The Scranton Truth 29 October 1904 p. 10

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The Scranton Truth
29 October 1904
p. 10 - SOUTH SCRANTON. Choral Union Is to Produce"...
SOUTH SCRANTON. Choral Union Is to Produce" Esther" Next Month - Funeral of the Late Jacob Fries. The most pretentious event of the very near future is the effort that the South Side Choral union is making to properly present the Biblical story of "Esther," which will be essayed on November November 14, 15 and 16, in the parish house, on Hickory street. Weekly rehearsals rehearsals are being held and the cantata cantata will be rendered with great care. Special attention will be given to the costuming of the principals and the chorus, which will result in the presentation presentation of a spectacle of Oriental magnificence magnificence The first night's entertainment will be in the nature of a dress rehearsal rehearsal and will be for children. The remaining remaining nights will be for the entertainment entertainment of grown persons. "Esther" is perhaps the most elaborate presentation presentation ever attempted on this side of the Iloaring Brook, and if events of a similar similar or more pretentious character are to be attempted in the future, South Side people ought to show appreciation on this occasion. The Choral Union is composed of young men and women who rehearse weekly for the love of music and the good they may do. Arranged alphabetically, alphabetically, the singers and their voice parts are as follows: Sopranos Misses Mary Christophel, Lizzie Cooper, Minnie Faust, Carrie Fetzer, Lizzie Fetzer, Minnie Fickus, Margaret Freuchtel, Amelia Hartman, Lottie Hartman, Lucy Huber, Mattie Jones, Venetta Jones, Lena Kellerman, Lizzie Kellerman, Louise Kellerman, Kate Kirst, Catherine L. Mirtz, Minnie Miller, Charlotte Morlang, Bertha Nordt, Louise Nordt, Mary Porcher, Lizzie Kentchler, Maude Scull, Bertha Sontag, Emma Wirth, Minnie Zang. Altos Misses Minnie Budenbach, Ida Chase, Lizzie Chase, Barbara Christophel, Christophel, Anna Fickus, Katie Kellerman, Amelia Koch, Frieda Kornacher, Emma Rentchleh, . Lizzie Wirth, Marie D. "Wirth. Tenor William Berghauser, Peter Kellerman, William C. Miller, George Kech, Jacob Schunk, George Stahleber, Fred Weirich. Bass John Burns, Jacob F. Emick, Charles Hornbacker, R. P. Koehler, Henry Motchman, Peter Rauner, Sel - don Schaffer, Fred Schunk, William Schunk. TROUBLES OF A CONSTABLE. There is a constable, or rather a deputy constable, attached to Alderman Alderman Brady's court, and if one could have heard his soliloquy on Thursday night, the weakness of human nature, particularly of feminine human nature, would be more familiar to the listener. The alderman had sent his constable into a neighboring ward with a warrant warrant charging a married man with disorderly disorderly conduct, assault and battery, and felonious wounding. The man's wife was the prosecutrix, having appeared appeared before the. alderman earlier in the day with a tale of woe that resulted resulted in the issue of the document that would, if served, make the man the defendant defendant in a criminal prosecution. But it was not to be. The woman experienced experienced a change of heart. The officer of the law, with the warrant, warrant, called at the house between 9 and 10 p. m. The woman came to the door. Recognizing the constable, she slammed the door in his face, at the same time admonishing her husband. The latter did not stand on the order of going. The constable exerted his strength and forced the door, but when he got to the rear door he heard the back gate, one hundred and fifty feet away, slam. To follow was useless. To arrest the woman for interference was equally so, but for once in his life the disappointed disappointed official wished that one woman was a man. Gallantry prevented his wreaking wreaking vengeance for the disappointment she caused him. Were he to arrest her is

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