the euchre club, and
tho professor comes nt Ihe wrong time
when you don't feel IhV seeing him
or have a dressmaker or nn Interesting
book or a missionary meeting, but there
he Is and you are paying for the les
sons nnd you take them with your
thoughts running on a seven-gored
skirt, versus a flve-gorcd one, or on
trying a now recipe for chocolate lnyer
cake, or a piece of music thnt has Just
arrived and tho amount of Information
you gain on language that day Is a
minimum. Then you wish the professor
was In Mexico and he knows it nnd
wishes you were there Instead.
But If you have a phonograph that
litis had an education in Spanish or
French or 'German, you don't have to
dress up and put u bow In your hair tor
It, you don't have to be polite when
It makes you tired, and you are never
In doubt at to what It mean". There It
Is, nnd whenever you feel like It you
can srt It to tnlklng and It will talk
just as slowly or ns fast ns you desire.
You don't have to be considerate of its
feelings when you want It to go back
to the beginning and say It all over,
and It never looks at you haughtily
when you ask fool questions and never,
makes you feel that you are rather
more stupid than the brother to the ox.
in the air are guided. Two men are
assigned to each artiste, while one, the
director, gives the signals which lend
to complete unison of action during the
progress of the presentation of this
The machinery required for the act
is jealously guarded by the inventor,
and none of the regular employes of
the Broadway theatre are allowed to
investigate, and aside from the de
scription as given here, they know no
more about it than the spectators in
Then its chief charm is that you can
shut It up when you are tired, or when
somebody calls or when you want to
go down town. On the contrary it
doesn't gather up its grammar and its
I papers and go home when the hour is
I up and you feel that you aren't getting
tho worth of your money. Oil, a phon
ograph is a great Institution, and its
accent and morals are unimpeachable
and no reflectlbn Is here intended on
the accent or the morals of teachers
who are not phonographs.
That's tho way you learn languages
down at the International Correspon
dence Schools. The professors, nice
men, with a choice collection of for
eign tongues, speak the perfection of
j accents Into the receptive ear of the
pnonograpn; tno recorus sec it an
down; you take the course and get
these records uud you diag out the
scorned phonograph or borrow one
from your friends who have worn out
the fascination of "Kiss Me, Honey,
Do," or the funny stories that were
once fresh, and there you are. The ear Is
cultivated by the continual repetition
of the language and the first thing you
know you can talk with the peanut
man at the corner or the friends who
know French or German. Lovely, isn't
it? And you never have to give up
your afternoon nap or your morning
walk, or anything.
' Saucy Bess.
The following musical selections will be ren
dered ut the morning und eiening wrilcca tomor
row ut Kim Park church, under tho direction cf
J. Alfred Pennington, oiganUt ami choir master:
Organ Pi elude in 0 ,..,..., Homer
Ulioli Iljmn, "Come Said Jesuv bacied
Organ Andanto in (i minor i.'ullin.ir.t
Tenor Solo "If lie Null bdy 'Well Done' "
Oigan Maiclo, do I'roeesoni Cappocci
Oigan I'autaslo on Church Chimes ., Hair's
Choir Anthem Cantata Domino in l).,.,Waimi
Oigan Pastorale in II, Hit ,,,,,,l'out(!
Trio "rather Lead Mo by Thy Hand"
Choir Iljmn, "Waiting and Witching". ...Hlin
Organ Andante con Moto In A minor,.. Volckmar
I! II II
The following musical selection will be ueil
at tomonow' uortlilp In the s:cond I'lrstytcrlaii
Oigan I'lvlilile Andante lu Ti Calkin
Autliem "Hriehtest und Ilcst"- Huik
Offertoiy Solo, "O Jerusalem, liovk About
Tlir." .' II
Organ Prelude I'raj er ,,,,,,,,,,,, Massenet
ItcspoiuM "Holy, Holy, Ilol)" , ,,,.Altv,ocd
ijiurlott? and Choir,
Antliciit-"Ilall Gladdening LIght"..,...,,.,rie!d
Mr, Olppel nnd Choir,
Itcsponsc "Lord lino Mercy",,, ,,.,,0ld llngllsii
Choir and Congregation.
Offertory Quirtetle, 'Conic! Said Jesus' Si.
cred Voice" ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. llolden
MIm tljragjii and Quartette.
Organ I'catliidc ,.,..,.,... Lenmien
Mr. J. M. Chance, orgauUt and dlirctor,
II II II
Miss CordelU 1'iccnian'j btudlo rlub will glio
U annual eouctvl baturday evening, May SI, at
nucrnsey ball. Tho club is lo be congratulated
upon tho soloist, Mr. Percy Hcjiuh, bam at St,
Patrick's cathedral, New York, Though still a
rry outig- nun, Mr. Ileum 1uj won an cr..
labia rrpulitlcu in the concert Held and Is cure
to make a big lilt wHIi a Scrautoii audience.
( l Today's L News
The craze. A very Interesting game for young and old. n" .'
Vellum and string, racquets, priced at 9oC
Honey Comb Candy
The only place to buy It Is at
One lot of Boys' Fine All-Wool
but all sizes are Here, 9 to 15 years. Z-pIece double-breasted style, also
the manly suits, made with vests, 3 to 9 years, all colors, plaids, checks,
and plain colors; also a plain blue. Not a suit .in this lot worth 0
less than $3.00. Buy them, Saturday only, at 1 .9
Toilet Soaps-Colgate's . A
Oat Meal, White Clematis, Hcney, Brovn, Windsor, White
Castile at, a cake VC
Florida Water, 6 oz. bottle 10c
Whisk Broom 9c
Combs, each 3c and Ss
Shirt Waists Sets, some of the
Set and Bishop Pin Sets.
Cameo Stones and rubvs, pearls,
pins to set, at a range of prices from,
Women's Pocket Books
A bright new line of stylish Purses, Chatelaines and Pocket Books,
plain leathers and the mounted kind;
A range 01 prices ironr 35c up 10
Women's Hose and Underwear
Black Hose, Lace effect, in four different patterns, the
wanted kind for this time of year. Priced at, a pair a&5C
Women's Fancy Hose, in all colors, at I2c to 25c; a better value
at 50c, 75c and $1.00 a pair, in fancy lace and plain black.
Women's low neck, no sleeves, lace Lisle Drop Stitch
Vest, value 25c; Saturday only, at 1 oC
Women's high neck, short and long sleeve Vest and Pants
made of good cotton. Priced at J&5C
Oxford Ties 99c a Pair
Better Ones at $1.49 to $2.00.
Children's and Misses' Oxford Sandal Slippers, in kid and patent
leather, from 75c to $1.25, size governing price.
Made of clear white maple, varnished, and is large, heavy,
strong and durable. ,
We onlv have a limited number, and you'll have to come
earlv to cet one. They sell regularly from S'a.So to $3.oo.-
1 Scranton Caroet
What Is Osteopathy ?
O.teopuhy l a new sjsteiu of heating dteejsed conditio of Ihe human body Wilhollt'lnedU
duo or lb" "knife, It ls been djniousiiuted by this practice that a pieat majority r-f'iierl
dltrai.es hate their lint cause In mechanical disorder, and that when the&o diwrdera are (01 .
leeted tho recuprrotho force within tho body will effect 1 natual recoicry without chemical in
temrence, Thoueli this new pinctlco is b.iwd upon an accurate and practical knowledge i-f
anatomy, phjalology and all that U known of tlio parts and process of tho human body in
health and disease, the Osteopathic school make! an entirely new application of lliean fain.
It la a complete tcieiico of healing, radically dlflcrcnt fioni medicine, Swedish movement, iaa
Mire and all otlur t)tejm. N' drugi or appliances aie uwd. All work bt dorm by mariuil
methods, and all remedial result aie secured by an Intelligent dliectlou of forces' within th
htJy and aio permanent.
For Osteopathic Treatment in Scranton Consult
Dr. Herb't I. Furman, the Osteopath,
Specialist In Chronic and Lingering; Affections.
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ton a'cnuc. lady attendant. C'omultatlun fice. ing, corner Adam aicnue and Linden trtct.
the Big Store. Delicious.
5c and 1 ()C
Suits, broken lines of different lots,, 3
Talcum Powder 5C
Face Powder, medium size 'box
and a chamois, priced at ... . 10c
very latest Ideas in the Blouse Pin
am vthest, etc., 3 and 4 .
a set, 10c to 5UC
seal, alligator, walrus, etc.
Nemo HipSpring Corset
An Actual Figure-Builder.
Vm make shapeless forms shapely.
Tan make pood tlwic better.
Has "h "Kpiiug (lore" no other coiet can hae, which give sllBhl
hips or full hip.
Its MILITARY BELT nives the military pou- !
Iti DELTA 1)11 makes the fashionable vakt line, and the s"lvc fas
tener moies automatically with eeciy motion of the leg.
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luwihublc lo the btout woman.
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