Newspaper Page Text
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 30, 18D4.
115 Wyoming ave.
Artists' materials, all sorts.
t)ennlson's imported tissue and crepe
Papers and materials for using same.
A full assortment always in stock.
Tube colors for oil and China painting.
Artirts' colors In bottles, cakes, pans,
Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold,
Wax material, draughtmen's
Fine stationary for social uses,
From Whiting's, Craue's, and
Engraving and printing to order
On short notice by expert mechanics
Bee specimens and get our prices.
Miscellaneous and gift books,
Sets and single vols. Cloth and
Our assortment is large and complete.
Bibles, every description, size and '
Prayer books, hymnals, music books,
Kew store, 113 Wyoming ave.
USE THE (
. - Gofcd Bread.
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO) THE TRADE BY
The Hon Mill Go,
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE IHITimS
G. B. &CO.
IMPRINTED OW ECH CIGAR.
iarney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
'All forms of Hornln specialty. Well
known 8crnton physicians in cbarga.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., MIL,
203 Washington Avenue.
P. J. Collins and Mr. McGovern, of
AVUkes-Barre, were visitors In tho city
Theodore Connell, who Is attending the
medical department of the Unlveslty of
ennsylvaniu, spent Thanksgiving at the
home of his father on Clay avenue.
W. C. Woeden and Miss Van Dervoort,
of New York city, are at the Hotel Ter
race. Mr. Weeden Is well known In this
city as tho soloist that accompanied
Evangelist Schlverea and Miss Van Der
voort is the soloist of the Yatman Metro
politan meetings. Both will sing at the
Christian Kndeavor convention at Car
bondale today. They will be assisted by
II. H. James and Miss Lily Joseph.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
I ft A
MAKE.LT OF NEXT HOUSE.
Will Contain 244 Republicans, 1 04 Dcm o
crnts, 6 Populism and 1 Sllverite.
By the United Fress.
Washington, Nov. 29. There will be
in ahe next house 244 Republicans, 104
f Democrats, six Populists, one silver
i man, and there is one vacancy caused
by the death of Mr. Wright, Republi
can, of the Fifteenth Pennsylvania dis
trict. There are 218 Democrats In the
present house, and of these only seventy-six
were re-elected. One hundred
and eleven were succeeded by Rpubll
cans, three by Populists and twenty
eight by other Democrats.
Of those who voted for the Wilson bill
ns It passed the house In February,
Slx Populists were defeated for re
election, with fifty-nine Democrats. One
Democrat who supported the AVIIson
bill, and was not re-nomlnated, will be
succeeded by a Populist, while forty-two
Democrats who voted for It and did
not seek re-nomlnatinns have Republi
can successors. There were sixteen
Democrats who opposed the Wilson bill,
and of these seven were defeated, one
by a Tammany Democrat, and six by
Republicans. Five did not seek re
election, four will find Republicans oc
cupying their pldbes, while one gives
way to another Democrat. But four of
that sixteen were re-elected.
The Populists come from Nebraska,
Kansas, Colorado, Alabama and North
. Carolina, each of which states sends
1 one, except North Carolina, which
Musio Itoxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschl & Sons, manufacturers,
1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestral organs, only S and HO.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and Improved with new tunes.
1 Sale of " Queer People "
Nos. 2 and 3 will open on
Saturday at 9 a. m. No.
1 will close on that day.
If you haven't secured No.
1 be sure and send your
orders before that date.
Price, ioc; by mail, 12c.
ON OTHER SIDEOF CHANNEL
Passing Events of the Duy on the
West Side of the City Noted.
H0K THE DAY WAS 0BSEKYED
Religious Services Wcro Well Attended,
l.ntcrtulnment of the Oil t'psllon So
ciety -Death of A brum Thomas, of
Decker's Court-Other Notes.
Thanksgiving day as it was observed
on this side yesterday was a typical
one. The stores were all closed and
everything assumed a holiday appear
ance. The extreme cold , weather on
the evening before converted the brick
yard pond into a skating rink, and a
very large number amused themselves
by gliding over Its smooth surface. In
the afternoon the theaters and foot ball
games were the attractions, and In the
evening the splendid entertainment ut
Mears" hall brought the people out In
crowds. Services were held In all the
West Side churches during the day, and
Chi I'psllon Entertainment.
Mears' hall resounded with the mirth
and laughter of young people yesterduy
afternoon at the pantomime entertain
ment, which was presented under the
auspiceB of the Chi Upsilon society of
fhe Washburn Street Presbyterian
church. The programme was designed
especially for the umusement of child
ren and It succeeded admirably. The
first number was an overture by the
''Harlequin band" (burlesuqe), which
vus well given. Miss Long recited and
the "Babies in the Wood"' was pre
sented. Miss Edith and Master Eddie Davles
sang a very pretty duet, which was
followed with "Nickel In the Slot," a
very amusing scene. A recitation was
given by Miss Ossle Phillips. The cata
phone. an Ingenious Instrument for the
reflection of sounds, followed. Harold
Miller rendered a vocal solo, and a drill
by Miss Sarah Jones' cluss of girls
closed the successful affair.
The evening programme was an excel
lent one, each number being very care
fully selected. f
The hall was crowded with an appre
ciative audience. Solos were rendered
by Philip Warren, Miss Lydia Sailer,
Mrs. Churles Metzgar and Professor
William Jones. The mandolin solo by
Arthur Morse won much applause.
Recltalons were given by Charles Cad
wgan and Miss Adele Hreakstone, of
Wyoming seminary. Both were given
in an artistic manner. A guitar solo
was given by Miss Anna La Shelle, and
a duet by Misses Grace and Anna Rose.
The performance closed with a charm
ing comedietta entitled, "Who Shall
Win Mm." It was presented In an ex
Those who partlcfpated were Misses
Margaret Phillips, Maude Fisher,
Myrtle Van Gorder, May Elslnger,
Mary Fisher and Charles Franier,
Charles Blume and Wallace Mospr.
Death of Abram Thomus.
Abram Thorn )u, a" well known resi
dent of this side, died at 4.20 o'clock yes
terday morning after an Illness of sev
eral months at his home In Decker's
court. Deceased was horn In Aberdare,
South Wales, und was 35 years of age.
He has been a resident of this side for
the past thirty-one years. Mr. Thomas
had Innumerable friends among his
Welsh brethren and was known for his
estimable qualities and genial disposi
tion. He was a member of Silurian
lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, Lodge No. 107, American Protest
ant association and Uniformed Rank
No. 326, Knights of Pythias. He was
employed at the Bellevue mine and was
Associated with the Bellevue Accidental
fund. He Is survived by a wife, Margar
et, and four children, namely, Arthur,
Jennie, Zurlah and Abel Thomas. The
funeral will occur on Sunday afternoon.
Interment In the Washburn Street
Little News Notes.
Will D. Griffiths, of North Sumner
avenue, was In Danville yesterday. '
John J. Davles gave a talk on "Chem
istry" on Wednesday evening at Dalton.
Professor Charles Hughes, of New
York city, visited friends on this side
Miss Davlna Tague, of Nicholson, Is
visiting at the home of her brother, P.
W. Tague, on North Main avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson,, of
North Rebecca avenue, gave a tea
party yesterday In honor of Miss Carry
Robertson and her friends, Mr. and
Miss Kohl, of Wllkes-Barre, and Miss
Hill, of Division street.
Anthony McGoff, of Archbald street,
while attending his Bister's wedding on
Railroad avenue last Wednesday even
ing, had his shoulder dislocated by fall
ing on the Ice, while throwing out a pull
of water. He was put under an anaes
thetic by Drs. Robert and Paine and the
limb was replaced.
The funeral of Miss Loretta Burke, of
Ninth street, occurred yesterday morn
ing at 9 o'clock. A solemn high mass of
requiem was celebrated in St. Patrick's
church by Rev. P. F. McNally. Father
Dunne was deacon and Father Enrlght,
sub-deacon. A large number attended.
Interment was made In the Hyde Park
A social was held at the home of" Miss
On sale James, on South Rebecca ave
nue, last evening. The rooms were
decorated with an array of ferns and
chrysanthemums. The evening was de
voted to games and music. A prominent
feature was vocal solos by Tom Beels
and John A. Wettllng. Refreshments
were served at a )ate hour.
The many friends of the late William
Tyler, of North Sumner avenue, who
died on Monday from a stroke of para
lysis, assembled at the family home yes
terday afternoon, where funeral ser
vices were held. After'a short meeting
of prayer, the funeral cortege moved to
the Simpson Methodist Episcopal
church. The pastor, Rev. L. C. Floyd,
D. D., officiated, and preached an Im
pressive Bermon. The floral tributes
consisted of a large number of neat de
signs. Silurian lodge, Independent Or
der of Odd Fellows, and Encampment
No. 81 of Odd Fellows were In attend
ance. Interment was made In the
Washburn Street cemetery. .,- r'
Nearly all of the Weif Side churches
were represented yesterday morning In
the Plymouth CongregjaUonat'thurch, at
the sunrise prayer "meeting,, which' oc
curred at 7 o'clock. The services were
In charge of the pastor, Rev. Thomas
Bell. The meeting was opened with
singing. Nearly all present quoted
verses of scripture and gave testimonies
of faith. The members of the Plymouth
church decided to assist the family of
Abram Thomas, who died at 4.20 o'clock
yesterday morning, and two wagon
loads of provisions . and considerable
money was sent to the hAuse. The be
reaved family have the sympathy of
their large circle of friends. - (
West Side Business Directory,
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per doien. They are lust lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Starner's
Photo Purlors, 101 and 103 South Mum
PLUMBINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths, SlS
North Muln uvenue, does nrst-olasa
Plumbing, Steam Heut and (Jim Kitting.
Batlsfucllon Is strictly guaranteed.
GROCERIES Revere Standurd Java
t'oftee Is unexcelled. The U-adlng coffee
of the day. For sale only at P. W. .Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, llfi South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE - Cush
for anything you have to Bell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 11C4 and 'IOCS
WALL PAPER Go to Fred Reynolds,
20(1 North Muln avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Puper, Paints
und Window Shades. Just opened with
OYSTERS R. E. Davis' market house.
Dealer In Koreipn und Domestic Fruits.
Oysters served in every style. 310 North
Main avenue, next to Clarke's.
Great Success at Turner Hall Last liven
ing. Turner's hall was filled to overflowing
last evening by those who attended the
eighth annual ball of the Scranton
Typographical union. A large number
were unable to participate In the danc
ing owing to the over-crowded condi
tion of the hall. Bauer's band was In
attendance and played several selec
tions during the evening.
A. J. Langan acted as general man
ager, and John J. Donnelly, assisted by
William Holtham, as master of cere
monies. The reception committee were:
John R. Farr, chairman; Isuac Harris,
B. F. Moore, S. A. Cahoon, Edward
Watres, T. R. Phillips, Jay H. Eaton,
H. W. Duslnberre, W. D. McFadden,
Alfred Twining, M. W. Walton, W. A.
Browning, Joseph Hamm and William
Visitors were well pleased with the
excellent arrangements provided for
their reception and a very pleasant
evening was spen,t by all, despite the
crowded state of the ball-room.
VERY LIVELY WIND UP.
Game of l oot Hall at Park Plucc Lnds in
a l ight.
An exciting game of foot ball was con
tested by the North End Crescents and
the Park Place club yesterday afternoon
on the ground of the latter. The game
lasted seventy minutes and resulted In
a victory for the Crescents, the score
being 24 to 0.
As soon as the game concluded mat
ters assumed a more lively aspect
among the 200 spectators who had
shouted themselves hoarse In support
ing their favorite team, and fter some
Indelicate language was hurled at each
other, an open light ensued. Fists were
used ut first, but soon the battle waged
warmer, when slicks and clubs were
freely used and finally stones were re
Several emerged from the fray with
altered physlogs and will boar for some
time a memoir of the memorable
Thanksgiving game at Park Place.
John Langan Is visiting Wllkes-Barre
Mrs. M. E. Tucker, of Howell, Mich.,
Is visiting reluttves In town.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Frost, of Drinker
ptreet, spent Thanksgiving with rela
tives at Mauch Chunk.
The Epworth league held a very In
teresting and successful missionary en
tertainment In the Methodist Episcopal
church last evening.
The Pastime Social club held their
annual ball Wednesday evening In
Koch's hall. It was one of the largest
attended balls lately held in Dunmore.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, at the residence
of Fred Stevens' Wednesday evening,
held one of the most pleasant and suc
cessful socials and suppers that they
have ever had.
MLss Maggie Rearden has been ap
pointed by the school board as teacher,
to till the vacancy caused by the resig
nation of Miss Lizzie Cullen. There
was a large number of applicants for
the position. Miss Annie McDonald,
of Main street,, was appointed teacher
for night school.
The extra meeting at the Baptist
church will be continued every even
ing until further notice. Thus far the
attendance has not been what It should
be. Rev. Fred Dreyer, who conducts
the meetings, Is giving his life to Chris
tian work. He deserves the support
and co-operation of our people.
The Loyal Legion will hold an un
usually Interesting meeting next Sat
urday evening, It being opening nlghit
In the New hall. A tine programme Is
being prepared by the committee hav
ing the matter In charge; J. P. O'Con
nor, of the Scranton Truth, will address
the meeting. A general invitation is
extended to all to attend.
Rev. J. W. Williams Is 111 with a
severe cold and could not preach the
union Thanksgiving sermon In the Bap
tist church as announced. He secured
In his place Rev. Dr. S. C. Logan, of
Scranton, who preached a very Inter
esting sermon on the wonderful growth
and development that we enjoy as a
nation and the dangers that threaten
Scrnnton's Business Interest.
THETRlBUNEwlllsoon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scran
ton and vicinity. The edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully illustrat
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic buildings, business blocks, - streets,
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No similar work has ever given
an equal reqresentatlon of Scranton's
many Industries. It will be an invaluable
exposition of our business , resources.
Sent to persons outside tho city, copies of
this handsome work will attract new com
ers and be an unequalled advertisement
of the city. The circulation Is on a plan
that cannot full of good resultsMo those
concerned - as well as the city at large.
Representatives of THE TRIBUNE will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED in this edition and explain Us
nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in this edition will pleuse leave notice ut
the office. (
We want your co-operation by calling
at our store and securing a package f
that world-famous food absolutely free
of charge. Colonial Food stands without
a rival. C.T.MILLER,
Court street and Diamond ave.
I am prepared to receive ft limited num
ber of piano pupils. For terms, etq., ad
dress . - Richard Fj Lindsay,
" . i Mulberry street.
Or at Powell's Music Btore.
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
, tures for. Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
lug Tablets. '
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avonus.
NEWS OF THEJOUTH SIDE
Ninth Anniversary of the Marriage of
Mrs. Maria Mulherin, of Minooha.
BRIDGET LALLY IXS WATCH
Contest Was I'nder the Auspices of the
Twilight Social Cluh, of Taylor-Fn-ginccr
Ulcwitt at Work on the .Map
of the Mlnooka District.
AH the near relatives of Mrs. Maria
Mulherin, of Mlnooka, received an Invi
tation from her yesterday, which was
the ninth anniversary of her marriage,
and a family reunion was held at her
residence. The day was pleasantly
spent and at 6 o'clock a sumptuous
Thanksgiving supper was served.
Those who had the pleasure of Mrs.
Mulherin's hospitality were: Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Cusick, Mr. and Mrs.
Patrick J. Mulherin, Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin P. Judge, Mr. and Mrs. William J.
Burke, Michael G. Cusick, Peter F. Cu
sick, Michael Judge and Peter Judge.
The Successful Contestant.
For some time the friends of Miss
Bridget Lally, of Pittston avenue, have
been canvassing In her Interest as she
was one of the contestants for a gold
wutch offered by the Twilight Social
club, of Taylor. The contest closed last
night and the club 'ran a social at
Weber's rink. When the purses were
counted it was found that Miss Lally
had won by a handsome margli. She
received congratulations on all sides.
The Young Woman's Christian asso
ciation rooms were tastefully arranged
and decorated for the Thanksgiving
services which were yesterday held.
The programme began with prayer, fol
lowed by special music and religious
exercises. At 6 o'clock supper was
served, from 7 to 8 o'clock nnnli. n,i
games, and until 9 o'clock the time was
taken up with an elephunt social. A
merry time wus enjoyed. At the dif
ferent churches services were held, de
voutly attended by the members of the
Charles Scheiher's Promotion.
The many friends of Charles Schelber,
this side, who has for two years been
assistant superintendent of the Carbon
dale district of the Metropolitan Life
Insurance company, with his office at
Carbondale, will be glad to learn thait
on next Monday he will be transferred
and given charge of the South Side end
of the Scranton district. Mr. Schelber
was In the shoe business and since be
coming an Insurance agent his promo
tion has been rapid. He will be given
a reception on his return to his former
home and will be welcomed by his
Preparing the .Maps.
Civil Engineer E. F. Blewltt promises
to have the map of the proposed
Mlnooka distrlot applying for annex
ation to the city ready by Monday night
to present to the committee for in
spection. As soon os the linss are
agreed upon a petition will be cir
culated and presented to the city coun
cils. There are a few prominent citi
zens of Mlnooka opposed to annexation.
Grocer Michael Gibbons leads the oppo
sition, but the lines may be fixed so as
not to Include his property. It Is be
lieved that a majority of the tax
payers, however, are In favor of annex
ation, v .,, , . .
Comet Social club held a social last
night at Worklngmen's hall.
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Cavanagh, of River
street, spent yesterday In Wllkes-Barre.
The South Side Choral union will re
hearse at Phillip's hall Sunday after
noon. D. J. Clearwater, of William Connell
& Co.'s Meadow Brook store, Is visiting
Fred Carr, of Wyoming seminary. Is
at home for the week with his parents
on Elm street.
Mrs. A. Welnschenk and her daugh
ter, Mrs. D. L. Rennlman, are visiting
Miss Mollle Lundy, of Orchard street,
was tendered a surprise party nt her
home Wednesday night. A number of
her young friends had a most enjoyable
The $40,000 School House,
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
still u few more lots left at a low price.
, Office, Theater Lobby.
A new assortment of Stamp
ed Linens open Saturday.
415 Lackawanna Avenue.
"WELL BRED, SOON WED." GIRLS WHO ISE
ARE QIKKIY MARRIED.
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 have a number of new
shapes and . decorations in
dinner and toilet sets that are
handsome for little money.
Onyx Top Tables,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 WYOMING AVENUE.
You buy your
shoes of Schauk
you wear the lat
410 Spruce St.
Is the price of tbe neatest and
, best suit, full suit, iniud you, ot
Underwear you would want to
Of course we have some cheap
er or lower in price and some
Our w inter Gloves are" of every
kind, and you're sure to be suited.
Then our Hat stock is very in
teresting to the ordinary man.
Winter Caps arc in and if you
drive much you waut one.
Drop into either store and look.
412 SPRUCE AND 205 LACK. AVE.
A THREE DOLLAR BILL
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
We want to show you our
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
)) 308 Lackawanna Ave. j ,
I GREAT REVELATION 1:1 PIES, j
Felt Hats, worth 49c, for - 25c
Velvet Hats trimmed with Jet and
Tips, worth $5.00, for - $2.98
Frosted Egrets worth 39c, for 15c
New and desirable goods in Jackets, Plush
and Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, etc., arriving
daily and are sold
Something uice for a Christmas Gift.
some dear friend's hair. Leave
E. M. HETZEL,
A RUN FOR LIFE.
Gnud speed is attained when life is tho prize
nt the chase, and good burmilns result from
tho Btrutfiflo for commercial existence. For
example, we Bra now offering, shoUuns at
1 ricos which a year ago wuuiS htvo been
deemed fabulous. To satisfy yourselves that
this is true, come in and see the goods. A
First-class Double Barrel Shotgun for $10.
Bicycles, Sportsmen's and Gymnasium
Goods, Y. M. O. A. Building,
Zi Wyoming avenue.
Defy .the elements by wear
ing one of bur
They are great storm defi
ers, We have a great
$5 (lb to $25
Men's Genuine Cork. Sole Shoes, sold all over at $3.00. "They
cannot be equalled for winter wear.
im nin mn n nmiA
U I 'I h I III HK h I
UUH U1I I IU 11IU UUIU
PENN CLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE
and Oxford Mixed.
at the Lowest Cash
Chains made out of your own or
orders as early as possible.
230 Lacka. Ave.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now doing a peneral Drug, Paint
And Oil busineHS nt the above location,
during the erection of our btore building
recently destroyed by fire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OUR TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 223.
All orders promptly filled and delivered ta
any purt of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
(A Scholar's Compan-
ion and Book Strap
( Combined FREE.
ion and Book Strap
S. L. GALLEN,