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TIIE SORANTON TRIBUNE -FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 31, 1897.
Few social events In thin region ar
nntlclpnteel or ntteneleel with more
pleasure thnn those given nt the beau
tiful home of Colonel Henry Mnrtyn
Holes. Perhaps none of the magnlll"
cent entertnlnments ever held nt
"Ureezy Mount" have nurpanted tlio'e
of yestertlny, when Miss Kthel, the eld
er daughter of Colonel ntul Mist Holf ,
wan Introduced to society. IJvcry eli
tall wuh arranged on a scale of elo
gunce and taste for which the ho-jil-tallty
of both host and hostess h is
long been famous, and the result jp3
brilliant lie)ond description. The t
expanse of the rooms, the great eaii
nervateirles. the rare treasures of tit
and souvenirs of travel on eery .-Jcle
the rich hangings, and beyond all Hi"
marvelous iloral display mode up 11
herles of scenes most entrancing to ll.e
eye. Upon enteilng the Kmplre draw
ing room the odor of lilies of the tuI
ley at once attracted the visitor
Thousands of thehc exquisite ypmya
were banked about the chimney pleie
and wete dunked on either skle by mas
sive bouquets of roe, tributes t the
fair young debutante. Colossal milden
hair ferns and tiopleal plants wete
mingled with many cut (lowers filled
mantels and alcoves.
The table In the dining roern In the
afternoon presented a most pleasing
effect with a tall Mower pleci estetitl
lng far toward the celling rom the
summit of which drooped nasses of
pink roses. Bauer's orchestra occupied
the nutsle room In the afternoon. In
the evening his eighteen plee orohes
tia was stationed In the hall conserva
tory. Mrs Holes looked like a emit lady
In her white biocade of the period of
Louis Qulnze, her snowy hal- waving
high above her brow and ler gown
blazing with diamonds. Mrs Thomas
Dickson made the third of tie recdv
Ing patty. She wore n beau Ifttl cos
tume of black net over satin .lth dia
mond ornaments. MIhs Holes was nt
tlied In a channlng little sown of
white actordeon plaited chiffon over
white silk, trimmed with man' rows of
satin ribbon and having a corsage gat
nlture of tiny pink roses. She cat tied
a huge bouquet of pink roses ind lilies
of the valley.
Not by any means the least tttracllve
feature of the afternoon rccejtlon was
the laige number of pretty girls In
dainty gowns who thronged the rooms
and lent their assistance In tie cnter
tnlnment of guests. Several of these
Mete members of the house pirty now
being entertained by Colonel and Mrs.
Holes. Among those In the reception
und dining rooms wen: Miss
AVeller, Miss Waring, Mils Hr.id
ford. Miss Itobb, Mlw, Linen,
Miss Thompson, Miss Arehbild, Ml
Wnton, Miss Lufferts, Miss Simpson,
Miss Amy Jessup, Miss Anna Areh
bald, Miss Oettrude Spr.igue, Miss Au
gusta Arcltbalel, Miss Elizabeth Toney,
MIhs McLeod. Miss Welles and Mlfcs
Linen pteslded at the central table.
A recptlon and dan- fo lowed In
the evening. Colonel and M-s. Holes,
Mrs. Thomas Dickson and Miss Holes
leeelved the guests. Mrs. T. P. Tor
rey was among those who assisted !n
entertaining the guests. Darclng waa
enjojed In the drawing roorrs nnd li
brary until a late hour. Among the
unique featutes of the evenng func
tion was the presence of a huge cake,
a gift to Miss Holes ftom Mis Dana, of
the well known boarding Fchenl at Moi
ilfctoun, N. J. A ring which had been
placed in this bv the hostesi was se
cured by Miss Jessup.
The supper aqel the refteshments of
the afternoon were serve-d by Cateter
Joseph Dals, of East Orange.
Among the out-of-town gut its were:
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Piatt, T"o. N. Y. .
Mr and Mrs. Huds-on, Mrs. rllss, New
Yotk; JIlss Waterman, Ml- Holmiin, of
Soiitlipiirt, Conn.: Miss llougiton I3uf
fnlo. Miss Stulz, Miss Dlcker.-on. llrook-
ln, X Y ;MI.s Donnln. Coljmbm O
Mls Itobb, I'hllai, nhl.i, JIIs Ilrnilfonl
Itobb, Phllat "iihl.i, JIIs Ilrailfoiil,
Ltftcrts, No York. Miss teller,
urg; Miss W. big. Plattifleld, Miss
son. PottsII.f Miss Gibson, Phil-
aelrlplila; Miss Janet Law, Pltuton, AIlsj
Lditli .Dlmock, Ilnrtford, Conn.j Miss
FOR 1898 IS NOW READY, AND WILL BE PLACED ON SALE TOMOR
ROW THROUGH OUR NUMEROUS CARRIER BOYS.
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Kemmerer, Muuch Cliunkj Mr. Hall, New
York: Mr. Morgan, Pltthbtirgj Mr. ltalpli
Tompkins, rishklll, Mr. llobltison, Hurl
ford, Conn.! Mewerii. Henry Peuso, Will
I.nelor, He nry Derr, llruco lletlford, l-'red
North, Wllkcs-llurto: I'rnnk Cool, Pitts
ton; Mr. Huldwln, Mr. Peck, New York!
Mr. C. M. Hutch Ilnrrlslmrgi Mr. Arthur
T. Chester. State n Island; Miss ltejnolds,
Wutcrtown, N. Y.
Fiom the city were!
Mrs. Tliomns Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
lien Dhntnlck, Judge nnd Mrs. Aichbuld
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Henry Helln, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. An
derson. Mr. and .Mrs. C. II. Welles, Mr.
nnd Mrs. 11. W. Kingsbury, Mr. and Mis.
I). K. Talur, Mr. nnd Mis. James Atcb
Imd, Mr. and Mis. V. W. Serunton, Mr.
und Mrs. C. D. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. 11.
11. Jerm)n, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. D. Hluckln
ton Mr. und Mts. O. II. Smith. Ml. and
Mrs. T. P. Torrey, Mr, and Mis. Hollo
Jertnyn, Ml. and Mrs. Pruliklln llensliuw,
Mr. unit Mrs. 13. II. Sturges, Mr.
und Mrs. (1. M. Hullstiud, Mr. und
Mis. 13. H. l'rnnl.lln, Mr. nnd Mrs W. M.
Dltkson Mr. and Mrs. 13. II, Jcrmyn, Mr.
und Mrs. C. S. Weston. Ml. und Mrs. A.
II. Storrs, Mr. nnd Mis 1). 13. Watson,
Mr. umr Mrs. II. P. Simpson, Mr. und
Mrs. O. 1'. Urllllth, Mr. und Mrs. J. P.
Dkkson, Mr. und Mrs. I3ttett Wniren.
Mr und Mrs N (i Hobertson, Sir. and
Mrs. Wlllurd Matthews, Mr. nnd Mrs. V.
J. Plntt, Mrs. L. S. O.ikford, Mrs. 13. S.
Mnfftit, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. L. Prey. Miss
Welles, Miss Hunt, Mls Sao, the Misses
Althb.ild, thei Misses Ollmorc. Miss lle
lln Miss Williams, Miss Matthews, the
Misses Desstll, JIIss Merrill. Miss Nnsh,
the Misses JermMi. Miss Dnle Miss Win
ton, Mis Simpson, Miss Dlmmlck, Miss
MeCnrtuej, Miss Mcl.eod, Miss Huuley,
Miss Pie I son, Mls Spr.igue, Mls Penny
pucker. Miss Torrey, Miss Annie Hand,
Miss Mott, Miss Coleman Miss Itentiell,
Miss Geirhnrt. Miss Slierer, Mixs Louise
Matthews, Miss Nettleton. M'ss Anna
Huek. Miss Otnee Spencer. Mls Plorenee
Pinch Miss Anna ArchkiM, Mls Hun
nell, Miss Phelps, Ml Viiiulues; Messrs.
Paul H. Rellit, T. C Puller, Jumes Hlnlr.
Prank Puller Por Mott. T. C. Tuisk,
W W Pranklln, W. J. Teirrev. W. 13
Ounstcr, Mortimer Puller, 11. W Areh
bild, Jr., Charles Helln, Norinnn Met.eod,
Wurien Ploron 13. 13. l'hne. Krnnk
Linen. Harold Wnties, Scrnnton Wolte.
Albert Watson. Carl Welles, Ldwniil Hol
land. A. O. Hunt, Worth S'-tunton, C. 1.
Htdford. C. II. Smtlerson, Lawrenre
Hllss, Dkkson Torre), Hubert L. Prev.
Claude Walker, W. P. Kingsbury W. II
Klrkpitrirk, Ldward Nettleton, Kdwnrd
Ciearhnrt. Robert Sinelei, 11. S. Klrkpat
rlck, James (learhart, l!ean Decker,
P.rooks, I.Mide, C'liailes Williams, Metilll,
The New Yeat's ball, the most Im
patiently awaited event of Its kind of
nil the enr. will be given tonight nt
the Lyceum theatre. In past yeats the
ball has been known ns the "Hach
elots" and Is eiulte generally so desig
nated In the present Instance, although
the event Is but the child ef the Bach
elors' balls which began ten yeais ago
and has no connection with the old
und famous Bachelor organization.
Ptom feiur to five bundled pet sons,
possibly a third of them ftom out of
town nnd all tepiesentlng the best so
cial element of many cities, hne at
ttnded In pat yeats and Just as many
w 111 be present tonight.
The patronesses will begin receiving
at 8.10 o'clock, nnd soon nfter 9 o'clock
cVtncing w ill begin. For the lnforma- I
tlon of those w ho wish to avoid con
fusion In secirlng conveyances to and
ftom the theater, It might be men
tioned thnt the ball committee has ar
tanged with Got man & Co, the lhety
fit m, to assume entire chatge of the
carriages. All the cabs In the city
would. In any event, be used, and de
lay and annoyance will be avoided by
engaging cabs of the Htm mentioned.
In that case, one can be assured of a
carriage to the theater at any hour
und In depaitlng fiom the bnll may
use whatever carriage happens to be
waiting Its turn.
A number of temporal y boxes have
been built next to the dancing lioor,
and, together with the permanent
boxes and loge.s, have been engaged by
Colonel II. M. Boles, W. T. Smith, D.
13. Taylor, A, DeO. Blackinton, AV W
Seranton, O S. Johnson, C. D. Simp
son, W. II. Taylor, J J. Williams and
W. II. Storrs. Boxes hae been te
seied for the committee and patron
esses. Thete will be 24 dance numbers, for
which the music will be by Peter
niann's otchestra, of New "Vork city.
Hauet's band of 25 pieces will play
during the Intermissions. The band
will be located In the balcony and the
orchestra on a suspended platform
over the stage. Supper will be served
beginning at 10.30 o'clock by Holland,
of Philadelphia. For the supper, small
tables will be arranged In the rooms
over the lobby.
Tho lobby will bo used for pnrlor pur
poses und the service of Ices nnd
frappe. Slcbecker & Wntklns havo
been clvcn a curte blanche order to
furnish and drape this part of the
From tho Information obtainable In
ndvance the ball seems destined to nt
least equal and possibly excel any of
Its predecessors In elegance and detail
nnd completeness of appointment.
Mr. nnd Mis. J. S. McAnulty gave a
dancing party at their beautiful home
nt the corner of Vine street and Clay
avenue last night for their daughter,
Miss Anna. A latge number ef young
people were entertained, among them
being: Misses Lola Stefll, Katharine
Steell, Lois Sehlngor, Eleanor Moffat,
Dotothy Bessell, Nettle Bellinger, Helen
Holes, Katharine Pratt, Elolse Phelps,
Mary Ceurhart, Uuth Honley, Jean
Dlmmlck, Jessie Council, Huth Atch
balel, Matgery Warren, Oettrude Cour
sen, Mntgurctta Helln, Cornelia Cnlpln,
Anna Huss, Helen Jones, Miss Osbotno,
Mnry Dickson, Huth Hanley, Florence
Newell, Esther Newell, Sue Hlppl;
Mensis, Hugh Archb.ild. Walter Stev
ens, Du Id Boles, Maxwell Hcssell,
Arthur Teal, Homer Hlce, Lawrence
Council, Cat Hon Conncll, Edgnr Cou
ncil, Harold Council, Ollbeit Edgar,
Cordon Taylor, Cole Price, Paul Welles,
Hobert Mntthews, Hairy Williams,
Dickson Torrey, Douglas Moffat, Gard
ner Plunder, Arthur Phillips, Oren
Christian, Lawrence Watres, John
Blair, Hny Sanderson, Harry Jones,
William Dlmmlck, Ceoigo Huss.
Of the mnny delightful dances given
by "Tho Splnstets," that of Inst night
nt the Scrnnton Bicycle club house was
the largest In point of nuSibers and tho
most elaborate In Its appointment.
About 12." petsons, Including over a
score from out of town, wete present.
Oppenhelmer's complete orchesti.i, of
Wllkes-Harre, furnished music for the
twenty-four dance numbets. Supper
was served by Ctowell. The assembly
room and parlors were handsoniei
decotated with Plot Ida smllax and
palms and Chtlstmas gtcens by Clark
From S SO to 0 30 o'clock theie was a
teceptlon petlod, dining whit it Mis, E.
II. Davis. Mrs. P S. Page, MKs Bessie
Hlce and Mls3 Ctaee Patteison re
celveel. Among those piesent ftom out of
town were Miss Blanche Wood, Mis
Adelaide Dodge, Miss Mnrgnret Keeler
Hay Haidenburg nnd Lyman Smith, of
Honesdale, Mis. Gibson, Miss Nellie
Gibson, Miss Cora Matey, Miss Besle
Dean, Miss Janet Mutiyan, Dr. HuP
Mr. Kemtnerer, Mi Wagner and Mi
Pryor, eif Wllkes-Hune, Mrs. Hon
Mls Hi) den, Mr. Peek, Dunhni
Lamb, Hobert Langtotd and Willlni
Langford, of West Pltt.ston; .Ml
Jeanne Hnight, of New Yotk clt)
William Bennett, of Bennett's.
Among those who nnansed the nf
fair wete Miss Edith Jone-s, Mls Jul!
Pettlgiew, Miss Tunny, Miss Hess
Fleas and the MI.ses Hose. Mis. Ftei
S. Godfrey had been prominently con
cerned In planning for the dance untl
the death of Mr Godf ley's father.
Mr Hatold Wnties gave a dinner las
night In honor of seetal Piinoior
friends at his home on Qulncy n
nue. The guests were: Miss Hough
ton, of Buffalo; Miss Holinnn, South
pott. Conn.: Mhs Linen. Miss Helei
riundeison, Miss Sturges, Miss Mnrgai
et Hanley, Messts. Alfted 13. Bondei
mihll and Evetett Crawford, of Ne
York, Frank Linen, Norman McLod
and Law rente Watres, of this clt).
Colonel H. M. Holes gave a luncheon
at the Seranton club )estetday for his
children nnd the house patty now at
the Boles residence. Covets weie laid
for fourteen. Mrs. Thomas Dickson
was one of the number.
W. W. Seranton enteitalned a paity
of gentlemen at dinner at the s'cmii
ton club last evening.
Ilns Hern Postponed.
The last two days and conceit of the
Musical alliance at Waveil) has been
postponed, owing to the death of Mis.
One of tho best llt'lit entertnlnments
ever seen In this city Is "Gayest Man
hattan," which was produced at tho Ly
ceum last night by a large company, al
most every member of which was an en
tertainer of more thnn ordinary ability.
Tho company deserving!)' wns gtcctcd by
a large audience.
"Cluyest Manhattan" belongs to that
class of theatrliuts, constiucted lor
amusing purpose only, which luive lind a
tremendous vogue during the lust lew
)eurs. There Is no nttcuipt at plot. What
might be feinted the plot merely serves
to Introduce vailous clever people to tho
audience In a gillso Unit will cniibtn them
to do things they are peculiarly well
fitted to do.
Among the clever people In this com
pany nre Hlchard Gorman, (lus Plxley,
Kntei Mlcheletio, Gorlle Hc.vnolds, Jen
nie I j. Lewis, Mabel Montgomery, Jnm-s
A, Klernnn und a doreit or so others. 1'ho
three nets uro laid remctlvelv at the
Mall, ('ill' ml park, the ball room of the
Wuldorf and the promenade llnnf or
Koster & lllul's. All thrto nre superbly
'Ihero nre mnny bright vocal numbers
In "Gayest Manhattan" which wuie ex
ceedingly well rendered list night.
I'm list nt tin Aciidi'inr.
Lewis Morrison's "Puust" was produced
at the Academy of Music last night be
fore a large nudlenee. It is erne of tho
few state productions that never glows
old und of which tho public never seems
to tire. The company which produced It
last night wuh a must competent one. It
was bended by Erroll lumbar who rip
pated In the role of Alephlsto which Mur
ilson was wont to enart with such eon
Miinm.ito skill. Mr. Dunliat 's conception
of the tole Is not unlike Unit of Morri
son's Mini Is a clever piece of acting. Tho
Marguerite of Miss Oltee'i Ilci telle was
mist delicate and very well leeched
bv 'ho nl'dlelice
Ino scenic embellishments of the drama
weie very line. Puusfs I ibui ttory, the
summit of the Biooken, the cottage an I
garden of Murgueilte and the Apotniosls
on which the curtulu Is finally mug dew i,
weio splendid manifestations of stu;e
tiuft. "Kaust" will lie repealed thin anil
tomorrow ufternoons and evenings.
Almost entltely rcnirnnged mil greatly
Improved, the Brothers lljrne will bring
"Eight Hells" to the I.) it urn New Year's,
iftcrnoiiti and evening. This popular pro-
luctloii has been on the load several
ve-ars and Its tniiuss has been remark
able, and now In Its blight new clothes, It
ts ikstlned to another ling life. Tne neio.
batle woik bus not been dlspUced, lor
there Is an al uudunce of it. and In u
iciy atttaetlve and entertaining torm.
The neiobatlc troupe Is icmplilo In ev-
i) pat tlcular ami their work much of
tthlch Is entlteb new, Is tern irleable. the
-miery is entltely new and exceedingly
Three Smrs Company.
lit ginning next Mi ndny and continuing
iroinrhniil the week with a matinee
ill) tin Thtce Star Coinedv companv
ill appear at the Academy of Mu-lc
ipz Mecuslcer who appe.md In this city
t season with the "Miss Philadelphia'
ii'ia com') in) WUI.ird Lee and Miss
lla Harmon ale the three stars of the
cunizatlon A special feature of the
mpiii) will be the "Miss Phllndt Iphla"
illis' onhestru, who will give n free
neott on Monil.i) nfternoun ut 3 o'clock,
idles admitted ttee on Montlu) night
lull aiiompanlcd by a holder of out
aid 30-e ent ticket.
Col. Ingrrsoll's I.rciiire.
Colonel Hob Ingersoll will lecture nt
'ie L)cium theater on Monday evening
ct on "Whv t Am an Agnostic." The
Inclnnntl Emiuirer a)s of this talk
hit "when he has no fails he his tun
lth Is subjtet. which is hud to ic-
tlte. To an exquisite and into villi el, 't
nuallcd word p linllng lacully, full of
loetlc lire, combined with tich lelavo of
lt. hunior, irony, s.ue.isni Invective,
nuthos, apt illustration and all the stupe
tilcks of the i etor In lutein itlon of voic,
j:estuio und postuit, he uibls Just enough
logic to give apparent solidity to the
structure of speech he reals alolt."
On New Ye-nr's Hay.
That Is the time when the ladles of
the Given Hldge Piesb.vterlan church
setve their annual dlnnei Go an)
tline between 12 and 2. Then go bad:
and have tea with them between 6 and
7.30, nfter which they will provide a
pleasing hum 'a entertainment.
Suspension ot 11 ilrtan "Collcso."
Apiopos of the susoenslon of Wood's
Business college In Hazleton recently
the Suitlnel of that place last evening
pt luted Intel views with a number of
residents who paid for scholarships for
their children nnd claim to have lost
most of tho money. They claim that
no provision was tnudo for continuing
the education of the scholars nfter the
Hazlctoti school suspended. The money
paid ranged from 23 to $100, nnd some
of It came from poor people who can
not nfford to lose It, Wllkcs-Uano
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Andyou will rcnll70 howoisy it Is to fur
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Incorporated June, 1182, with capital of
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