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THE SC1IAXTON TItllJUNE-MONDAY MOILNLNU. NOVEMBER 11, 1S94.
NORTON'S NEW STORE
115 Wyoming ave.
Artists' materials, all sorts.
Dcnuison'a imported tissue and .crepe
Papers and materials for using same.
A full assortment always in slock.
Tube colors for oil and China painting.
Artirls' colors in bottles, cakes, pans,
Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold,
Wax material, draughtmen'a
Fine stationary for social uses,
From Whiting's, Craue's, and
Engraving and printing to order1
On short notice by expert mechanics.
See specimens and get our prices.
Miscellaneous and gift boi kj,
Sets and single vols. Cloth and
Our assortment is large and complete.
Bibles, every description, size and
Prayer books, bymnals, music books.
New store, 115 Wyoming ave.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
IMPRINTED OH EACH CIG&R.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
All forma of Hernia it (specialty. Wall
known Scrauton physicians in charge,
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIE,
203 Washington Avenue.
Mr. and Mih. V. V.. Xcttleton loft for
Vlorlilu yoHtcrday, where thvy will spend
It. If. Hherrenl. of Troy, X. Y in the
guest of hlM brother, A. H. Shernrrf.
Mra. W. K. Allm, Miss Julia Allen and
John H. HlarkwooU arrived In Serunton at
nn early hour this mornlnK. They
Touched New York yesterday, two da8
overdue, ami experleneed a very rouKh
)asnKo from Liverpool on the Hteanier
' Money to loan. Iaidov Bros.
CAUSED HIS WI1 E'S DEATH.
Air. Pollack .Make a Peculiar Charge
Against the City.
A serious complaint has been eiilored
by.Jonepli Polliu-k, of Eymiii Htreet,
unalnut thf city, in which it is alleged
that when th nuthoritles graded
Kynon street tin work was performed
in such a munner that the surface
water was diverted from its original
channel and left to flow into his cellar.
.Mrs. I'ollack tiled some time ago from
pneunmnla and one oMils duUKhters Is
now seriously ill, and all arises, air.
I'ollack says, pmphatically, from the
dampness and smell In the cellar. Com
missioner Klrst nnd the councilinen of
the Fifteenth ward have, lie stated, de
clined to do anything in the matter, and
lie requests the board of health to take
some) steps to save the lives of the re
mainder of the family. '
It Is (Well lo remember that Davldow
Bros. Is headqurters for the holiday goods.
Seranton's Business Interests.
THE TRIBUNE will goon publish a enro
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufnetiir-
lug and professional Interests of Scran
ton and vicinity. Tho edition will be
hound In book form, beautifully lllustra
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic bulldlnKS, business blocks, street,
rtc, together with portraits of leading
citizens. No slmllur work has over given
on equul representation of Seranton's
many Industries. It will be an Invaluable
exposition of our business resources.
Sent to persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract new com
ers and be nn unequalled advertisement
of the city. The circulation is on a plan
that cannot full of good results to those
concerned as well as the city at large.
Representatives of THK TRIBUNE will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED In this edition und explain Its
nature more fully.
. Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will please leave notice at
of New York city, will lie In his Scranton
office. 411 Wyoming avenue, avanr i,,n.
day from 8 In tho morning until In tho
i . . ... ,
Buy tho Weber
nnd get the best. At Guernsey Bros
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
. . j
l'assing Events of the Day on the
cst Side of the Citv Xotcd..'
AXXIAL SUNDAY SCHOOL K ALLY
Scruntun Street BaptUt Scholars Cele
brate Saturday's Toot Bull Ciuinc.
Miraculous I'scnjie of a Mother
and Her Infant.
The annual rally of the Sunday school
of the Scranton Street Unptlst church
was observed lust evening In the
church with appropriate services. Dr.
U. (J. llcdiloe, superintendent of the
Sabbath school, presided.
The meetiiib' opened at T.'JO o'clock
with roll call. The members thtm gang
and prayer was offered by assistant
Superintendent (3. W. Hutchinson;
sltiKiuff followed. Miss lira re Good
rich, u talented young elocutionist, gave
a recitation entitled, "My Mother's
Bible." The members of Miss Anna
Morgan's class gave an entertaining
dialogue entitled "Master Is Calling."
A recitation was given by Miss Lizzie
Jones. Itesponses were made by offi
cers und teachers, und the good work
done by the school was freely discussed.
The primary exercises were given by
the young people under the" direction
of Miss Mattle Wntklns. The choir
rendered the beautiful anthem, "I Am
Glad," under the direction of Thomas
fl. Evans. The collection for home and
foreign missionary work was then
Hev. T. J. Collins preached a short
sermon, taking his text from Hebrews,
II, 1: "Therefore we ought to give the
more earnest heed to the things that
we have heard, lest at any time we
should let them slip." The closing
hymn, "(lod lie with You." was sung.
The accompanists were .Misses Marlon
Hutchinson, l.illlun Moore ami Mrs. I!.
William Povicll Umicd.
Many friends of the' late William
Powell, who died on 'Wednesday hist,
gathered at the family home on Four
teenth street ut 2.3" o'clock, wliere fun
eral services were held." -Kev. 1). 1'.
Jones, of the Tabernacle Congregation
al church, and Kev. Peter Huberts, of
Among the many floral designs were
a handsome "Hates Ajar" inscribed
'Husband and Papu." und u pillow
bearing the words. '.'Son und Brother."
The flower bearers were Da id Kvans
and David Lewis. The intending lodges
were: liuld Eagle tribe, No. 10J; J'u
nooka tribe. No. 141; Navajo tribe, No.
ltif; Mingo, tribe, No. 124. and l.ehuhaua.
No. oJT, all Improved order of itcd
Men; Hyde Pitrk castle. Knights of the
Mystic Chain, and Waco council, No.
45, Degree of Pocahontas. Interment
was made In the Washburn Street
cemetery. The chaplains of the sev
eral lodges read the ritual at the grave.
The pall bearers were Eurl Jlolllster,
Hichard Thomas. Jonathan Jones, Wlll
ium Charles, William Lewis, Henry
No. 14 School Wins a l oot Bull Game.
A large number of people assembled
on (iHinmon's hill on Saturday after
noon to witness a gumo of foot ball be
tween the teams of No. 14 and Green
Kldge schools. The No. 14 team hud
the udvantage from the beginning. Al
though younger in years thun their op
ponents, they went - more agile and
knew the scientific points of the game.
Good work was done by Mott and Phil
lips, and Archie BrWu made a brilliant
dash of 109 yards, securing n touch
down. Pinal score, 22 to 4, In favor of
No. 14 school.
The tenuis lined up ns follows:
H. Green Ridge.
Moser left end Urceno
Williams left tackle Geurv
Morris left guard Smith
W. Davis center. . . H Itchco-k
James right guard Kingsley
Staples right tuckle Jones
Joseph right end Coleman
E. Chirk quarter back William
Mott right half back.. ' ...Kai..
U. Phillips left half back Wtrtts
Brown full back Gavel
Jumes P. Harris' Birthday:
A pleasant surmise and' t,tri),,i,,,-
party was held at the home of Mr u.,,i
Mrs. James P. Harris, WO Evans court,
r rutay evening, the occasion being Mr.
Harris' thlrty-tlrst birthday. 'SlJiglng
by a quartette, music bv Isime i..ir.
and Hurry Edwards, recitations by
aiiss Hutchinson and dancimr wero in
order for tho evening.
Those present were Mr. mid
John M. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Anthony, Mr. and Mrs. Ludwlg Lud-
wig, Airs. Mulr. Mrs. Lannian. mirt m,
Misses Jennie Jones, Lizzie Phillips,
lizzie nnu Mary Ellis, Mary and Normu
Powell, Jemima Jones, Mary Watklris,
Hattle and Ruth Davis, Lizzie Thomas
Anna and Maggie Harris, Margie Har
ris nnd Mary Ludwig, and Churles Kel
ler, Jucob Pfeiffer, -Chris and Daniel
Robertson. David Jones, John Jenkins,
William Ludwlg, Wesley Walters, Isaac
Price, Harry Edwards, Daniel Harris,
Chester Ludwlg and William Harris.
Those from out of town were Miss
Hutchinson, of Shamokiu, and ' Miss
Berkizer. of Olvnhant. Miss Hiitf-hiT..
son returned to her home In Shuniokln,
Saturday, arter a visit of four weeks
with Scranton friends. Miss Herklzer
accompanied Miss Hutchinson nnd will
be her guest for a few weeks.
Mother and Baby Escupc Death.
The milk train which arrived In thta
city from Buffalo at S.H5 o'clock yester-
aay nnernoon struck a buggy at
Tripp's crossing.' The vehicle contained
two women und a child. Tim ei.glue
struck the rear portion of the buggy
nnd knocked It from the truck. The
women and child were thrown out and
by some miracle escaped with only a
The horse Jumped n fence and dushed
away, leaving tlie vehicle a total wreck.
The Women were taken to the homo ,-i
Mr. Chase, near by, where their bruises
were dressed. The parties' names could
not be learned.
Married lu lllnghumton.
Charles Stuttur, the shipping clerk
for John T. Porter, and Miss Jennie
Jeffrey, doughter of Mr. und Mrs. John
Jeffrey, of Wright's court, wei;c mar
ried In Blnghamton Saturday. On their
return a reception was tenii,.r.i ti..
at the home of the bride's parents. The
bridal couple were accompanied on
their trip to Blnghamton by Mr. nod
airs. rratiK lienor, of Scranton street.
The newly wedded couple are weli
known on this side. The bride is a pre
possessing nnd talented young woman
and her husband a popular and indus
trious man. Their many friends wish
them unmurred happiness.
Michael Hcup Burled. '
Tho funeral of the late Mlchnel Reap,
of Eynon street, the brakemun who wus
injured at Clark's Summit on W'ednes
day last and afterward died at the
Moses Taylor hospital, took place yes.
terday morning and was largely at
tended. Among those who attended the
services wore many members of Moses
Taylor Lodge, Brotherhood of Railway
A solemn high mass of requiem was j
celebrated, hi St. Patrick's church , by ,
rauin uuillie, HHMSieu oy e . I
F. P. ' McNally as deacon, and Rev.
Father Fricker as sub-deacon. The
floral contributions were many and
beautiful, and comprised a large pillow
and wreath from the Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, and a cross from
the employes of the train on which he
worked. At the close of the services
interment was made in the Hyde Park
Catholic cemetery. The pull-bearers
were: 'Thomas Glynn, Stephen Con
nors. Richard Maxey, Miles Crossln,
John Mlsman und John T. Mullurney,
of Moses Taylor lodge; the flower
bearers wore E. L. Dorcey, Harry J.
Martin, John Jennings and George L;ir
ney. Brief Votes of Interest.
Mrs. John S. Harris, of Division
street. Is ill.
E. D. Tyler, of North Main avenue,
Is visiting friends in Susquehanna.
William C. Davies, of Lafayette
street, has a relapse of typhoid fever.
Miss Jennie Lawrence, of North Hyde
Tark avenue. Is recovering from an ill
ness of typhoid fever.
James Clary, of Tunkhannock, re
turned home on Saturday from n visit
with Mrs. Jumes Butcher, on North
At a meeting of the Welsh Philoso- j
phical society on Saturday evening E.
I Davis gave n tuik on the subject,
"What Coal Is Made Of." Evan .Miles
conducted the singing.
A crowd id' mischievous boys broke a
large plate glass window for William
Dcckelniok, the hotel keeper, a few
nights ago. Mr. Deckelnlck gave i lius ',
but wus unable to capture them.
Funeral services over the retnulns of
the lute Louis E. Jones were conducted
Haturday afternoon at the home of
John K. Jenkins, in Osweil court, by
Kev. Duvid Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Congregational church. Inter-1
nient was made lu the Washburn Street
Evan Jenkins, u miner ut the Hump-
ton mine, was seriously Injured while
ut work on Saturday morning, lie wus
at work in Ids chamber In the above
colliery w hen a portion of top coal fell,
Inflicting a severe gush in bis left leg.
The injured man was removed to bis
homc on Hamilton street, where his in- copal, church sung farewell unthems
juries Were dressed by Dr. George B. Willi much feeling. Burial services
Reynolds. j were .conducted at the house and at the
The congregation of St. John's Gel-! Brave lu Forest Home cemetery by Rev.
man Catholic church, on South Main; r'- King, of the Methodist Episcopal
avenue, have realized about S1.&00 on i church, and Rev. H. H. Harris, of the
their recent fair, which wus conducted j Calvary Baptist church, both of Tuy
In Music ball. The articles renminbi;.; ! "', and by Rev. E. L. Santee. of the
over amount to Stun), but these will soon ! 'edur Avenue Methodist Episcopal
be disposed of, leaving u sum of $2,W. ' l'hurch. Representatives of Taylor,
The members tire well pleused over . L"Y o1' t,le Vulley, Silurian. James Coti
tbeir success, and great credit Is due t "e" Robert Burns lodges of odd
their rector, Rev. Father Fricker. Fellows attended the funeral.
Link cuff-buttons. Duvldow Bros.
0KTJI KM) XOTKS.
Miss Emma Wilson, of Oak street, is
visiting her sister in Northumberland.
John Wilson, of East Market street,
spent Sunday with friends lu Danville.
Miss Rachel Grlliiths and Elizabeth
Thomas, of Wllkes-Tturre, visited Seth
GrltlUhs, of spring street, lant week.
Camp 17", Patriotic order Sons of
Ameilca, expect to Initiate eight new
ntemliers Wednesday evening.
James Bliss has resigned bis position
in the dry goods department of Feti
ner & Chappell's store to go to Ash
ley, where lie expects to open a general
Randolph Crlppen, of Main avenue,
has recovered jifter a ten days' Illness.
William Bright, the carriage maker of
Main avenue, has recovered from a ser
Randolph Crlppen swore out awaratit
Saturday charging David Lewis, David
Blrtley, Bertie Davis, Merthan Ed
wards and Frank Richards, five small
bovs between twelve and fourteen years
of age, with breaking n plate glass win
dtw of the store oecuppled by Mrs.
Stub!, by pushing a wooden Indian,
which she used an a cigar sign, through
it on last Thursday evening about ti
The unnualbaznarof the Puritan Con
gregational church, which was held in
Company II armory, came to a success
ful close Saturday night. The main fea
tures of the evening were the announc
ing of thei names of the succssful con
testants in the different contests, und
the sash drill and march under the di
rection of Mlgss Margaret Davis to
music furnished by Miss Mary L, Reese.
The drill was given by Miss Mary Ed-
vards, Alice Thomas, Alice Pearce,
Margaret AVIIlianis, Harriet Richaids,
Elizabeth Leonard and Mabel Jenkins,
thlrtyifour other girls being in the
march. Armit Thomas announced the
following u S the successful ones in the
contests, John Thomas, quilt; Mrs. Al
fred Perry, goid watch; Margaret A.
Williams, diamond ring; Henry John,
chair. The bedroom suit contest was
postponed until sometime in January.
Very luterestng services were held in
the Welsh Baptist church last evening
bv the Sunday school in observance of
Bible day. They were in charge of
Oeorsre Davis, and consisted of Songs
and recitations by the scholars. A col
lection was taken for the benefit of
tho Baptist-. Home and Foreign Bible
society."' ' : . '
Owing to the bazaar being held in the
nrmorv Friday night, the Keystone
Dancing clans will meet tonight.
v five o'clock tea was held on Sutur-
day afternoon in honor of Miss Mary
Miidt-V.. daughter of George Muuey,
proprietor of the Bristol House, by the
members of a Sunday sctiooi , class in
si. Luke's church. The ufternoon wus
spent in giving recitations, singing and
other features, after which tea wus
served. Those present wereMlsses Anna
Morton, Kate Lundee, Belle Mubey,
Bessie Mubey, Ruby Lyons, and Ella
Davldow Bros are receiving dally hun-1-some
sterling sliver novelties for the
Plllsbury's Flour Mills huve a capacity
of 17,600 barrels a day.
OF THE SEASON.
Trimmed and Untrlmmed Hats,
Walking Hats, Sailor Hats, Chil
dren's Hats, Children's Caps,
It will pay you to buy either to
' day or tomorrow. .'. ..
HASLACHER'S : MILLINERY
fl. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lacks. Avo,
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
KcntilinS uf Emil Schmidt Lllill t(l
Rest Yesterday Afternoon,
DAY 01' NUMEROUS FIXEKALS
l:vun T. Morgan Buried with Honors in
Taylor l'orcst Homo Cemetery Fu
nerals of .Miss EdnuCraf and Willie
Ml lzrln Pittston Ave. Cemetery.
All that was mortal of Emil Schmidt,
of Prospect avenue, was consigned to
the grave yesterday afternoon lu Pitts
ton Avenue cemetery. At 2 o'clock the
remains were borne to- the Hickory
Street Presbyterian church and Rev.
August Lunge performed the burial
services. The South Side board of
trade attended the funerul lu a body.
It was one of the largest corteges
seen on the South Side In many years.
The pull bearers were Charles Johnson,
August Raynor, George MIrtz. Albert
Nothacker, John Geiger, Prank Rob
ling, Casmer Hartmuu, Conrad Peil,
Christian Kellermunl George Engle and
Thomas H. Sprnks. The flower bearers
were Vincent iilech, George Burkley,
William Kramer und John Roller.
The family and friends are (leslrlous
pf expressing their heartfelt thanks to
all who showed their sympathies at
Two brothers, Charles and lliuehold,
of San Antonio, 'IVx.,- Were expected,
but did not arrive in time for the fun
eral, und the grave was left open for
them to view the remains when they do
urrlve. The floral tributes to the mem
ory of the deceased were exquisite, pro
fuse and costly.
I uncral of l.van 1. Morgan.
Nil larger funeral than lluit which at
tended the remains of the late Evan T.
Morgan, of Mlnooka, to his narrow
bouse yesterday has been seen in
j Minooku In years. Since his death till
,liM funeral the flag ul No. J school
I house, near his home, hud been lowered
at half-mast in memory of his associa
tion with the school board of Lacka
wanna township. .
At the house before the funeral u
choir from the Taylor Methodist Epis-
Mrs. L. D. Powers received a tele
gram Saturday apprising her of an in
Jury to her mother In Bethlehem by
falling down stairs at her home, but
not sustaining fatal injuries. Mrs.
Powers und her daughter, Edna, left on
the ufternoon train
The futural of Willie, the :-year-old
sou of Fred Miller, or Pittston avenue,
was ht;ld yesterday afternoon, inter
ment being made in Pittston Avenue
Every lilting curve, every mark, evry
dusli In' those funny "yueer People" alg
nlties a luiiKli.
New Fngland Banquet.
The -annual meeting of the members
of the New England society will be held
ut the board of trade rooms on Lacka
wanna avenue on .Thursday evening
next, at 7.S0, to make arrangements for
the usual banquet In honor of Fore
fathers' Day, Dec. 22.
Laughter for the little ones Is better
thun medicine. For luunhter, try those
SoliJ gold eyeglass. Duvhlow Bros.
Blank and Miscellaneous Rooks,
Photograph und Scrap "Alliums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Peus, Pine Stationer) and Writ
PRATT STATIONARY STORE
' 312 Lackawanna Avenue.
we will open an
entire new stock
of Dress Goods.
The Latest Styles
WHEN YOU WAXT TO LOOK OX THE MIGHT
SIDE OF THINGS, I'SK
WE HAVE a large
line of choice French
Those intending to do such
work for holiday gifts should
make their purchases now, as
all our import orders are in.
We have1 a number of new
shapes and decorations in
dinner and toilet sets that are
handsome for little money.
Onyx Top Tables,
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
IIS WYOMING AVENUE.
Vccuu.se the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, but drop in
and look at our "Oil DoUgoUl"
shoes for misgea and children,
And when the children are
wealing out shoe3 it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those -Oil DODgolas" are
me Kinu taut Have good soles,
throw off water and cive vou
about hall more service for
your money than you usually
Lacft or Button. . Ladles'
Shoes in the same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
LOSE A HAT
ON THE ELECTION?
at 412 SPRUCE ST.,
cr 205 LACKA.AVE.
Lackawanna Avenue. '
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD
We want to show you our
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
50 Ladies' Beaver Coats
worth $9.00, for - ,
100 Children's Long Coats,
worth $10.00, for -
100 Children's Eiderdown
Angora fur, worth $1.50.
1 case Men's Natural Wool
75c, for - ' -
WILL OFFER 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK
Something New Every Week. See Show Windows.
Something nice for a Chrintuiaa
some denr friend's hair.
FUR WILL FLY
When you go hunting for rabbits If you
get one of our guns that we ure Hi'Ulng at
cut priced, the tlnest lot of guna ul the
lowest prices over offered In the city
Think of It, u Urst-cluss huminerless gun
CLARENCE H. FLOREY,
Y M. C. A. BUILDING.
1 1 TFT
It would require the entire paper, aud perhaps more, lo do it full justice,
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
We're showing original and exclusive STYLES IX CHILDREN'S
l'L0THIX( that were never before seen or heard of in this city. Any novelty
imaginable is here at vour disposal, such as
GREAT RENOWNED CALLEN B1T1SU
Consisting of a Coat, 2 pairs of Pants, aud a cap of all wool material,
WARRANTED NOT TO RIP.
AT $4.25. sS-
IT'S A GREAT TRADE WINNER. . .
.f ' ' ' i
,, We're delighting busts of boys with the Scholars' Companion and Boole
Straps combined, which go FREE to ChlWren's Clothing buyers, '
PENff CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE
137' AND 1 39 PENN AVENUE.
STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
and Oxford Mixed,
. 308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
in black and bine,
- - $5.98
from 6 to 12 years,
- - $5.50
Coats trimmed with
for - 75c
- - 49C'
Gilt. Chains made out of your own or
a n PRESENTS
Leave orders as early as possible.
- 230 Lacka. Ave.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We ore now doing a general Drug, Paint
nnd Oil business nt tlu- ubovi' location,
during the erection of our store building
recently destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Ol'R TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 223,
All orders promptly tilled and delivered tt
uny part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
Silk Astrakhan Reefers, Satin Lined,
Shawl Collar Cape Ulsters and Over
coats, English Paddock Overcoats
for Children, Hood Ulsters and Over
coats, different designs, Single,
Double and Triple Cape Overcoats,
a great variety, Reefer, Junior and
Yestee Suits, Handsomely pimmed,
and LAST, but not LEAST,
5. L. QALLEN.