THE GRAND PARADA - 1906

Copyrighted
Direction Capt. Charles W. Eddy
BENEFIT OF LYONS CIVIC CLUB




WHAT THE GRAND PARADA IS

The Carnival of Opera consists of Gems and Acts from the popular Operas, with magnificent special scenery and costumes, beautiful dances and marches, grand choruses, musical dreams and stage pictures, enhanced by Calcium and Electric Light effects, with change of program at every performance. The Carnival is produced in four beautiful stage pictures, representing Fairyland, Patriotism, Romney Revelries, and Oriental splendor.

Part first is a dream of Fairyland, the scene being laid in a fairy grotto, with its glitter and beautiful stalactite effects. All is life and motion in this part, with gay splashes and patches of bright and picturesque color, closing with the beautiful picture, the Flora Dream.

Part Second is purely a Military scene, entitled "After the Day is Done," and is realistic in the extreme. As twilight deepens and night closes in, the bivouac of the soldiers is shown in the beauty of song.

Part Third is an operatic gem which shows the home of a band of Hungarian Gypsies with natures as bright and free as their lives. This scene is laid in a shady glen, and is a typical Gypsy camp where the band has gathered to do honor to their Queen, and as the rousing chorus of Gypsy maidens in the "The Gypsies" life you read, the life that all would like to lead," breaks the silence of the scene, one cannot help but realize the facination there is in this life of delightful abandon. The scene is closed by Gypsy Revelries. Many delightful novelties are introduced in this part.

Part Fourth represents the interior of a Moorish Palace with its gardens and its galleries of gold. The scene is opened by the dashing Imperials, supported by a strong chorus. In this part are introduced the side-splitting Policeman, the gay and jaunty Fleur de Lis, the courtly Colonial Dames, to conclude with the stirring march of Red Hussars, and grand patriotic chorus, with the final picture of America, her science, arts, industries, and strong military arm.


NAMES OF PARTICIPANTS

CINDY.

Chaperone, Mrs. George Stell
Soloist, Miss Marguerite Myers
Alice Hotchkiss
Laura Cromwell
Bernice Perduyne
May Keach
Alma Klippel
Lillian McDonald
Rosetta Bramer
Pauline Burgreen
Gladys Perduyne
Ethel Barclay
Marie Boyle
Mabel Boss

FLOWERS AND BEES.

Chaperone, Mrs. F.H. McOmber
Margaret Atkins
Allie Tulett
Bertha Greene
Helen McDonald
Frances Cummings
Howard Marshall
Archie Martin
John Sisson
Walter Coteau
Lyman Rogers

NATIONALS.

Chaperone, Mrs. Clement R. Sherwood
Lisbian Mann
Gladys Greene
Ellen Keane
Leona Shaeffer
Mabel Hessinger
Eva Lowrey
Helen Lowery
Catherine Boyle
Mabel Mahoney
Winifred DeGolyer
Florence Dykeman
Leila Sherwood

JAPANESE.

Chaperone, Mrs. Charles M. Baltzel
Mikado, Mr. John Rodenbach
Dorothy Hubbard
Gladys Weeks
Leona Boehmler
Eleanor Bramer
Helen Pohl
Alma Polh
Luella Rumsey
Florence Gambi
Helen Holoway
Verma Martin
Emma Lake
Ruth Thiese
Mildred Mierke
Arlene Stell
Gladys Pyles
Mildred Covert
Bessie Teller
Anna Hall

PARASOL.

Chaperone, Mrs. Henry Parshall
Soloist, Miss Sarah Carmer
Mrs. E.V.R. Payne
Miss Emma Tinsley
Miss Caroline Hotchkiss
Miss Mary Hotchkiss
Miss Blanche Medick
Miss Mary Rudd
Miss Florence Myers
Miss Emma Tucker

FLORAL ARCH.

Chaperone, Mrs. L.H. Multer
Miss Frances Keane
Miss Nellie Miles
Miss Abbie Miles
Miss Catharine Classy
Miss Mabel Althen
Miss Margaret Taggert
Miss Lena Collins
Miss Marie Robinson
Miss Mary Horrigan
Miss May Keach
Miss Elizabeth Hanrihan
Miss Lillian McDonald
Miss Marguerite Myers
Miss Elizabeth Driscoll
Miss Julia Lowery
Miss Isabella From
Miss Agnes O'Mally
Miss Elizabeth Judge
Miss Marie Boyle

MANDY.

Chaperone, Mrs. Geo. Musselman
Soloist, Eugene Whitman
Ray Lowery
E.V.R. Payne
H.G. Hotchkiss, Jr.
Harvey Shepard
Albert Foster
Harold Webbe

FARIES.

Chaperone, Mrs. John W. Wolfe
Eva Joslyn
Alma Scotney
Rhea Palmeter
Mabel Starks
Miriam Carpenter
Annetta Buisch
Gertrude Holloway
Gertrude Shearer
Florence Dykeman
Beatrice Murray
Rena berns
Minnie Klage
Josephine Palmeter
Helen Althen

BELL DANCE.

Chaperone, Mrs. Calvin Hotchkiss
Miss Frances Starr
Miss Marguerite Hammond
Miss Ethel Barclay
Miss Alice Hotchkiss
Miss Pauline Burgreen
Miss Mary DeGolyer
Miss Marguerite Tournier
Miss Helen Barton
Miss Bernice Perduyn
Miss Gladys Perduyn
Miss Martha Crocker
Miss Laura Predmore

RED-HUSSARS.

Chaperone, Mrs. Joseph Medick
Capt. Of Guard,s Miss Sarah Carmer
Mrs. William Akenhead
Mrs. F.T. Williams
Mrs. E.V.R. Payne
Miss Caroline Hotchkiss
Miss Emma Tinsley
Miss Florence Myers
Miss Jessie Deady
Miss Blanche Medick
Miss Mary Hotchkiss
Miss Emma Tucker
Miss Eva Rodenbach
Miss Marion Getman
Miss Rachel Hammond
Miss Bessie Eagan
Miss Mary Rudd
Miss Helen Gavitt

SPECIALTIES.

Song - The Moom, the Coon, and the Little Octoroon.
Miss Leora Yury
Songs - Selected
Mr. John Rodenbach
Little Minuet
Dorothy Hubbard
Imperials
Chaperone, Mrs. W.T. Tinsley
Miss Grace Whitlock
Miss May Zimmerlin
Miss Mary Hammond
Miss Pauline Baltzel

DAISIES.

Chaperone, Mrs. V.H. Sweeting
Soloist, Miss Mildred Tournier
Miss Grace Whitlock
Miss Nina Barrick
Miss May Zimmerlin
Miss Theresa Collins
Miss Pauline Baltzel
Miss Theresa Mackin
Miss Mary Hammond
Miss Blanche Shepard
Miss Loretta Egan
Miss Irene Baltzel

THE NEWS BOYS.

Chaperone, Mrs. Henry Parshall
Byron Nellis
Arthur Cromwell
Harold Cromwell
John Mogenhan
Joseph Mogenhan
Edward Mogenhan
John Keane
George Siegrist
Clifford Pohl
Alvin Martin
Arthur Shearer
Louis Cosselman
Felix Martin
Stewart Whitman

GYPSIES.

Chaperone, Mrs. W.H. Kinney
(Queen)-Miss Gavitt
Miss Flora Moore
Miss Helen Ryder
Miss Ethel Burgess
Miss Mabel Shoecroft
Miss Violet Shepard
Miss Helen Hubbard
Roy Barton
James Gleason
Joe Phillips
Roy Facer
Fred Burgreen


ADVERTISERS:

THE LYONS NATIONAL BANK, Lyons, N.Y. Capital $60,000 Organized 1865
Surplus $12,000
D.P. Chamberlain, President
F.W. Chamberlain, Vice-Pres.
Frank A. Tanner, Cashier
W.H. Akenhead, Asst. Cashier

BURNETT & CO. Dry Goods, Groceries, Wall Paper, Crockery, Coal and Wood
Give us a Call 38 and 40 Canal Street, Lyons, N.Y.

EMORY G. STREETER
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Corner Broad and Church Streets

W.A. HOPKINS
Baker, 72 Canal Street, Brown bread a Specialty

FEHR BROTHERS
Choice Meats

THE BANK OF WAYNE
Orlando F. Thomas, President

MARSHALL & NOBLE
We Wish to Call Your Attention to Sherwin-Williams Paint. For Spring
Painting and Decorating, both for inside and outside use. Always Buy the Best.
Always Remember the Famous Andes Stoves and Ranges. Give us a call.

HARTMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE
When you Want the Latest and Newest Things in Fancy Dry Goods, Notions,
Hosiery, Gloves, Etc.,

F. NUSBICKEL
Nos. 3, 5, and 7 Broad St., Cor. Water St.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware.
Stoves, Ranges, Furnaces, House Furnishing Goods, Agricultural
Implements, Mechanics' Tools, Rope, Paints, Oils and Varnishes.

HARDT & KLIPPEL
The Dry Goods Store

W.P. MIRICK
Coffee, Tea and Fine Canned Goods, are specialties.

AUG. L. HOFFMAN
Watches, China, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Bicycles.

JAMES D. BASHFORD
Sweet Cide and Cider Vinegar
Sweet, Sour, Dill, and Mixed Pickles Slack Cooperage.

FRANK A. CROFOOT, D.O.
Osteopathic Physician
Office: 73 William Street.

M.A. VEEDER, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon
Cor. Broad and Queen Streets.

DR. R.R. TILLOTSON, DENTIST
Centre Building.

MRS. W.A. HOUGH
Fine Millinery
Canal St.

PHILIP DEUCHLER & SONS
Are Headquarters for Carriages and Harness.

DR. L.W. SMITH, DENTIST
Hours - 6 to 12; 1 to 5.
Crown and Bridge Work
69 William St.

THE LYONS REPUBLICAN Established 1821
Everyone Reads
Why?
Because it has the largest circulation in the county and contains more
news than any county paper.
The Best Equipped Job Department.

MISS BECKWITH MILLINERY
37 William St.
Whether you Shampoo Your Hair Or Have a Hair Dresser Do it Use GETMAN'S
LIQUID GREEN SOAP. Leaves the Hair Soft and Dry. 25c the Bottle.
Samples Free.

LYONS STEAM DYE WORKS.
We Knock The Spots Off Last Year's Suit.

DR. ERNEST EARL ELLIOTT, DENTIST
63 William St.
Phones: Office 38 B. Res. 165 B.X.

MOORE & MOORE
Druggists and Stationers.
Ice Cream Soda 5c.

PHILIP SEVALEN
Choice Home-made Chocolate and Bon-Bons.
The only Place in town to get Ice Cream Soda Every Day in the year.

JOHN M. HATTLER
Sells Everything.
Dry Goods, Carpets, Wall Paper, Groceries, Crockery, etc.

W.T. HARTMAN
Keep your eye on the Sterling Range sold by.

W.G. CARPENTER
Druggist.
Agt. Star Palace Laundry. Goods called for and delivered.

NORTON'S DRUG STORE
Good Line of Drugs.
Call and Try Our Ice Cream Soda.

PHILLIP MINDEL
Dealer in Marble and Granite Monuments, headstones, coping, fencing, etc.
Water Street.

WAYNE COUNTY ELECTRIC CO. "All wool" costs more than "half cotton" - and it worth more.
That's why you're willing to pay more.
Would you burn home-made tallow candles or rush lights like your
great-grandfather did, because they cost less than your wicks, oil, and mantels?
Of course not, because you know it would be penny wise and pound foolish.
If we can prove to you that Electric Light service, with all its
wonderful superiority over gas, does not cost as much as gas, and can
substantiate it by showing you copies of your neighbor's bills, would
you be interested? If so, write, telephone or call, and we will show
you just what it costs others for the same amount of current you might use.

C.M. BALTZEL. Boys' Clothing! Rare Values. Satisfaction complete and permanent has
distinguished our Boys' Clothing throughout its entire history.
Boys' Admiral, Russian and Junior Suits in blue and fancy cheviots,
with bloomer pants lined throughout. Made with collar and tie 2-1/2 to 8
years $2.00 to $5. Boys' Norfolk Suits $5.00. Boys' Suits in neat
Norfolk styles, Knickerbocker trousers $4 to $6.

HOLLOWAY'S You Will Always Find Reliable Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods At the Only Clothing Store on William St.

M.E. COLVIN, Jeweler and Optician
$100,000. 4 Per Cent is already paid when you invest your money in my
Goods, because you are sure of getting the newest and Best that money
can buy at a reasonable price.
A beautiful line of Ladies' Bracelets just in. Don't buy until you
see my line.
I Sell Edison Phonographs and Records.

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM
Second Floor, Sturges Block

THE OLD RELIABLE JOPPA DRY GOODS STORE ESTABLISHED 1873.
RODENBACH & GUCKER
28 and 30 Canal Street
The Season's latest novelties from the Centers of Fashion always on
sale at our Store.
We are sole agents for "Moneybak", Taffetas, Peau de soies, Peau de
Lyons, Peau de Cygnes and Baratheas, Ladies' Home Journal Patters.
A.C. & Co's Famous Black Dress Dress Goods and Fancy Silks.

DANIEL P. MORAN & CO'S.
Easter Announcement
Our new models for Spring and Summer Ready-to-Wear Clothing are now
ready for inspection to all in search of first-class goods for the
times and season.
Men's suits from $10 upwards in fabrics which include the newest shades
of gray from the best known manufacturers.
Young Men's Suits in all the most desirable and fashionable shapes at
the lowest possible prices. Also Rain Coats and Top Coats. Easter
Hats, Knox and Stetson Soft and Stiff, latest shapes which are so
necessary to complete a stylish suit, on exhibition from $3 to $5.
Other grades from $1 to $2.
See our new line of Neckwear, all latest shades, coloring and at right prices.
All will receive a cordial welcome whether they buy or come to inspect
our new and attractive exhibit.

THE NEW FLATIRON GROCERY
Will Open April 28th, B.J. Lehn, Prop.

E. SAUTTER
Agent for the Celebrated Walk-Over Shoe for men

P.W. GRAFF
Jeweler and Optician
26 Canal Street

UNGERER'S
Everything Choice In the Line of Meats at Ungerer's
Just Received a New Lot of Sweet and Sour Pickles

ZIMMERLIN BROS. Call and Examine the "Famous Crawford" Range. More New Features than any Range on the Market.

CONVERSE'S COAL.
"For Raising Heat It Can't be Beat."

C.G. SCHAUB
A Cup of Chase & Sanborn's Coffee
Toast Made From Old Homestead Bread
The Ideal Breakfast

LYONS STEAM LAUNDRY
Wm. Marshall, Proprietor

WAYNE COUNTY TELEPHONE CO.
Center Building
A Household Necessity. A Housekeeper's Friend and Errand Boy.
An Everyday Convenience
The Telephone.

ALBERT HAHN, Proprietor
Candy, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco
The Old Postoffice Store.

THE WATKINS' BOOKSTORE
Canal Street
Get Books At The Bookstore. Get Stationery at the Stationery Store.
We are Headquarters for Playing Cards, Score Cards and Novelties that
are Naturally in Our Line.

J.W. WOLFE.
Dealer in Fine Groceries and Provisions
Ask For Private Estate Coffee.

REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE GAVITT NATIONAL BANK OF LYONS
At the Close of Business April 6th, 1906
(condensed)

RESOURCES
Loans, Discounts and Securities, $221,752.51
U.S. Bonds to secure circulation, 60,000.00
Redemption Fund, 3,000.00
Real Estate and Furniture, 8,100.00
Due from Reserve Banks, 71,447.52
Due from other Banks and Trust Co., 56,675.41
Overdrafts, 397.07
Cash and other cash items, 25,114.86
____$446,487.37
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock, $60,000.00
Surplus Fund, 12,000.00
Undivided Profits, 6,226.77
Nat. Bank Notes outstanding, 59,500.00
Deposits, 308,750.60
____$446,487.37
Certificates of Deposits bearing interest issued.
Drafts issued on all parts of the world.
Collections made at moderate rate of exchange.
Accounts of those who appreciate prompt and careful services solicited.


The original program is on file at the Office of the County Historian, Lyons, NY.




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