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THE SCB ANTON TBIBUNE
WEDNESDAY MOKNTXU. NOVEMBER 2.1. 1S90.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Primary Pupils of Na. 14 S:lm! Wil
Give an Entertainment Today la
the School Building.
There will be but one session nt No.
14 school toiluy, and In the afternoon
an entertainment will be Klvon to the
parents and friends of the i-hildren In
the primary grades with the littles ones
themselves as the entertainers, lrm
clpal James Hughes has arraim-ed that
there will In the future be three en
tertainments in his sehool every term,
at "Thanksslvlns." hy the primary
Brades; "Christmus." by the Interme
diates, and In June by the grammar
grades. The entertainment this after
noon v.ill commence at 2 o'clock.
TKAISE SKUVICKS IX ClU'RCHKr'..
At the Hampton Street Methodist
Episcopal church this evening the pas
tor. Hev. F. I. Doty, will conduct spec
ial ThanksRlvlnR services for the par
ticular accommodation of the work
inttmen who will not be at liberty to
attend the regular services on Thanks
glvinff day. The meeting will begin
at 7.K0 o'clock. Good inusdc hy the
choir. A cordinl Invitation is extend
ed to all. The First Welsh Congrega
tional church, ltev. D. Jones, pastor,
will hedd three services on Thanksgiv
ing day, nt 10 a. m., 2 p. m., and at
7 p. ni. Sunrise services will be held
nt the Simoson Methodist Kplscopal
church on Thanksgiving ilny by the
Young I'eo'.le's societies of the West
Side. Miss Delia 1'. Kvans will he lead
er. The main union service will be
conducted at 1U0 o'clock nt the 1'ly
niouth Congregational church on Jack
Bon street. K-v. S. F. Matthews, pas
tor of the S'cranton Street liiiptlst
church, will preach the nnnurl sermon.
There will be special singing. At this
service every F.ngllsh speaking church
on this side will be represented by Its
The funeral of the late John Davis,
cf Corbett avenue, took place yesterday
afternoon and was attended by a large
concourse of friends of the departed.
Itev. David Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Congregational church, conduct
ed the services at the house. The pall
bearers were: John 1'. Thomas. John
It. Joneq, John H. A'llllams, V. tl.
Jones. Thomas Push, and John Phil
lips. Interment was made in Wash
burn street cemetery.
At 2.:i0 o'clock services over the re
mains of the lute Mrs. Penjaniin K.
Meredith-Evans, were held at the late
home on Jackson street. Hev. W. S.
Jones conducted the obsequies. Mr.
Jones spoke eloquently of the christian
womanhood of the deceased and men
tioned her kind and friendly disposi
tion. The floral testimonials were pro
fuse. Interment was made In Wash
burn street cemetery. The pallbearers
Mere: Evan P. Davis, Edward K.
Thomas. James Evans, and John S.
Williams. A number of out of town
people were present at the funeral.
Tonight Is the eve of the day of
thanks. (In this side this evening a
prominent affair will he the annual en
tertainment of St. Patrick's Ladles'
Irish Catholic Benevolent union in
Meats' hull. The programme is as fol
One Act Farce Comedy.
Mi". (Ireen, a widow ludv,
Mis Lizzie Thust
Sernphmn, her daughter, a faMilomt-
ble young lady Miss Mary Scott
Betsy, Mrs. Green's neice, the tnnld
of nil work ...Miss Kuihryn Gallagher
Augustus,. Aim. Green's son, a lisping
., dumly John K. Durkln
Alpnoijso Canteomltogllo, a foreign
dancing muster Thomas Hurst
One Act Farec Comedy.
Mrs. Hamilton, a rich widow,
Miss Kllen Cavanaush
Arabella. Ellen, her daughters.
Miss Margaret Cony, .Miss l.ottle Hvan
Katie, the laily's inald.Miss Susie Harrett
Count Lorenzo DeVuurien, alias John
Drown Austin Duffy
Charles Harper, Mrs. Hamilton's.
nephew Daniel ltrgnn
Dennis, the Irishman as does the
waiting p. J. McCoy
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
T. Jones last evening the merry Ep
Wnrth league of the Simpson Metho
dist F.plscopnl church held one of their
delightful socials. It was a "bonnet"
affair Inst night, each young mnn try
ing his hand at trimming the bonnet
Fhapes, which the ladles brought along.
"William Wright, the Lackawanna ave
nue jeweler, won the first prize, n
handsome hat pin. Mr. Wright buikled
.the finery on his hat shape belter than
any of the others. Albert Hartman
was content with receiving a jack-in-a-box.
He made an awful mess in his
EW MEN COME
WITHOUT MYING. The man who comes
to look U as welcome as the man who comes
to buy. lie is not importuned. That is not
The "lookers' " gooil Judgment makes him a
boyer. Our greatest problem is to make men ac
quainted with the kind of merchandise we sell. If
we can get them to examine the clothes the rest is
easy. Our advertisements are merely invitations to
We've dark Suits for those who -ke
sober colors, Blue and Black and Dairk
Brown Mixtures. We've some rather
startling Checks and Tlaids,
qtiare Dealing; Clotta,
of " lh? . Suburbs.
attempt. An entertainment was car
ried on during the evening. Among
the participants were: Miss Mattie
Hutchinson, Mrs. George T. Jones,
Mis. W. N. Chase. W. H. Stanton, and
Will Allen. Refreshments, such ns ice
cream and cake, were furnished during
the evening. The attendance was
WHILE THE LAND GIVES THANKS.
Elizabeth Lewis, the 19-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David D.
Lewis, of 41ti Edwards' court, died last
evening nt the parential home after a
year's sufferinsr. The death of this
young giii just blossoming into wo
manhood, is very sad. She was loved
by hosts of friends and as a Christian
her work as nn associate in the ac
tivities of the Welsh Calvlnlstic Meth
odist church will best be her testimon
ial. The funeral will be on Thanksgiv
ing Dav nt 2.H0 o'clock from the resi
dence and afterward at the church.
Interment will be made Iti Washburn
IN HONOR OF VISITORS.
Mlr.s Jennie Moran and Miss Florence
Reed, of Haxlcton, who are guest at
the home of Mr. und Mrs. William
Madden, of South Hromley avenue,
were tendered a comidimentarv party
last evening by their host. Progres
sive euchre occupied most of the eve
ning, und a very enjoyable time was
silent. Fruit and confectionery were
served. The young people present were
Misses Cooler, Hevan, Misses Arts,
Pool, Davies und Messrs. E. R. Gal
len, F. .Mansfield, H. Decker, W. Uet
terly, Latimer Reese and George Reese.
PRESENTED WITH A BIRLK.
At the close of the singing rehearsal
last evening at the Sumner Avenue
Presbyterian church Miss Johnson, a
teacher In the Sunday school, was pre
sented with a nicely bound Bible as a
token of the respect of the members.
The gift was a pleasant testimonial,
and is greatly appreciated by Miss
NOTES OF INTEREST.
Frederick R. Jones, of Juekson street,
has returned from u visit ut Atlantic
An intercstlnir lecture will be de
livered ut the Scranton Street Bap
tist church Thanksgiving evening by
Aaron Vincent Bower, subject, "Pom
pell and the Historical Romance of
the Centuries that of the Buried City
of Italy." The views are shown by a
Steven Probert, father of William
Prubert. of Kim street, died yesterday
at Stetiton at the advanced age of 72
years. The body will be brought to
Scranton today and the Interment will
be niiuL nt o'clock at Forest Hill
cemetery fiom the home of Mr. Pro
bert. The deceased wus a kind father
and n generous, big-hearted mun.
J. T. Jones, of Shenandoah, attend
ed the funeral of the late Mrs. Binja
mln iCvnns yesterday afternoon.
Miss Jessie Jones, young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Jones, of Price
street, wus tendered a party last Fri
day afternoon by the following young
friends: Miriam Ferher, Marv Phil
lips, Edna Lang, Viola i.oderlck,
Gladys Joiicft, Vannle Powell, Sadie
Jones, Mamie Doran, Battle Davis,
.Maud Thomas, Dolly Thomas, Arthur
Long. Harry Williams, Fred Derby,
Gordon Williams, Louis Hopp, Ernest
Griffiths, William Harris and Sammie
St. Brenden council's literary circle
held an Interesting meeting last even
ing. Choice cut flowers and flower de
signs ut Palmer & McDonald's. 544
Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears
Hall, 113 S. Main avenue.
West Side Itusincss Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
104 South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture,
Btovex, Tools, etc. Call and ses thj
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
MORGAN'S PHARMACY-101 NORTH
avenue Warranted pure drugs and
chemicals. Prescriptions carefully pre
pared. Fine stationery and blank books.
A large stock suitable for Christmas
presents. Teachers' Hlblcs cheaper than
ever. Cull and examine them. Wood
stains, paints, window glats, etc. Clerk
at store all hours of night.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
IIEKE AND (JO AWAY
$8 TO $20.
Hfc and Furnish;.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Twelfth Ward Excited on Account of a
Mao la Old No. 4 Drift Choir
Organized by Prof. Schmidt.
A rumor from the upper part of the
Twelfth ward is to the effect that a
man Is making his home in old No. 4
slope, the mouth of which Is on the
bunks of the Roaring Hrouk, where it
is Intersected by Irving avenue. More
than one declare they saw the fellow
and thej describe him as an ogrelsh
looklng chap with a big bag ready to.
snap you up if he gets the least chance.
Some said it wus Van Horn, the mur
derer. As a matter of fact, No. 4 drift has
been for years a rendezvous tor tramps.
The man seen around the mouth of the
drift Is evidently only some harmless
Weary Willie, but the hag that seems
to be In evidence might be an expla
nation of the many chicken stealing
raids that have been made within the
past month in the Twelfth and Nine
CHOIR OP MIXED VOICES.
Professor Gustav Sehmltt, musical
director of the Scranton Saengerrunde,
has orgunlaed a choir of mixed voices
as an adjunct to the Saengerrunde,
which consists exclusively of mule
voices. The members are as follows:
Sopranos, Misses Lizzie Hiltz, Emma
P.eppert,-Minnie Demuth, Wanda West
pfahl, Lena Robinson and Mrs. Fred.
Klrchoff; alto. Miss Yetta Art. Mrs.
Jacob Trerter and Mrs.Chrlstlan Scheu-
er; tenors, Fred W. Herman. Juston
Reppert, Alfred Outhelnz, RarthoM
Schatt, Oeorse Hausroth and Charles
J. Pell; bassos, Theodore Lewert, John
Stoeber, Charles Lewert, William
Hauschinan, Otto Robinson and Will
Y. W. C. A. NOTES.
Thanksgiving day our rooms nt 1021
Cedar avenue, will be open from 4 l.
in. until D p. m. to all young women.
There will be some kind of entertain
ment every hour, consisting of vocal
and instrumental music and some rec
itations. Refreshments will be served.
Do not fail to come and enjoy with us
The I, W. T. club will meet Friday
night. A very Interesting and unique
programme has been planned.
On Friday evenlnjr, Dec. 4, Miss Cur
alyne V. Dorsey, teacher of elocution
and oratory, with her pupils, Is to give
mi entertainment In our rooms. Do not
fall to buy a ticket, as Miss Dorsey is
sure to t'lve us u delightful evening.
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
Hartley Fox, of the Hlack Hills,
South Dakota, is visiting relatives on
Andrew Kleckler, of Stroudsburg,
spent yesterday with his brother,
Ueorge M. Kleckler, of Hlrch street.
The meeting of the Scranton Suen
gerrunde this week will be on Friday
evening, instead of Thursday evening.
Choice cut Mowers and itower de
signs at Palmer & McDonuld's, 544
At the Methodist Episcopal church to
morrow night an entertainment will be
held under the auspices of the Sunday
school, at which the following pro
gramme will be rendered: Piano solo.
Miss Amy Decker; tableau, "The Only
One That Is Not Thankful;" vocal solo,
"Waiting for Me." William Edwards;
recitation, "Biddy's Trials Among the
Yankees," Miss Carolyne V. Dorsey;
violin solo, Arthur Teal: Delsarte poses,
Leone Farnham; contralto solo. Miss
Mury Dnvls; trombone solo; tableau.
"At Our School;" vocal duet, Misses
Elsie ami Grace Powell; quartette,
"Annie Laurie," Messrs. Edwards,
Smith, Thomas and Evans; recitation,
"Tobe's Monument," Miss Dorsiy;
pantomime, "Splendor Falls on Castle
Wells," Miss Hazei Hopewell; piano
duet, Alisses Powell.
At the Primitive Methodist church,
on East Market street, an A No. 1 hot
turkey supper will be served by the
Ladles Aid commencing nt 5 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. It will bo the open
ing of the annual fair. Useful and
fancy articles will be for sale.
Miss Hello Green, of West Market
street, spent thp past week with friends
In New York city.
Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Urown, of Col
cehstT. Conn., and their niece, MiH3
Mabel Drown, of Wllllmantic, have re
turned to their homes after a two
weeks' visit at the homo of J. H. Moore,
of Parker street.
John Lee, of Brooklyn, Pa., has re
turned home after a short visit with
friends In thl3 section.
Mrs. R. E. Westlake, of West Mar
ket street, has gone to Elmhurst to at
tend the wedding of her cousin, Miss
Mrs. C. E. Gnrdner has returned from
a visit to her brother In Towanda.
Harry Danvcrs, of Fenner & Chap
pel's store, Is ill at his home on Wayne
Miss Lena, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Webster, of Wayne ave
nue, Is somewhat Improved.
A turkey supper will be held In the
North Main Avenue Baptist church to
The South SIcU and North End Bas
ket Ball teams will play tomorrow
night In Company H armory. These
teams played a time game a short, time
ago, and a good game is expected.
The third anniversary and social of
the Dunmore concluve, Improved Order
of Htptasophs. will be held thi3 even
ing in Odd Fellows' hall. The com
mittee In charge of arrangements In
tend to make this excel all previous
John MeDonnelly, of Duck street,
who -.as severely hurt In the Nay Aug
mine a few days ago, Is Improving very
George Dlngham, of Throon Ktreet,
is suffering from a badly fractured leg,
the result of an accident which ho sus
tained n few days ago.
Th? officers of the Holy Name socie
ty who were elected ut the last meet
ing to serve for the ensuing year were:
President, E. Carroll; vice-president,
P. J. Ward; secretary, William Crane;
treasurer, Dr. J. R. Murphy; spiritual
director, Rev. M. li. Donlan.
Mrs. J. Wright, of Hern Ire. Is the
guest of her father, J. J. Healey, of
Charles Jay, of Webster avenue, has
returned from Blnghamton, where he
attended the funeral of his brother,
the late Colonel William S. Jay.
Mis. C. H. Hayes is confined to her
home with a sprained ankle.
John lirown, of Webster avenue, has
resumed his occupation after a few
The public schools In the borough will
close this evening nnd will not re-open
until Monday morning.
Frank Blicltens, of Chestnut street,
has returned from Philadelphia, where
he passed an examination in the Tay
lor Embalming school very successful
ly. He brings with him a handsome di
ploma. The funeral of Clark G the oldest son
of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Smith, of Cherry
street, took place yesterday morning.
The remains were taken to Montdnle,
where interment was made. The de
ceased was 19 years of age. He was
visiting friends In New Jersey, when
he contracted a severe cold which de
veloped Into typhoid fever, from which
he died after eleven weeks' illness.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Quinn, of Harper street, a son.
Thanksgiving Day will ba generally
observed here tomorrow. Entertain
ments, socials and suppers will be nu
merous. A Thanksgiving dinner and
supper will be served in the following
places: Presbyterian, SL Mark's and
Methodist Episcopal churches.
Bids are being advertised for the con
struction of a stone culvert on Electrie
avenue according to the plans ana
specilications on file with the borough
John Corcoran, of Pittston. Is the
guest of relatives on Bunker Hill.
Miss Eupheinia McMillan, of North
lilukely street, and William Sykes will
be married this evening at the home
of the bride's parents.
The runerul of Nellie Walsh took
place yesterday afternoon from the
home of her parents, on Walnut street,
and was largely attended. Interment
was made In the Catholic cemetery.
Motto Scranko appeared before
'Squire Cooney yesterday and had n
warrant issued for tho arrest of ills
brother, Michael, charging him with
assault and battery. John Yukas
qualified as bondsman in the sum of
The "Social Seven" tendered George
Nye, one of Its members, a very pleas
ant surprise party nt his home on South
Blakely street last evening. The
guests were attired in long, white flow
ing robes, with hoods ami masks, re
sembling in walrd fantastic manmr a
body of ancient monks, making it an
Impossibility to distinguish one an
other. Much fun wns cnused at un
masking. Dancing and other amuse
ments incident to such an occasion were
indulged in until a late hour. Those
present were Mrs. M. S. Knight, Mrs.
W. D. Decker, Mrs. Charles Farrer. the
Misses Inez Irey, Mabel Christ, Grace
Clmmberhiin, Kate and Anna P.ryden,
Muiie Bronson, Florence Fowler, Ly
dla Farrer, Annie Bishop, Augusta
Plnkney, Lilly Wurdell and Edward
Bobbins. Lawrence Fowler, Albert Hol
lander. L. M. Smith, N. T. Houser,
Frank Mace, William Bryden and Will
lam Parry. The music for the evening
was furnished by Miss Augusta Plnk
ney. Refreshments were servtd at
For the past few months the people
of Mlnooka have been anxiously wait
ing for tile auspicious opening of tho
new Father Mathew hall, which occurs
this evening at 7.30 o'clock. At 6.::0 a
parade composed of the members of the
Young Men's Institute, Division No. 9,
Ancient Order of Hibernians and the
St. Joseph's society, headed by the Ml
nooka Cornet band, will parade the
principal streets. A grand musical en
tertalnmtnt will be held nt the hall, in
which some of the best latent In the
county will take part.
VAULTS WOULDN'T OPEN.
Third National Hank's Clock in Und
The Third National bank, with all
Its big surplus, had to begin business
yesterday morning on borrowed capital.
The time clock, which, each morning
makes it possible to open the vault
ut about 8 o'clock, refused to perform
its work and the otllciuls were obliged
to borrow money from other banks In
order to begin business.
During the dav the clocks on tho
bis doors of the vault were tried but
to no purpose. The gold, silver and
bonds remained Inside ns far from the
reach of the attaches of the bank as
Last evening, about twelve hours af
ter the regular time, the heavy doors
ceased to be obstinate, and were easily
opened. It was found that the clock
Inside the vault had missed the neces
sary 24-hour click. Meanwhile a Fafe
expert had been called by telegraph
from New York city, and he will see
to it this morning that the mechanism
Is in proper working order.
ENTERTAINMENT IN FINLEY'S HALL.
Held I'ndcr Auspices or Ladies or
Miiloh Uaptirt Church.
A very interesting entertainment wns
given In Flnlev's hall last night by
the Ladles' Auxiliary of the Shiloh Bap
tist church, of which Rev. E. T. Ir
win is pustor. The officers of the so
ciety are Mrs. J. O. Sweet, president,
and Mrs. Morton, secretary. During
the course of the evening's entertain
ment Btereo;itlcon views were shown
Pcrformacc Thursday, Nov. 26
.tiatlnee at J. 30 p. m. Evening at 8 p. m.
Return of tho Great Now York tfneecs,
beautiful lovo atury of tho South,
A BOJIAXCE OF C00X HOLLOW.
As The Ol 1 Honv'stnad is to the North. r Is
COOS HOLLOW to tile South. Magnificent
Hconery, Unique l.leetrieid Effects, Two
(juurtottes. 'j lio cotton press tragedy. The
tnrilling burglary scone. Tho hixtoriral
steamboat rne... A complete sceiiio pro-da-tion.
PklCKS- Uallery, 15c; Balcony, (2
rows) 3c: llalance, 25c; Orchestra Circle,
50c; Orchestra 751:; Purler Chairs, $1.00.
ACADKMY OF MUSIC,
x FRIDAY, NOVEMBER .
Sir. D. A. Bontha's Company in Kir C'liarlei
Young's Famous Sensational Drama,
Jim, the Penman
By nrrangemont with A. M. Palmer
FRANK C. BANGS AS RALSTON
MAS IE EDITH RICE AS NINA
An Exceptionally Strom Cast of
PRICES - Oallcry, 15c; Balcony, a rows, sc:
Balance 3jc: Orchestra Circle, 50c; Parlor
Chairs an J Orchestra, 75C
AC ADEN Y OF MUSIC,
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 38.
Saturday Matinee and Night
Chas K. Bl-inley's Big Farce-Comedy Snccaas,
A Baggage Check
Headed by iraicin on J Evans, Lizzie
Moire.-, Louis Martinetti, Eckertand
Keck, and other well known
artists. New Songs. NewDanccs.
New Specialties. Brighter
Better Than Ever.
PRICES-Gallerv 15c: Balcony S rows. Sic;
Balance Orrln-stra fircl" B0r; Orclinstra
and Parlor Chairs Toe, Matinee 'io und Uoc.
(ommancing Monday, Nov. 23.
A Week of Glorious
No pnlrs or expense will be spared to
nuike this one of tho very beat chows of
tho season. Some of the Lending Artists
In the jsjofession will appear, and you
may expect Hcmethlnir unusually good. A
number of surprises ure In store.
Geo. K. Davis.
Atl mission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Door open at
tto and 1. Curtain rises at 139 and 1U
hy James G. Sweet and the follow ins
programme was rendered:
Song. "Nearer My God to Thee," by
the society; recitation, "Bogie Story,"
Miss Irwin; song, "How is the Latest?"
Miss Mary Gregory; song, "I Love to
Please the Men." Miss Mary Sumville;
recitation, "l'de Ditte," Ethel Foster;
recitation. "I W ant a Piece of Calico,"
Miss Goldie Emory; tableaux, "At the
Cross," Misses Goldle Emory, Mary
Gregory, Mailt Nelson, Hattie Nelson,
Jennie Smith: recitation. "Here nnd
Yonder," Miss Annie Howard; duett,
"Jessie James," Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Wilson: recitation, "First Day of
School," Miss Jennie Smith; recita
tion, "Bald Headed Man," Miss llxttie
Nelson; song, " Roseberg," Miss Ethel
Irwin: recitation, "Clouds," Master
Joseph Stevenson Sweet: dialogue,
"House Keeping." Mr. anil Mrs. Wil
son. Miss Morton, Mr. Bird; song,
James A. Wilson; recitation, "I May
Be Down," Hattie Nelson; duett. "I
Luy Me Down to Sleep." Miss Nelson:
song, "Cood Bye," Muster Philip Irwin.
Miss Louise Dale nnd Robert I.nndon
I nited in Murringe Yesterday.
Miss Louise Dale, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas II. Dale, nnd Rob
ert London, son of ex-State Senator
and Mrs. George W. Lundon. of Her
rlckville, Bradford county, were yes
terday united in marriage by Rev. Dr.
C. M. Glflln, of the Kim Park church.
The ceremony took place at high noon
at the home of the bride's parents nnd
was attended only by relatives and im
mediate friends. There were no at
tendants save two pages. Master.!
Mut hew and Everett Dale, nnd Miss
Susie Howland, who acted us flower
girl. Bauer's orchestra furnished mu
sic during the ceremony and the break
fast which followed.
Among the out-of-town guests were:
Hon. and Mrs. George W. l-nmlon and
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Landon, of Her
rlckvllle: Mr. and Mrs. Rlnehnrt, of
Black Walnut; Mr. and Mrs. Loffut
and Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, of Cnmp
town; Miss Buck, of Boston; Miss
Ingham, of Mehoopnny; Miss South
well, of Equiniuiik; .Mrs. Dale and
Miss Dale, of Dakvllle; Professor
Howland and the Misses Howland, of
Kingston; Mr. nnd Mrs. Vaughn, of
The newly married couple left during
the afternoon for a southern tour and
upon their return will bo nt homo at
Avoca, where Mr. Landon Is superin
tendent of the LanBclll'fe colliery.
Held a Urii'T Session nnd Considered
Only Routine Uusiness.
The resular meeting of the board of
associated charities was held last night.
J. it. Cohen, vice president, presided,
and the following other members were
present: W. T. Smith. V. Gnylord
Thomas, Philip Kirst, Thomas Moore,
T. J. Kelly anil John Gibbons.
The report of the board's agent show
ed that thirty cases had been Inves
tigated since the last report, 22 found
worthy and assisted, 8 not in need. 6
furnished work, 2 given permanent em
ployment, 4 sent to charitable Institu
tions, 3 referred to institutions. 3 sent
to the Lnckawunna hospital. 2 given
lodging and meals, 2 referred to the
district attorney. There were 6 chil
dren found begging and warnings giv
en them or their parents.
The session was brief und only rout
ine business was transuded.
M. J. Carey, of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna nnd Western coal ollicc will spend
ThiinkHKiving with his parents, at liiug
hiinuoii. Engineer W. D. Roberts, of the Blooms,
hiiig division. Is the possessor of a new
3-cavlty chime whistle which Is frequently
blown to attract attention, cspeuiully ut
FOOT BALL NOTES.
The Juvenile Foot ll.ill tenm of the
South Side, challenge the Dunmore High
School tenm to a game on the Stillwater
grounds Thanksgiving Dny, Nov. 2ti, ut
2.30 shiirp. Take lirllevue car to end of
lin. Answer In tomorrow's Tribune,
Juiurs Lavelle, manager; James Brown,
Wagner HcK l.csscosand Manager.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
GRAND HOLIDAY ATTRACTION.
Thursday, Nov. 36th. THA.NXSOIVINQ.
Matinee and Night.
A POLITICAL SATIRE,
A TEXAS STEER
Original c-uipuny frt.m Hovt's Theatre,
Now Vork ' ity. il.ar Jlavericlc Brandxr'H
idea of a politicians life nt Washington. D. V.
Matinee Prices. 35, 35, go and 75 cents.
Evening Prices, 35, go, 73 and $1.00.
tiAie ut swats opjas fucs uy, -Sov. 21 at 9 a. in.
Wagner A litis. Managers.
John . Kerr, Acting Manager.
Benefit West Side Wheelmen. Two Nights
and Saturday Mutin;e, Krldoy und Sat
urday, Nov. 37 und iH. Massive
Production of "The Drama
of Thrills, the
FATAL 0 CARD
Presented with tho unrno Powerful Cast,
ami with Now nn I Manivo Scenery. A
Perfect Production of tho Best Mel
ndranik of tho Modern Utago.
Regular Prices. Halo of Seats Commences
Wednesday, Nov. 3th. at 9 a. m.
DR. C. W. GREEN,
Electrical Treatment a Specialty. Offices,
607, 6nH and 639 Mears Budding,
. SCRANTON, PA.
Tho most complete equipment of Electrical
machines and appliances for medical uso to I o
found in it pnysican's ( Deo outside of New
York, Medical nnd electrical treatment for
all cases amenablj to either or both.
C. W. GREEN, M. D
COT. COSan l UM Mears Building; Seranton.
Louis II a.m. t i 12. 1 p.m.toj; 7. Itoto!)
MIC PQWOER CO,,
R00F1S I t!)D 2, COIK'LTH B'L'D'G,
MING ADD BUSTING
HADE AT MOOSIC AND TtUSH
LAPLIN RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Electric Exploders, for ox
plodiug blasts, Hafoty Fuse, and
Rtpauao Chemical Co.'s explosives,
To announce that we have in
augurated the largest sale of
Fine Overcoats for men's,
boys' and children's wear
ever shown in this city at
prices lower than ever offered.
Call and judge for your
II UIjUIMIIIU IIUUVIii
325 ucKAwiim m
Gas and Electric Fixtures,
The Welsbach Light
At Reduced Prices.
in i ma a,
Th3 Leading Dentist, Eight Ysars' Experience Now Located at
409 Spruce Street.
Alade and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch 1, 1896.
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tha
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and is recognized as the best flour in the
HViZ YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH TH-
Nav3.slip Toe Calks.
ITTENBEHDER I CO.
And a full line of iron and
steel Blacksmiths' and Wag-
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-OAn RE, PA Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AKD PUMNNG MACHINERY.
Oeaeral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
2it Gomstlirssneo'lts reliable,
tne porestdrogt should be used. 11 you want ths best, gel
Dr. PeaS's Pennyroyal Pills
Thar are prompt, isle ted certain In resslt. The eennloe (Dr. Pasl's) nevsr dlstfa
ooiut. SeatsnwtieTe.tl.VO. Addlssj tfiAi 2USICMS Co., Uerelind, 0,
For sale) by JOHN H.PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
HUNG. BUSTING MO SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen MUlf,
Luzerno county, Pu., and at WU
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent (or the Wyoming District.
US WVOMINO AVENUE, Scraatoa, Pa
Third National Bank Building;
TIIOS. FORD. Pittston. Pa.
JOHN B..SM1TH A SOX, I'lyjnouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIOAN. Wllkes-Barre. Pa.
A cent 3 for the Ri-pauno Chemical Goon
ally's Uitfh explosives.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN TRIP
KOkTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The huporbly Appointed and Commodious
NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND,
Aincricuu through and through,
leave BulTalo TiiPftdav" and Fridays 0.30 p.m.
for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac. The So.
Duluth, and Western Points, pausing- all
plai esof inti rost by daylight In connection
THE (IREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
it forms tho most ilirert route, and from trm
ery nuint of comparison, the moat delightful
and coinfortal ln on to Minneapolis, Kt Paul,
Great Kails, Melons, liutte. 8pokano and Pa
liiio roast. The onlv transcontinental in
runuliiR til famous bullet, library, obaerTa
New tl" hour train for Portland via Rpnksna,
HOTEL LAPAVETTE, Lake Mlnnetonka,
III miles from Mluneapollf, largest and meet
beautiul resort In the est.
'Jicketsaud any information of any agent or
A. A. HEARD, Uenorol l'aakeuger agentj
Buffalo, N. V.
Turkeys, Docks, Chickens,
Fresh Every Day.
If Your Horse Is Shod with
He Positively Cannot Slip
BKmihlreEU,.aUn medietas. Onlr hiraUssasji
Fharmacist, cor. Wycming Avenue an
Wjf- AWARDED T0k
I (1 FOR HAYING PASSttlk J
Wh THE BEST jfM
W,t XAMINAT1INS Q II l
SHARPENING. 1 I