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THE SCBATON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MAY 17, 1902.
Grand Lodge of Ivorites Hold Their Annual
Convention at New Castle Our
The trntlonnl convention of the. Grand
Lodge of American True Ivorites was
held during the prist week nt New
Castle, l'a where delegates from the
various lodges throughout the United
States assembled. The convention
opened on Tuesday evening In the
"Vnlnh Congregational ehurch and on
Wednesday the business session was
On Thursday evening the delegates
were tendered a banquet In the Hughes
hull, where covers were laid for lt.0
guests. A largo number of them wore,
from Youngstown, O. The convention
was held under the auspices of the
Hiar oi wuies locifre, nn. w, which was
organized In May, 1607, with fifteen
t'harter members, and now numbers
above 125 of many of the best known
"Welshmen In Vow Castle.
The national olllctH of the CI rand
lodge In session weie: Grand president,
John O. Thomas, of rtlca, N. Y.: grand
vlee-prcsldent, John K. l-lvnns, of New
York: giand eerctnry, John J, Kvans,
of North Scrnntan: grand treasurer,
linger J3vnns, of "West Sornnton. The
elei'tlon of nfllcrrs occurred yesterday
arteinoon. and most of the above
named wti e re-eleettd.
The ilrst session of the convention
Mas openr-d with prayer by Brother j
j.:yu. "r i'iui.urg, ami urn mi J'resl
di'iil John O. Thoinu"", of rtlen. pre
sided, siippoi'led by Solomon Clrlflllhs
ii nd Itf'pie .Morgan. ltriithcr Kvans, of
Vew Yolk, acted as vice-president, snp
porlcil by lhotber Kuivlnnd, of New
Yoik, and l'.tctlier Kvans, of Youngs
After the credential committee had
lii-un appointed and reported all dele
F'ltcs In order, short nddi esses were
-llvered by the grand olTlcers. John
1. Williams, nf New Castle, then fol
lowed with the address of welcome to
the isltors, and the convention begun
the transaction of regular bUblnpss.
A general leport was glen by the
delegates concerning the standing of
their own lodger, which were encour
aging In the (streme. and showed that
the I oi Iter, were increasing in num
bers ami strength. The appointment of
unnniitteoi w.ir then announced. The
Tribune is indebted to Orand Tre.is
iii er Ttoger Evans fur a report of-the
A concert will be given at the First
"Welsh BaptiM. church. South Main
avenue, next Monday evening, under
the auspices of the Oxford Glee club,
Tha Best Family Coush Kerned',
Dufour's French Tar,
For Sal- by
GEO. "W. JENKINS,
101 S. Main ave.
-- $i i ddi il itLft
1 Bargains for
' By far the must iutcreMiug
i3 cials that wo have yet printed appears below. The list is long", 5!
i8 .and as time is short, we place, the cold, crisp facts before our fc
h- readers without further introduction.
:5 Hosiery for JLnriios
Fancy 1-t Ribbed Htmis
dorf Dyed Iliac!: Hosiery, nil
sizes, full fashioned und line
gaugf.. Also I'laln and Drop
Stitch Hosiery in tan shades.
Your choice ,!' these celo
biatcd ;."( iitiulitlcs on Sat
3 Misses' Usle Hose
In Ptfveial beautiful Lmu
Designs, Sizes (! to S. A
ISJ marvelous value at the price 23c
iS Ladles' Knee Pants, in
id white L'.slo thread or Maco
jj yarns. Laco .trimmed and
Ci or lino quality. Saturday... 50o
g A Jtaro Corset .special
"J, B," Corsets, made from
fine French coutll, well
boned and new straight
front t-hape. A corset that
will fit perfectly and give
entire satisfaction In ser
vice. The regular $1.00 cor
set for , 69o
A Groat Skirt Ynliie
Ladles' Fine Tullored
Walking Skirts, with full
circular flounce. First class
In .quality, In every detail.,. f 3,75
All new and choice styles,
trimmed with sill; braid and
a full line of colors. Any size
on Saturday , JU9
1 Globe Warebods?.
In aid of William D. Thomas, of Eynon
street, one of their members, who wns
so' soverely Injured In the mines some
time ago. The following programme
will be rendered:
Selection ,' Oxford nice t'.uly
Solo, (.elected ,,, i I'm! tiuwi
Solo, selected ..,,. i Thomas )',llu
Polo, iclcctrd I Waild Jcnklin
Solo, selected Helen ThoniSi
Duet, wlerlnl ......Jli-vr. Jcnklni anil Abr.itiH
Solo, jcleeted I)J id Stephens
Messr. Atram, Stephens .Ionl.ln, Warren.
Solo, wlccted Thomas Alirtimj
Nolo, Fclt'ctrri Mr. John Kianj
Itcrllntlon, selected Mm T, Dalies
Instrumental duct Lewis Brothers
Solo, selected Tohn V, .tones
Selection Oxford Gtec I'.irly
Our New Possessions.
At this time of the year, when nnture
unfolds the beauties of the suburbs, it
l a pleasure to saunter out into the
new openings In West Scranton and
observe the many Improvements.
On the north side there Is West Pailt,
Tripp Park, Purr's Heights, Arlington
Heights und other new openings, where
many pretty homes have been erected
within a few years. Towards the
west, many new homes have been
erected along Washburn street, Acad
emy street and Division street.
The Washburn street cemetery and
the Cambria cemetery also show the
hand of the gardener, and new trees,
walks and drives have been made. On
the south there is the Hound Woods
tract and Lincoln Heights, where many
noticeable improvements have been
Indications point to the paving nnd
repairing of .South Main avenue at an
early date, and the director of public
works gives assurance that other
streets will receive the proper attention.
It Is a noticeable fact that property
owners on many streets are responsible
for the wretched condition of gutters,
sidewalks and roadway In fropt of their
Waste Paper Nuisance.
If there Is an ordinance prohibiting
the throwing of waste paper into the
streets, it ought to be rigidly enforced,
particularly on Main avenue, where so
much of U is left to be scattered broad
cast. Some merchants complain of this
nuisance while others are responsible
for it, and something ought to be done
by the authorities. In many cities
waste paper cans are pUced at inter
vals along the public streets, and em
ployes ot t! street cleaning depart
ment empty the cans on making their
rounds. Some such plan should be put
in force here.
Funeral of William Murray.
The funeral services over the remains
A iit ilAHd--
array of money-saving1 spe- JT
Pillow Top Bargains $
Heal works of art, decor
ated with genuine half-tone
stel piiKriivlngs. The sub
jects include famous animal
studies by tins srent masters,
ir-pioductlons of celebrated
landscapes and some humor
ous subjects that are mirth
provoking. Prices UJe, 73c,
Another Pillow Top 5
That has attracted much
attention comes in the high
est grade of .art tickings,
with unique floral decora
tions. The regular price Is
r,0o each. On Saturday a
limited number at 23u
Ladi White Waists S
ItPRUlar $1.50 Waists, tuck
ed yoke, lace Insertions and
other trimmings. For. Sat
urday only DSc
Cool Negligee Shirts
In distinctly high grade
novelties.' Plain und pleated
fronts, In solid tan and other
shades. Also stripes, dots,
etc. A top-notch shirt on
Saturday at $1.00
Men's Hosiery, Cheap g
Cheun Hoslnrv nt n inn, '
price is worth less, but tjood
hosiery cheap Is worth look
liiK after. Men's regular 23o
half hose, In fancies, blacks
and tans , 15c
Elegant Blouse Waists
Ladies' Gibson Blouses of
fine taffeta and molro silks,
with white oaUn linings and
exquisitely trimmed, Spec
ial Saturday only ,....?7.no
Handsome Silk Skirts
Diess Skirts, with deep
circular flounce, in a tine
quality of taffeta. Hlbbon
styllsh garments. Saturday. J8.50
of the laic "William Murray were con
ducted yesterday afternoon at the
house, 332 North Pllmore avenue, nnd
were in charge of Itcv. William Powell,
n local preacher. Many neighbors, re
latives and friends were In attendance.
Alex. Jeffries was flower bearer, and
the pull bearers were Isaac Davis, Wil
liam ahttgg, James Skeogh, William
Owens, Charlea Welda and John Jef
fries. Interment was made In the
First Baptist Church.
At the PIrst Haptlst church tomor
row the usual services will bo held at
10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p., m. In the even
ing the pastor, Rev. S. F. Mathews
will preadt from the subject, "The
Tragedy of the Sea," and at the close
of the service there will be a brief
business session of the church by tc
qucst of the pastor.
The Sabbath school last Sunday
reached the high water mark In both
attendance and collections, nnd the su
perintendent, Dr. 1$. a. Reddoe, would
like to have every scholar In their
place tomorrow, so that the good rec
ord will not be broken.
The B. Y. P. U. service will be of spe
cial Importance tomorrow evening and
the president, Miss Eva Phillips, will
have something to say regarding the
welfare of the society that all members
Itev. W. O. Jenkins, of Pontypridd,
Wales, will preach In the Plymouth
Congregational church tomorrow.
Communion services will be held at
L:lo,30 a. in.
Ht. uaviu s pansn corner or. urom
'ley avenue and Jackson street. Rev.
Kdward McHenry, rector. Celebration
of Holy Eucharist, 7.30 a. m. and 10.SO
n. m.i evening song and address, 7.30
p. m.i Sunday school at 12 m.
Amateur Base Ball.
The No. 32 school base ball team
challenge the Liberty Hoys to a. game
of ball Suturduy morning, May 24. An
swer through The Tribune. J. J. Flah
erty, captain; A. J. Reese, manager.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
The Rev. William Davles, of the
Bellevuo Welsh Calvlnlstlc Methodist
church, returned last Wednesday
morning from his trip through the
West. Ho had a very enjoyable jour
ney and comes back in good health
and spirits. He will preach In the
Welsh language tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock, and In the English language
tomorrow night at 6 o'clock.
The Alumni Base Ball club will play
St. Thomas college team at Athletic
Park -on Wednesday, May 21. The
game will be called at 3 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Jenkins, of
South Hyde Park avenue, have return
ed home from "their wedding trip,
which included Philadelphia, Washing
ton and other points of interest.
Miss Loretta and Gertrude Cannon,
of Jackson street, entertained friends
at their home Thursday evening.
F. W. Strong and Harold Battln, of
South Main avenue, have returned
home from a visit with friends In
Will Lewis, of Eynon street, has re
turned homo from a business trip to
Richard Lonergan, sr., of Chestnut
street, is recovering from an Illness.
The young son of Mrs. John L. L. Tra
viss, of North Sumner avenue, was tak
en sick a week ago last night, and at
the present is In a critical condition.
The attendance at St. Lucie's church
fair last evening wns much larger than
on the opening night. Increased inter
est 'is being manifested In the event.
Vocal and Instrumental music will be
a feature of the entertainment this
"The young friends of Miss Rachel
Jones, of 1101 Morris court, tendered
her 11 birthday surprise party on Thurs
day evening, and all of them were de
lightfully entertained. A large num
ber were In attendance.
The pupils In Prof. Phillips' room at
No. 10 school held a May party re
cently in the woods, and enjoyed them
selves immensely. They weie chaper
oned by Mrs. John J. F. York and Mrs.
John J. Hower.
St. Leo's battalion will run an ex
cursion to BliiKhamton on Memorial
Day, and St. Brendan's council will go
there on July 4, and the Ethan Allen
lodge will go to Mountain Park on
The members of St. Patrick's Ladies'
Iiish Catholic Benevolent union, held
a complimentary reception and social
in St. David's hall on Thursday even
ing. Miss Nellie Curren played for
them, and all present reported having
lind an enjoyable time.
Mrs. Belles, of North Hyde Park
avenue, Is entertaining Mrs. Thomas
Moore, of Wllkes-Barre.
Mrs. II. f. McDermolt and daughter,
Ethel, of North Hyde Park avenue, ni
spending a few days with friends In
Mrs. John T. Richards, of South
Main uvenue, underwent an operation
in Dr. John A. Wyeth's Now York prl
ato hospital recently, and is reported
to bo improving slowly. Mr. Richards
Is also in Now York.
John Thomas, of Eynon street, has
relumed homo from a visit with friends
Prof, lllshley, of the Stroudsburg
Si ate Normal school, Is spending a few
days with West Scranton friends.
Lynn Uoete, of Stroudsburg State
Normal school, Is visiting his parents,
on Not til Hyde Park avenue.
Frank B. Reese returned homo yes
terday from Wllllnmsport, where ho at
tended the annual sessions of the
Orand commandery, Knights of Malta,
of Pennsylvania, as a delegato from
James Dennis, of Falrchlld's hotel,
has accepted a position in Massachu
setts, and will leuvo for the east in a
Fred Guest, of Swetland street, Ins
returned homo from Cuba, where he
served as a member of the Twenty
first company of Coast Artillery.
Rev. William II. Crawford, of North
Hyde Park uvenuo, a graduato of Drew
Theological seminary, at Madison, N,
J., left yesterday to assume the pastor
ate of a church nt North Sanford, N. Y,
The remains of the lute Mrs. Elisa
beth James, of Dickson, wero intoned
In the Washburn btreet cemetery yes
terduy afternoon. Rev. D. ! Jones,
pastor of the Tabernacle Congregational-church,
officiated at the services,
The regular semi-monthly meeting of
the West Side Central Republican club
will be held In the rooms this evening.
All members ure rerjuehted to bo pres
ent. Mrs. Kuto Urltz, of Mahnnoy City, is
Visiting her brother, Nlcholus Bush, of
Mlfcs Ruth Jones, of Morris coiut. Is
visiting friends in Corning, N. V.
Miss Maud Walters, of Stamford,
Conn., Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. "r
gnn Lake, of Wasljhnrn sheet.
SURPRISE PARTY FOR
Tendered to Her by a Number of Her
Friends at "Her Home on. North
Main Avenue Important Social
Event Has Been Planned to Be
Held In the Presbyterian Church
Next Thursday Evening Interest
ing Meeting to Be Held in M. E.
Miss Grace Benson was rendered a
pleasant surprise party at her homo on
North Main avenue by a number of
her friends lost evening. The guests
were entertained with recitations by
Miss Lulu Constantino and musical bc
lectlons "by Edward Collins. Singing
and dancing, with the usual party di
versions, were Indulged In until a sea
sonable hour when refreshments were
served, after which the 'guests depart
ed nt midnight for their respective
Among those present were: Misses
George Cure, Lulu Constantlne, Sophia
Horr, May Quest, Grace Benson, Pearl
Henry, Helen Dunla, Ethel Reynolds,
Blanche White, Muud Chlver, Bell Rob
inson, Deanna Wntklns; and Messrs.
Sidney Langyon, Jesse Stckler, Bert
Evans, Arlington Crossmun, Jonas
Sand,. William Bright, Daniel Hart
sell, Samuel Weston, George Wheeler,
Edgar Sanders, Clarence McCallster,
Henry Twining, David Bcrtlcy, Ed
Notable Social Event.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Trovl
dence Presbyterian church made the
pleasing announcement yesterday that
under their auspices and In behalf of
the adult people of the ehurch they
will tender a complimentary social
and reception on Thursday evening
next, to the young people of the con
gregation. The committees in charge of the va
rious parts of the programmes of the
entertainment are planning largo
things for that evening, they say. Of
course all the middle aged and older
people of the church will be present
since they are the. ones who give the
The musical features ,will Include se
lections by a mule quartette. In the
social rooms there will be several tab
les for ping pong, krokono and wicket,
and other family games. Refreshments
will be served during the evening.
It is expected that the young people
as well as the older ones will vie in
making this a notable social occasion.
TOLD IN A FEW LUTES.
Miss Marie Louise Russell, a young
woman from the west, who is visiting
in Green Ridge, will address the vesror
service in the Voung Women's Chris
tian association parlors Sunday after
noon at 3.30 o'clock. It Is hoped that a
large number of young women will
come to meet Miss Rus&ell.
Dr. Austin Griffin will conduct a
quarterly meeting service in the Provi
dence Methodist church tomorrow
morning, commencing with love feast
at 0.30. The anniversary of the Ep
worth league will be held at 7.30 In the
evening. A special programme of music
has been provided, and instead of im
porting a speaker the usual half-hour
address will be dtvided as follows: "The
Epworth League and Its Mercy and
Help Department," Miss Florence "Wal
ker; "The Call of the Church, of Soci
ety, of the State, to Young People,"
Prof. Henry Kemmerling; "Shall We
Heed the Call?" Rev. G. A. Cure.
In the absence of the pastor, the
Rev. J. V. Davles, who will occupy the
pulpit of the Welsh Baptist church of
Mahanoy City, the Rev. A. H. Smith
of the North Main avenue Tabernacle
will preach at the First Welsh Bap
tist church, West Market street, on
Sunday nest, May IS. Service will
commence nt 0 p. m. Seats free. Wel
come to all.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Body of an Infant Found by Con
stable Moran Near Erie- & Wyom
ing Railroad Tracks.
Constable John C. Moran reported
to the South Side police station by tel
ephone last evening that he had dis
covered the remains of a prematurely
born infant, at the head of Mooslc
street, in the Twelfth ward, near the
Erie and Wyoming railroad tracks.
The police were :eady to proceed to
the scene at once, but the constable,
who lias only one leg, desired the trip
postponed until this morning as their
was no likelihood of the body being dis
turbed. .Moran stated that, In com
pany with John Chase, he had been
looking for birds' nests, when he made
the ghastly discovery. The tiny re
mains were enclosed In a cigar box,
but he could not say how long they hnd
been exposed. The police will investi
gate the matter this morning,
Arraigned on Serious Charge.
Edward Davis, of Old Forge, was ar
raigned before Alderman Lentes last
evening on a serious charge, preferred
by William J. Wntklns. The cuse has
been tried before, and the circum
stances are well known to the public,
in the lower section of the valley.
A number of witnesses including Mrs,
Tilllo Rozelle and Mrs. David Watklns
testified. Another witness, Evan Dan
iels, who worked ns a miner with Da
vis, testified to certain boastful state
ments he made In the mines.
Other witnesses present against Da
vis were Mrs, Robert Cook, David
Watklns, and Bessie Olster. After
hearing the evidence, Alderman Lentes
held Davis for court in $b00 bull, but
he preferred to go to Jail,
Robert Tlmmlns, of Mulberry street,
was given a hearing by Alderman Len
tes liiBt evening, for Jumping a board
bill, the prosecutrix being Minn Drake,
of Franklin avenue. An amicable agree
ment was arrived at.
Mike Yonko was afterwards given a
hearing on the same churgc, the prose
cutor being MIUo Longucker, of John
son's patch. He alleged, also, that Yon-
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ko carried off a suit of clothes valued
at $ia. He was held for court in 1500
A Complicated Case.
A search warrant was issued against
E. J. Harrington, ot Fig street, who
was charged by John Boettcher with
the larceny of a Newfoundland dog.
The case, which was tried by Alder
man Lentes, proved of a puzzling na
ture, and for a time It was hard to
prove who owned the animal or vho, It
anybody, had stolen It. The dog was
found in Harrington's possession, but
he proved to have purchased the ani
mal from Thomas Hemslnger, of Dun
more, for $1.50. He, in turn, showed
that he bought the dog from John
Golden for fortv cents.
Golden was then arrested, and swore
the dog had been around his place for
some time and he could not chase him
After hearing the various and con
flicting statements, the alderman dis
charged. Hunslnger, who agreed to pay
all costs and refund the $1.50. Golden
was held in $300 bail to appear at the
next auarter sessions.
Youthful Mischief Makers.
John Boubcl, Bruno and Alex. Olon
'eweky and Joseph Matensky wero ar
retted by the police for malicious mis
chief last evening. They were given a
hecring before Magistrate Storr and it
was shown that the youngsters were
in the habit of stretching wire In dark
places, across the sidewalks on Pltts
ton avenue, and the downfall of un
fortunate pedestrians would furnish
amusement for the gang.
Alex. Alsnewskl was the ringleader
and he was fined $2, which, however,
his father refused to pay, although the
boy Is only 14 -years of age. He was
locked up and the olheivboys were dis
charged. NUBS OF NEWS.
An Important session of the Kn'hts
of Malta was held in Hartman's nnil
A baby girl lias arrived at the home
of Robert Callery, on Blrnoy avenue,
and a, young son has gladdened tlm
home of James Donahoe, of 119 Irving
The Star Social club met In regular
scsfelon last evening.- '
Camp 96, Patriotic Order of America,
an auxiliary of the Patriotic Order
Sons of Amei ica, met in regular weekly
se&slon last evening.
Dr. Schley's Lung Healing Balsam is
guaranteed to cure nil coughs. "No
cure, no pay." For sale by all dealers.
The Junger Mnennerchor will meet
for rehearsal tomorrow afternoon nt
Miss Mary Hitchcock, of Washington
avenue, will entertain the members of
the Junior Chilstlan Endeavor society
of the Green Ridge Presbyterian church
at her home this nfternoon.
J. W. Bayloy, or Gicen Ridge street,
is at Norfolk, Vu. Beloie returning
home he .will spend some time at Fort
ress Momoe and Old Point Comfort.
C. S. Jacobs, of Dickson avenue, left
for New York last evening on a busi
A very large addition is being added
to the plant of the Scranton Lace Cur
tain Manufacturing company.
The watering trough nt Dickson ave
nue and Green RJtlge street is almost
useless, because of the poor supply of
water. This trough Is, when in good
condition, a great convenience to the
traveling public, und should be attend
ed to nt once.
Green Ridge camp, Modern Woodmen
of America, celebrated the second an
niversary of that organization last
evening, In Mnsonlo hall, Dickson ave
nue, with an entertainment and ban
quet, which wns thoroughly enjoyed by
the members and visiting neighbors, to
the number or about one hundred and
fifty. The entertainment, us to variety
and excellence, far surpassed unythlng
of a like nnture ever given In Green
Ridge, A gold watch, valued at $50,
was chanced off during the evening.
Charles Robinson being the lucky win
ner. The committee In charge was Fred
Edwards, chairman; J, M. Athertoii,
Joseph Fldlam, A. I. Fowler and a, D.
MRS, FRANK EARLEV, aged 75
years, who suffered a paralytic stroke
a jw days ago, died at S.'.'O o'clock lust
evening at her home, 331 North Brom
ley avenue, Deceased was born In
Germuny, but had been a resident of
this city for fully half a century. She
Is survived by three sons und three
daughters, Joseph, Nicholas, John,
and Mary Earley, Mrs. George F,
Hower and Mrs. D. W. Hughes, all of
tills city, The funeral arrangements
has not yot been perfected, und will bo
MRS. JOHN V. WARNER died
Thursday night at her home, 1501 CM
pouse avenue. She Is survived by her
huhbaud and tluce daughters, Mrs.
James Itoblnaou. of Ohio, and the
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N. Y Bhrr-rldnt Wheat lllncull.
V. I ASSAir CANNIMJ CO.. llalllmnre, Mil..
Narrauatnett nml Threp Star llritmli 01
Bakril neniw nnd Put' Tomato Sauce.
HVOIKNIO M'r.CIAhTY CO., l'hllaelet)hti,
Pa., f'alltornla Orninrc nml f.om.ii huirur.
MV. nRAKU!l,KY'S RONS, New York, N.Y.,
Shredded Cod I'ldi, Smoked Hoef, llonelen
HerrlnK. Sliced tlacon.
E. S. IIURNItAM CO.. New York, N. Y.,
nitrnham' Hanty .Tclljcon, Burnham' Clam
Chowder, hurnium's Clnm Iloulllloi'.
m m.m m.m mM m& M.pnM PRI lmill
Wait. Wait. Wait.
AT SCRANTON NOT 1TIL FRIDAY, MAY 23
3 Ring Circus
A Cont. uo . Display of Marvelous
A Glorious t-cn e f Original Notables, most of whom are seen this season
for the first time in America, consisting of the
WORLD'S GREATEST PERFORMERS.
tje: peerless dakomas
An Incomparable, New and Original Creation. No act too good
to show; no performer too expensive; no rare animal too costly for this show.
The Street Parade A Stupendous Combination of a Magnificent Street
Pageant, Spectacular Street Carnival and Mighty Street Fair at 2 o'clock dally.
Branson's Concert Band plays two Concerts from Center Stage begin
ning at 1.15 and 7.15 p. m.
Two Performances dally, beginning at 2 and 8 p. m. Doors open one
hour earlier. Excursions Run on Every Line of Travel. No Gambling De
vices Tolerated. Never. Divides. Never Disappoints. Not in the Circus Trust.
Academy of Tlusic
M. I1E1S, Leee ami Maine". "'
A. J. DUI'I'V, lliiilnert Mjii iter.
TODAV AND ALU XC.T WUl'.K.
and the Southern Stock Company
Dlir vjuilrilllo femurs, Imlwllns tlu f.uiimi-;
I'llUYI'ISS TltlO. fo..Ul I'citurc IJKlMItU
and IIKDAItl), tin' luc.-t Kmopnm i!iiMintUm
in tlttf ai.'rolialiu lint-,
IMtin.'ii-lOc,, iOu., L0.,; MatlnciM, 10c. and tWo.
ijiliiV 15c-. tliUtti kr Munilj)- ulsla only.
Mifcses Hone and Qrnco Warner, of tills
city. The f unci ul will be held Monday
morning at U o'clock, from the resi
dence, lnteiment nt Montrose.
MIGHAKL, I.ANOAN. brother of .Mis.
David McDonald, of Dunmore, died
Thursday iiiuht. The funeral will tnke
jilace at 3 o'clock thin afternoon,
torment In St. Mary's cemetery,
PATKIOK CIALLAtlHRK, of Jpsbhji,
died nt his home yesteidny. Ho was n
resident1 of JeH.sup for thltty-flvo yearn.
Two datiKliteiK and two pons mmivo
him, Funeral Monday at 10 o'clock,
with a requiem IiIbIi (nuns. Interment
at St, Patrick's cemetery, Olynhant.
How Victor Hun,o Ruiued a Barber.
UIkii VK-tor llu&o Hint In thv Place Hu)aU
lie Used tu liu hhacl i. a lurlirr mined lra
,,'iT In the IIuq Cultiiic.Siliiti'Cjtlirilno. A
filcnd of t lio jwft Jtknl llit- IijiIkt one diy It
lie was liil'j, "I luiidly lnmv uhK-h way to
turn," uai IIh reply. '"c liaic lu ilnvi l.
hair of thiily ladle.) lur tolue-, am talk," and
M. llraisici' ulmwcU the friend t !'' A (cw
da after the Iricud returned aud iu'iuircd abaat
CELLULOID STAltCIt CO., PlilUdelphli, to.,
TUB MAtlVKLL! CO., Detroit, Mich,, Mimt
II, Macaroni. ,
AMEUIOAN 1IIILLCD BEAN CO,, LTD., !Ut.
lie Creek, Mlcti., Hulled Beam.
It, T. BABBIT!1. New York, N. Y It. T.
Itahliltl'a Jtrtt Soap, 177U Soap Powder and
Pure Polasli or Lye.
TUB ItoniOX-OAlO MIU CO., Detroit,
Mlth., "Itojal" Hilad Drcwlnrf.
NATIONAL CANNINO CO.. Baltimore, Md
Admiral Bed Deans and Torlo Rico Whlto
II. O. IIA7.ZABD fc CO., New York, Slirein
Imry Tomato Ketchup, Shrewsbury Manor
TUB AMI'.niCAN MALTOSE CO., New York
.!. H. IVIN'SSON. Philadelphia. Spited Water.
DIt. MXIIB'S LAtTATBD TISSUE KOOD
ro., Sn. niton, l'ii,, l)r, r.ango'a Iictatcd
All Next Week
ami entertainment combined.
and best of Americas
Performances hv Man and Beast.
MoniUy lenlue, May 10th, at 8.15.
Letting with intimations by
Miss Ellen H. Sfone,
Under .uplics .laclson Sticct lljplht Church.
tJniior DhiUlo-i of IVil C. IIjihI.
I'WCES l.on or Hoor. M, k.30 jiiI W.1W.
n.iluniy, 7.V., H.flfl and 1,M.
I'amilv ririli', SO touts.
DlJgiam opciu WuliiwUy, May lltli, at 0 a. m
i BASE BAU
Today 3.13 p. in., J'
tf s-UiAMOX. K
- iWMi;s-iiAiiiu;. ti
U 'A ' WAA''-'"''''
tlio thlity laJiea. "Aid MoiL-ienr," i.ild tho
lurbcr adly, "I uas not akin to all end hall
Iho nuinlitr, and I liaM- l(t imy gwd cuitvni.
ere lliraugli M. Vliloi llniro." It appears that
the poel, when auoiu to tic hhaicd, wai ii.
ilcnly iii.Nplnil, mid H-'teil llm Urst pletc o
paper lie- ioiiIiI Had to uillc .1 l-m. Ilupi
hattily lift the M uitli his imlluUlied icrw,
on Ilia li.uk of uhli.li uiro the names jnd ad
lue f tin: Ihlily adir, many of thnm liail
wailed In lain for the coiiTcur. L-Jiidon Cliron.
RmlVli"'" tiny Capnlc at y"v I
llirlr''1' ' 4H bourn without fu,J I
UbchM und Inim-ltnn full, r