The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 25, 1896, Page 5, Image 5

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florrman & r.looro
120 Wyoming Avo.
Special facilities with artletlc Manipulators
f tb art. warrant your patronage at bom.
The Lackawanna
308 Ptnn Avenue. A. B. WARMAN.
This Space
For Our
Opening Ad.
Of Our
New Store.
tupets, Draperies and Wall Papar.
cm sorts.
Inquirer Yes, women. In Colorado vote
lor premueni.
The Younn Women's Christian assocla.
tlon class in German will meet Jrlday
The Lackawanna hospital has laaued nit
appeal lor poultry, meats, ytgnaui
flower, etc.. for Thanksgiving Day.
The ladles of the African Methodist
p,.i,..,i,nl church will serve a turkey sup
11.T at their church Thanksgiving- even
ing at u u ciuck.
IM,rlal,.n Kn 1 At1ll f)flllr Of HibT'
ntnns, BiihM of ''Erin, conducted a ball In
Music Hull last night. It was aiienueu
several hundred persons.
In the estate of William I. Connor, late
of Scrunton, lettors of administration were
yesterday granted to nis wiuow, auuio c.
Connor, by Iteglster Hopkins.
The choir of St. Paul's church. Green
Ridge, will give a concert tomorrow night
at the church nail, rroressor nuyuu
Evans will play tho piano accompaniment
Charles Llewellyn and Arthur Jones, of
Old Forire. will run a foot race Thanks-
fiuinir Dm nt Went Bide nark. Wilkes
Marre. They will run 1U0 yards for I1W)
a side.
Miss Anna Van Nort, assisted by some
young women from the South Side Young;
Women's Christian association, will lead
the meeting tonight at the Volunteers
armory. All are welcome.
Jnhn Krkv. tho bov who was arrested
for stealing money from the cash drawer
In Louis Feldman's shoe store, on Penn
avenue, was discharged yesterday by Al
derman Howe because or lacK 01 evidence.
In timklnir vour ThnnksRlvinK purchas
es remember the many Hick inmates at
Lackawanna hospital Anything that will
help to make up a dinner ror jnurauny
will be thanksfully received anci acsnowi
The members of the Penn Avenue Bap
tist church are minded to send to tho
church this afternoon or evening contri
butions of fruit, vegetables, groceries.
provisions, edibles of all kinds, to be uis
trlbuted to the poor.
Today Is donation day at the Florence
Crittenden mission. 117 Spruce street.
This Institution Is doing a great and good
work. Th ladv miLnniret-s will be at tho
mission all day to receive any donations of
money, clothing, household goods, etc.
Marriage licenses were yesterday grunt
ed to Andrew Campbell and Mary Cadden,
of Scrnnton; John L. Davis and Margaret
Thomas, of Klkdalei Albert J. Hymer, of
Clark's Summit, and Clara U. Smith, of
Clark's Green; James David Webb and
Jennie Roberts, of Scranton.
Scranton conclave of Heptasophs held
a social session .vionuay evening at wnicn
addresses were made by Archon Yost. J.
Elliot Ross and C. U. Boland. There were
recitations by H. E. Paine and Miss Grae
Wlnchell and instrumental music by the
rnunarmonic string quartette.
A Joint meeting of the banquet and man'
tifacturers' commttteo of the board of
trade will be held Friday morning at 10
o'clock at the ofllce of E. L. Fuller In the
Commonwealth building. Matters con
nected with the opening of the Hoard of
uraue ouuuing win oe consiuerea.
A secret meeting of tho teachers' com
tnlttee of the board of control was held
last night In th oflice of Superintendent
of Schools Howell. The committee dis
cussed the propriety of paying the salary
of Mrs. Lucy llooth, who has been 111 for
some time and only partially able to per
form her duties as supervising teacher of
drawing anu torm study.
The funeral of John C. Kleokler took
lace Monday afternoon from his late res
dence. wti ;mv avenue. Hervtees were
conductod by Uev. Mr. Aldrlch, of the
Grace Reformed Episcopal church. Miss
Elsie Drown. Stephen Smith and W. H.
Huckett sang, and the pall-bearers were:
John MrWIlllums, Martin Reef, George
Schults: William Costlett. John Laderer
and Michael Murphy. Interment was
made in the Dunmore cemetery.
II Don Invltatlonof Mrs. Darin Iho mom
bers of Ezra Griffin Relief post attended
l)avls' theater In a body yesterday after
noon. The ladv Client of Mr. 1 Hi via ni-
cupied orchestra chairs at the right of the
main aisle and nearly filled the entire
section. They greatly enjoyed the fine
performance given by Its Wlllet Thorne
company or vaudeville artists and
seemed to fully appreciate the courtesy
of Mrs. Davis, whose thoughtfulness had
anoruea mem an aiternoon or enjoyment,
The graphophone entertainment which
was given at tne roung women's Chris
tlan association, under the direction of
Mr. Mark L. Smith and Colonel E. H. Rip
ple was a great success. The reproduc
tion vi instrumental music picoio, tronv
bone was almost Perfect. Lincoln's ora,
tlon on Gettysburg was so real that one
oegan to icok ror tne gestures. The se
lections from Sousa's band were worthy
of special notice. The whole selection cf
music, recitations and orations received
ins ciose attention irom tne large audi'
ence that attended.
Tonight at Excelsior hall, on Wyoming
Aruu.r, i. in wwur one oi tne events or tne
season, the Scranton Typographical
unions tenth annual bjill. The printers
on this occasion promise to eclipse all pre
vious enorts. i ne committee this year
consists of the same who have so suc
cessfully managed tho social events of the
k I? , ptt8t "ve years. All ladles
"- win ue presented witn a
handsome souvenir of the occasion. Those
wnu win reueiveine guests are Hon. John
R. Fair. M. E. Bamloi-a a a i . t
?'"i,he,lV John Courier Morris, James
i vi i' -"janon, i'. u. Moran,
Dr. McDowell, dentist, 149 Adama
Nw Plot.
Next to Gentlemen's Driving Park on
the North will be opened and named
Wednesday, Zstn.
Geo. W. Finn.
We five away dinner seats, hand
Bomely decorated, with 8S lbs. of tea:
decorated tea seta with 16 lbs.; printed
toilet aeta witn 13 lbs. Special atten
tlon riven to club orders. Scranton
Tea tort, US Lackawanna avtnue.
The Holiday to Be Generally Cele
brated la Tfcli City.
Some Will t'aite aad Others Wil
Worship Individually and Hear
Apociul Services--Mince, Mills and
Shops Will Close Extended List of
Social and Other Events Tonight
and Tomorrow. Tiav In Srranton will
be observed by all the churches, the
i Ml.. nnA .hnna thriiliehoUt the
mines, iiiui- -hw ... ,
city will be closed and there will be
many events of a social nature at iuf,.
In the central city tne omy
...v,i..h .. in hniil union service will be
the Elm Park and Penn Avenue Bap
tist. TheBe congregations win meei in
.1... Inltur'n hlifoh whfll ReV. Dl'. JO-
aeph K. Dixon will preach the ser
mon, and a special programme ui iiiu..
will bt rendered. The First and bec
nnrt irHlivttrlan congregations will
meet in their own edttlces.
The Thanksgiving sermon in tne r irj
T-i i......ian xhnn-h will be nreached
i.v nr M.T.fod. His topic will be "The
Church and Patriotism." In connec
tion with the service appropriate inu.
as follows has been arranged under the
direction of Reeve Jones:
Anthem, "I Will Give Thanks.'
Hymn - "?.co"
Anthem. -Come le 'HfnVI,e,
Hvmn Van ltVke
Solo M'88 Thomas
National' Anthem '.-8. F. Smith
of music will
be rendered at the Second Presbyter
iun church. It will be under the direc
.i ,.r Dn.fa-anr I M Chance. Cornet-
tlst W. H. Stanton. Jr., will assist. The
uroeramme la as luiiows:
Organ prelude, fantasia In D minor.
Anthem, "Jubilate Deo" Full choir
Selection for men's voices, "Israel s
Soprano sold, "I Will Extol Thee, O
anas 1. 1. ......
Quartette for mixed voices, "Oh, low,
How ManKold Are Thy WorK,,'BBrmly
Organ postliide-.... . Salome
c T 1Tnlaf.nnal phurf.h Holy
Communion will be administered at 7.30
o'clock in the morninn ana mere u
i. - .ciiini mnmini and full choral
service at 10.30 o'clock, when Rev. Rog
ers Israel, the rector, win preacn unu
Holy Communion win oe itouii.
u. viav'm rhn1ral there will be
mass at 6, 7. 8. 9 and 10.30 o'clock. There
will also be masses in oi. - .- .
Univ Rosarv. St. John's and St. Pauls
Catholic churches.
On the West Side tne nmgiiRn spend
ing congregations will unite in service
. . i.u pivmnnth Coneregatlonal
church, where Rev. S. F. Matthews, of
the Scranton Street uapusi. cnunu,
will preach. The West Side Young
T....l..'- hupli annltli'R will hold a
sunrise meeting in the Simpson Meth
odist church at l o ciock. ine iuci
Will be Miss Delia P. Evans.
In the North End the English speak
ing congregations will unite In service
i .1... UHnriiiunn. Pmahvtprlaii church.
The service will begin at 10.30 o'clock.
Rev. George F. 'Price, of the Court
Street Methodist church, will preach
the sermon.
innnHinir f -i riant oiintnm. the Wo
men's Guild of St. Luke's Episcopal
churcn, win provtae a numuei ui um
ners for poor families. Supplies should
I... ...... tho -tnri. room at the cor
ner of Linden street and Wyoming
avenue ana coniriuuuons oi muuey w
ltev. Mr. israei, ine reciui.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western car shops, the Dickson works
and mills and manufacturing estab
lishments generally will be closed dur
ing the dav, as will all the mines of
thu Lackawanna, Delaware and Hud
son, Ontario and Western and other
Of the socials, dances, athletic games,
and other events, announced for to
night and tomorrow night, a nearly
complete list appears in the appended
The Bon-Ton Social club, whose mem
bers are among the younger element
of tho Scranton Turnvereln, will give
a dance tonight in Turner hall on the
West Side.
The Enterprise Dancing class will
give a hoc in Excelsior hall tomor
row night.
At Athletic park tomorrow after
noon the Scranton and Wyoming Sem
inary foot ball elevens will play.
John Boyle O'Reilly council, Young
Men's institute, will give a dance to
night in Selgel's academy.
The golf tournament of the Country
club will begin at 9.30 o'clock on the
club links. The tourney Is open to
ladies and gentlemen and will be a
handicap event, the ladies to play nine
holes and the gentlemen eighteen.
The reception committee of the
Young Men s Christian association will
tomorrow night entertain the city's
young people s church and religious
societies in the association building.
There will be refreshments served and
a programme of music, etc.
The Young Women's Christian as
sociation rooms will open at noon to
morrow. There will be an entertain
ment in the evening, at which gentle
men accompanied by ladles will be wel
come. Tonight In the Hampton Street Meth
odist church there will be a working-
men's Thanksgiving service for those
whose duties will prevent them from
worshiping tomorrow. The pastor,
Rev. F. P. Doty, will preach.
The St. Patrick's Ladies' Irish Cath
olic Benevolent union will give an en
tertainment tonight in Mears' hall.
A ball will be given tomorrow w;ht
in Music hall by Division, No. 177.
clent Order of Hibernians.
The tenth annual ball of Scranton
Typographical union. No. 112, will take
place tonight in Excelsior hall.
"Coon Hollow" will be the Thanks
giving Day attraction at the Academy
of Music, "A Texas Steer" ' at the
Frothingham and a good specialty com
pony will give performances at Davis'
Thanksgiving service will be held at
Trinity Lutheran church, Adams ave
nue and Mulberry street, Thursday at
iu.30 a. m. -The
literary department of the En
worth league of Elm Park church has
arranged for a very pleasant evening.
The exercises will be held on Thanks
giving evening and will be appropriate
to the day. All are Invited and no
admittance Is charged.
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation will be pleased to receive wo
men and children at the association
rooms on Thursday, Nov. 26, at 7.30
p. m. for a social evening. Gentlemen
accompanying ladles will be welcome.
The entertainment will consist of mus
ic: Whistling by Mr. Haber, banjo by
Stanley nans ana vocal solo by Mrs,
Jayne; also games and refreshments.
There will be a turkey supper In the
Rescue mission from 6.J0 to 7.30 o'clock
tonight for converts and their families.
Thanksgiving services will be held
tomorrow at 10.30 o'clock In the Penn
Avenue Baptist church, the Elm Park
Methodist church uniting. Rev. Dr.
Dixon will preach the sermon. J. Al
fred Pennington, organist, and the
choir of Elm Park church will assist in
the musical service. ,
Target shooting and raffling for
chickens; also hot lunch all day long,
on Thursday. Come and have a good
time. Crystal House, Edward Hart
man, Prop., 1021 Prescott ave.
ll. II. Harvard Takea Into Custody
os I.nrknwnnan Avenue.
H. H. Harvard Is the name of a young
man gives who was arrested on Lacka
wanna avenue at noon yesterday by
Patrolman Haggerty on a warrant is
sued by Alderman Millar. The war
rant was sworn out by Job Whitehouse,
of the West Side, and the charge is ob
taining money under false pretenses.
Whitehouse claims that his mother-in-law
Invested In a building and loan
association represented by the ac
cused, and that she was swindled. Af
ter making several payments she found
that the company she thought she was
paying into is not represented in this
city by the agent who called upon her
and that he simply took her money and
put it In his pocket.
When Whitehouse swore out the war
rant he had an arrangement to meet
the agent on Lackawanna avenue and
Special Officer John Tlerney was given
the warrant and was told to follow
Whitehouse up and arrest the agent as
soon as Whitehouse met him and gave
the signal to come forward. The agent
did not fall into the trap set for him.
but Whitehouse met him later on the
avenue and turned him over to Patrol
man Haggerty who was close at hand.
Upon being charged before Alderman
Millar with the crime he plead that he
was only In the employ of another man,
who Is now in Honesdale. He was
committed to the polU-e station for a
further hearing and Ollicer Tlerney
went to Honesdale at 4 o'clock to try
and llnd the man whom Harvard
claims Is the principal.
Grand Officers Entertained by Lacka.
wanna Chapter, Royal Arch Masons,
la Masonic Hall Last
E. S. Bartlett, most excellent grand
high priest; R. M. Johnson, most excel
lent grand king; C. H. Cary, most ex
cellent grand secretary, of the State
chapter of Royal Arch Masons, and 8.
S. Yohe, of Kaston, grand commander
of the Knights Templar of Pennsylva
nia, paid an olHclal visit last night to
Grand Commander of the Knights Ten
T.aidtnwnnnA chaDter. No. 185. Royal
Ari'h Masons, at the Masonic nan in
the Windsor building. The work of the
(-hunter was exemplified by Most r-X
rellent cirand King Johnson, after
which a banquet was served by T. Hunt
llroik. At 11.30 the visiting grand i-
flcers started for their homes In Phila
delphia. Those present last night be
sides the oOlcers above mentioned were:
v 1 1 ... Thnmnfl V. T.Vil.
IUl lw mum 1 1 ' . i ........... ...
don A. H. Shopland, J. H. Gunster, H.
. . i a 11.. ..1. V t
KOHienoauer. u. j. .wi. . fin-nci, .
. - i i tJ..IIr Intin Unrn Tn.
seph ober, C. 8. Seamans, J. James Tuy-
. , i, T v t linlilnann 1
IOr U. kJ. 1 'IT mailt I COIUII ivt'umrwii, w.
A. St-hott, O. 1). Sum.erson, H. t Flynn,
a ir LM.. ll'llllnm 1 Will In ma I1 S
Kinsley, i L. Hrown, B. M. Stroncr, W.
M. Waning, l. r-. urwiuij. n. jj. air,
Jumcs KU!s. I. H. Jumo, M. Schwartz
kopf, K. 8. Kvans. A. K. Kzer, 8. C.
Ilurnnn T.'riinl I 'nrllli'fl. JoSHTlh AntilcY
4- Innnk V U.llfrl
sncKinan rnnpu'r, oi v imfp-niu ic
OoorRe F. Henry, Fred V. Tyrrell, Jnnns
A I tt'll.,w Wnit.I 1 wit rHrlr 1 I i Wf't
iiim ami A. K. Deal, of Apollo ehupter,
m W.T A- . Iir I T UnnK....l n L1iira.
ka chapter, Carbontlale; F, A. Itlssell, of
aruuu, oi nttrniuny cuu ,'u-i , iinuuvi
Mike Wargo, of Marshwood, Sent to
Jail Ily His Housekeeper.
With both eyes blackened the color
of stove polish and her face contused
and swollen Miss Husle Kern came in
to Aldermun Howe's ollice yesterday
afternoon und swore out a warrant for
the arrest of Mike Wargo, of Marsh'
wood, for whom she had been keeping
house since the death of his wife not
long ago. He had four children.
Her story to the alderman was that
Wargo got his puy Saturday and pro
ceeded to drink It. After he had it all
spent he came home Sunday evening
and without any provocation at all
brutally assaulted her until he was
tired. Besides striking her In the face
several times with his fists with all his
might he knocked her on the floor and
kicked her in tne sides and breast tin
til she was almost exhausted.
Alderman Howe sent Constable Cole
of the North End, after him and had
him brought down, und In default of
800 ball committed lilm to the county
jail, wargo is not a stranger in crim
Inal aourt.
The following is a list of display cards
kept in stock at this ofllce and for
sale at ten cents each:
Rooms for rent.
For sale. . , .
This property for sale. ' 1
Furnished rooms.
House for rent.
House to let, etc.
New Plot. -
Opening postponed to Wednesday
25th. Names received up to 6 p. m
Tuesday. Geo. W. Finn.
Ladies Wanted.
Experienced sales ladles wanted at
"The Paris," 400 Lack'a ave.
Choice cut flowers and flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonald's, m4
Leave your Thanksgiving orders to.
day for salads, croquettes and patties
at Huntington s, North Washing'
ton avenue.
124-126 Wyoming Annus,
Will Be Closed All
Day Thursday, No
vembers, Thanks
giving Day.
Whea He Went Back He Found It Had
He Refused to Pay Fare for His Pack
and Conductor B. E. Wending Took
it Out of the Car aad Plactd it on
the Itoud Complaint Entered
Against the Conductor.
I). Kerner. a pack-peddler, of 339
Penn avenue, lost his stock In trade
valued at $u0 in a rather peculiar way
last night.
Kwner. with two packs, containing
Jewelry and fancy articles, got aboard
a Peckville car at 7."0 o'clock last night
intending to go to OlypJhant. 'i he con
ductor, U. E. Welding, compelled him
to pay live cents extra for his bun
dles, one of which he had placed on
the seat beside him and the pther on
the lloor at his feet. When the city
line was reached the conductor again
took up his fare and wanted another
five cents for the packages. Kerner re
fused to pay the second time for the
packages, saying he had no more
money. Thereupon the conductor
picked up the packages and taking
them out the front way deposited them
on the street. Then he went back and
offering Kerner his fare back, told him
to net off. Kerner refused to do eltner
so the conductor gave two bells and
started the car onward.
At Storrs" crossing Kerner got up and
looked out on the front platform, where
he supposed, as he now states, the
conductor hud placed his packages.
Seeing they were not there he rushed
back to the conductor and demanded
to know what he had done with his
bundles. The conductor coolly told
him that they had been deposited on
the road at the city line.
Kerner started on a run back to
city line, only to tind, as he feared,
that his Dacks had disappeared. He
made some inquiries thereabouts, but
could learn nothing of his missing
treasures. He thereupon hastened to
the dispatchers' ofllce and laid com
plaint asainst the conductor and ulso
the foundation oi a damage sun.
He says that among other things tne
nnrknires contained three gentlemen's
gold watches, two muies goiu watcnes.
ii n s lver watches, twenty-one waicn
chains, nineteen lockets, a quantity of
such other valuables as gold rings,
gold-rlmmed spectacles, silver thimbles
and brooches and a quantity of laces
and costly embroideries. All In all he
sava his stock was valued at t00.
Conductor Welding says he could not
do otherwise than put the pnekages off
when Kerner refused to pay for them,
He wanted Kerner to get oft. too, and
offered three different times to give
him back his fare. Kerner. however.
refused either to take back his fare or
pay for the packages, and as there was
no reason for putting Kerner off, the
only thing to be done was to leave him
stay on, if he so chose.
Kerner says the conductor did not in
timate In any way that he Intended to
put the packages off the car and he
supposed that when the conductor took
them out that It was to place them on
the front platform. The conductor did
not tell him that tne packages naa
been placed In the road until he in
quired for them at storr s crossing.
Voting Robert Harrier and Miss
Klvanice Crilliths Married There.
Nearlv three weeks have elapsed
since Mrs. Thomas G. Griffiths, of Tay
lor, Informed the Scranton police that
her daughter, Elvanlce, had etyped with
Robert Harrier, also of Taylor, and now
the whereabouts of the couple Is
learned for the first time. Dispatches
from Phllllpsburg, N. J., say that Mrs.
Griffiths arrived at that place yester
day, and upon going to the house of
Frank Poyer, who formerly lived in
Scranton. the mother found young Har
rier and his wife safe In the arms of
They had been married by Rev. R,
K. Hoyd, pastor of the Main Street
Methodist Episcopal church, at Phil
llpsburg. Barrier told the minister
that he was twenty-one years of age,
and that his bride-elect was eighteen
years of age. Mrs. Griffiths says that
her daushter Is but 10 years or age,
nnd thiit Itnrrlpr In onlv ill vpnrs nld
According to the report Mrs. Griffiths
begged both young people to accom
pany her home, which the husband re
fused to do, and the dispatch ends with
the information that "the mother of
the sill was frantic until she found
her daughter. When she saw the mar
rlnge certificate she was happy and
gave both her blessing, and said their
fathers would do the same if they
would only go back to Taylor, but the
husband feared to face the music and
decided to remain In Phllllpsburg with
his wife."
It was learned that neither Mrs. Orlf
flths or her son-in-law and daughter
had returned to Taylor up to a late
hour last night.
Annual Inspection of Camp 8, Sons
of Veterans, Last Night.
The annual inspection of Camp 8,
Sons of Veterans, was conducted last
night in Griffin Post hall, Lackawan
na avenue, by Past Captain John L.
Salem, of Camp 267, Hazleton. Work
In the third degree was exemplified by
Captain William Wldenor. First Lieu
tenant Harry M. Hoffman, Second Lieu
tenant A. E. Sherman and the other
staff officers. Inspector Salem crltl
clued the work at length and expressed
himself ns highly pleased with the ef
llclency of the camp.
A social session, with speeches and
music, followed the Inspection. An in
vitation was received and accepted to
visit the Union Veterans union at
camp lire to be held Dec. 10.
Heard the Ulnck Pntti nnd Her Com
pnny nt the Frothingham.
"The Dlack Tattl" again delighted a
largo audience at the Frothingham last
night with her superb rendition of
numbers from eome of the best known
operas. The vaudeville olio which Is
made up of varied and startling acts.
is followed by the operatic kaleidoscope
which has made a tremendous success
wherever tho company has appeared.
It Is In this part of the entertain
ment that the company gives evi
dence of Its superiority. Such solo and
ensemble operatic singing ns rendered
by Hlack Patti and her fifty trouba
clours Is rarely heard hereabouts. The
company will close Its engagement at
the Frothingham tonight.
Constable Koehler Was Committed
to Jail Without a Hearing.
Constable Max Koehter was not civ
en a hearing before being committed
to the county jail and he will be
brought before some alderman or Jus
tice of the peace this afternosn, given
a hearing, and will then be formally
committed to the county Jail to await
Attorney George S. Horn told Koehler
when he visited the Jail on the day of
the murder that he should say nothing
aoout tne case to anybody. Mr. Horn
Intended to go to the jail again yester
day to hold a long consultation with the
prisoner, but deferred it until todav.
The little Koehler has said concerning
the case indicates that his plea will be
County Detective Leyshon thought
that he would quite likely be brought
before Justice oft the Peace McCor
mlck. of ISIukely, as It Is handier to
bring him up there than bring the wit
nesses down here.
New One is in Prospect at the Driv
ing Park.
The old wooden bridge which crosses
the Lackawanna river near the Dilv-
ug park has for sometime been in an
unsafe condition, and notices of warn
ing have peen posted at eacn approach
to It. The bridge was inspected yes
terday by Mayor Cailey, Street Com
missioner Kinsley, tleurge U. Smith, of
he Pennsylvania Coal company, and
11. Ii. Reynolds, of the Driving park
land syndicate.
The Pennsylvania Coal company owns
the land at the easterly enu of the
bridge, and the Driving Park company
the land across the river. The rond
eaaing irom tne westerly ena is a pri
vate thoroughfare, as Is the short
stretch of road leading to the boulevard.
The purpose of yesterday's gathering
at the spot was to arrive at some un
derstanding concerning the opening of
public thoroughfare and a new
The result of the conference was an
Informal agreement that the easterly
end of the new bridge should be locat
ed at a point nearly a rod" further
south than at present, and that land
for the two approaches should be given
to the city. The matter will be pre
sented in councils. About J.i.OOO will
be required In the building of an Iron
Under n Fall ofltoof for Six Honrs in
tho Woodward Colliery.
A man named Thomas Emblem, a
miner in the Woodward colliery of the
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
at Kingston, was caught under a fall
of roof at 9 o clock yesterday morning
and It was 3 In the afternoon before he
could be taken out. The weight and
bulk of the rock was so great that
very slow progress was made, and it
was necessarily slow In order not to
disturb the load of rock for fear It
would begin settling and crush his life
Mis Injuries, as It was, are fatal, and
It is a wonder that he was not killed
outright. He was brought to the Moses
Taylor hospital and his death was said
by the doctors at midnight to be but a
short time off. He Is about 55 years old
and married. His back was broken.
(iiven for the Ucnclit of 8t. Luke's
Free Kindergarten.
The Girls' Friendly society of St.
Luke's church gave a birthday party
lust night at the home of Edward
Sunston, 701 Jeffcj'son avenue. The
proceeds will be devoted to the church'i
free kindergarten on Cedar avenue,
Tho affair was arranged by Miss Snnc
ton, tho hostess; Mrs. F. II. Jermyn
and Mrs. ,S. T. Huyes, the entertnin
ment committee, und Miss Harden-
burg and Miss Richmond, the music
The Twentieth Ward Councilman
was Penitent and Wan't Fined.
When Councilmnn McGroil. who was
arrested on Wyoming avenue the night
before for drunkenness and abusing
the police force in general and Patrol
man Lona Day In particular, was led
before Mayor Hailey for a hearing in
police court yesterday morning, he was
very much nshutned of his conduct.
The mayor reprimanded him and let
him otl without a line.
Tailor made fall suits and ovorrnnta
latest styles, John ' Ross, 307 Spruce
250 XX White Envelopes for 17c. at 3c.
Store, 51'3 Lack'a. ave.
Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. F. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyoming ave.
Ice cream and water Ices at Hunt
ington's. Leave your orders before
Thursday for Thanksgiving, 308 North
i usuiiiti'ioii avenue.
A dainty line of Children1! Coats at
use utiuy cttKuur, ou opruce street.
Blacks New Clonk Department.
New Cloaki This Week.
A very fortunate purchase made that
will bring out a host nf npioi i.
The quantities are limited. The prices
w ''e... Amu myie ure selected,
Every Day This Week.
Our $15,00 Ladies' Kersey Jack
ets will be
Our Jlti.uO Persian Silk-LlneJ
Jackets will bo
Our I14.S0 Sacks. Plush Cape.
Fur Tails will be '
Our $10.00 Rough Boucle Jack
ets, will be
our .Misses' Jackets, 14, 16 f Aft
and 18, will be D.UU
Our $7.50 Ladles' Beaver Jackets C fn
will be O.UU
Our $18.00 Old Ladles' Astrachan 10 Cf)
Capes will be IZ.0U
33 1-3 off Several novelty jackets 33 1-3 off
W.R. Black's New Cloafc Djpartment
13a Wyoming Avenue. A. R. Sawyer's.
Store Open This Evening.
Inolod!o& th painless extracting of
, teeth by as entirely new prooeu
&. C SNYDER, D. D. S.,
Ml fatamStw Opp. Hotel Jermyn.
Carpet s,Lace Curtains
And Window Shades.
IS com
Watchss. Jawalry,
Sterling Silver Novelties.
423.Lackawanna Avenua,
Large Stock
of the
Bottom Prices
You Ought to Know
That It will fay you to buy
Musical Instruments at
That the stock of goods.
7. both quality and price, of
cannot be equalled elsewhere in
the city.
That everv one Is Invited to
examine our stock before
L. B. Powell & Co.,
126-230 Wyoming Avenue.
Fancy Jardineres.
Fancy Flower Holders.
Fancy Gandelabras.
Fancy Fern Dishes.
Fancy Bisque Figures.
Fancy Clocks and Punch Bowls,
Odd and Unique Speci
mens for buffet and side
board decorations.
Mears Bldg, Cor. Wash, and Spruce St.
A Good Wife
is she who tries to make
her hnsband's income travel as
far as possible. But saving money
doesn't mean buying "cheap"
things it moans buying value,
quality, buying the most for the
money. We guarantee to give
you nothing but satisfaction, pure
and simple. Come and see.
Ill 11
Will offer for this com
' ing week
Furs at
Half Price.
Sale of Fine Furs Capes, handsome4
ly lined with heavy satin
20x90, Value $13.00, $6.98
24x120, Value $20.00, $9.98
Uluck Marten Collarettes,
Value S1U.50, $7.98
Electric Seal Collarettes,
Value $15.00, tt.9S
Chinchilla Collarettes, Value
14.00, ... $0.49
Alaska Sable
Stone Marten..
Mink .....................
$ 9.00
- 12.00
All of the above will be found
greatly below prevailing
Have your Furs repaired by the
only practical Furrier In the city.
Send Postal and our messenger
will call for goods.
138 Wyoming irenue.
Were never so cheap as we will
Dlack Prince of Wales' Plumes,
15 cents,
Quills, all colors, 1 cent.
Coquc Feathers, all colors, 5c
Black Birds, regular price 75c.f
for 25c.
Ladies' Trimmed Sailors, 9o.
and 75c.
Children's Trimmed Hats. 98c,
$1.25, $1.49
Ladies' Trimmed Hats, $1.25,
$1.49. $1.75.
Ostrich Boas, yard long, regular
price $8.01); our price $5,
Children's Tarn O'Shanters, 10s,
15c, 25c, 49c.
II. LANGFELD, Successor,
324 Lackawanna Avenua.
Iudispensible for the toilet
table. Your satisfaction our
nun m pre
231 Penn Ave. Opp. Baptist Church,
Middle ol the Block.
ilderman 8iii Ward, Scranton
OFFICE HOTTRS from 7.30 a. in. to I PL
m. (1 hour intermlMloB tor dinner an4
Particular Attention Given to Collection
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed. Vonr biut.
Mu U Respectfully Solicited. Telephone ij.