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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1900.
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tTho Scranton Tribune imb
opened ft Branch Office In Carbondale
nhd-prints a dally edition devoted
to 'the Interests o the city, supply
ing Cnrbondalo with a daily morn
ing paper, containing all the news of
the Pioneer City. Communications
of. a, news nature, personals and all
Itejns for publication may1 be left at
tho new offlces.lti the Burke Building,
ox sent by mall or 'phone. I" Hat
iiold, manager of the Carbondalo
d'dltlou, will be pleased to receive
callers seeking Information or dc
slrioua of Imparting It. Telephone
numbers: New, 280; old, 0423.
SELECT COUNCIL MEETS.
They Pass Sewer Ordinance Unani
mouslyVery Amicable Session.
A .special mooting of the select coun
cil was hold last night In tin; city hail
to lake action on this proposed sewer
on Hospital street. President Thomp
son nnd Councilman Hnrrolt, Battle,
Davis and Fletcher were present. Tho
meeting was delayed In starting be
cause the city solicitor's presence was
deemed necessary, and ho had to he
When the council was called to or
der It was at once moved and second
ed that select council ordinance No. 8
regarding the proposed sewer, bo
passed lo second reading. This was
CM tried unanimously.
Alderman H. S. .Tones appeured he
fore the council as a representative
of tho Carbondale Emergency hospital
and stated the position of the hospi
tal on tho sower question. He called
the attention of the cou'ncll to the
fact that, as the ordinance Is now
drawn, It provides that the sewer gate
will he two hundred 1'cet away from the
hospital. He said that the hospital
was to donate 31, 000 to tho work, but
did not want to have additional ex
pense in laying other mains.
Mr. Fletcher said that the engineer's
estimates of the cost had Included the
expense clear up to the hospital. It
was moved by Mr. Darrett and carried
unanimously that tho ordinance be
passed on final reading, and then, on
tliu ayes and noes being called for,
every member present voted aye.
Chief of Police MeAndrow made a
requisition for a mileage book and It
Councilman Fletcher asked the In
dulgence of tho council for n few min
utes while he made a statement. With
an urbane smile and a courteous man
ner ho took exception to tho report of
the select council meetings which ap
peared in last Tuesday's press. Jio
said that while ho had great respect
for tho press he had no use for yellow
journalism and was sorry to see that
it trifling discussion Iii the council
had been enlarged to the dimensions
of an altercation, and said: "When
two councllmcn look at a matter from
different sides it is not a 'scrap' or a
'tilt,' but a mere difference of opinion."
The select counofl then adjourned.
The Play of "Fedora."
There will be several memUbrs or the
original company supporting Fanny
Davenport, who presented the wonder
ful plays of Sardou for live consecutive
years, la the elaborate cenie produc
tion of tills famous author's master
piece, "Fedora," which will be the ex
traordinary offering at the Grand opera
house on Monday evening, November
-'. The scenery and accessory of tho
original production will also be used as
a. nucleus for the magnificent scenic
environment given the play. Tho cast
presenting "Fedora" this season Is
identically the same which appeared In
Now York, lieaded by Eleanor Frank
lin and Brinsloy Shaw, all artists of
recognized ability. In this high-class
attraction, the admirers of emotional
plays are promised an evening of
superb enjoyment, which is seldom tic
corded a city of this proportion, and
the likes of which will probably not bo
seen In Carbondale tor some lime to
Mildred Holland, who has won much
favor in recent years, especially as
Fan-Fan in "Two Little Vagrants," be
gan her annual starring tour on November-
El!, In Theodore Kremer's now
romantic drama, "The Tower Behind
the Throne." In this new play Miss
Holland has a legitimately serious role,
the portrayal of which will be a pleas
ant surprise to her many admirers.
Tho locale of the play Is laid in on
Austrian province at tho end of tho
eighteenth century. The story Is a
typical one 6f Intrigues of that time,
from which tho author bus evolved 'an
exceedingly intense nnd interesting
story, replete with many strong situa
tions. The production will bo on an elabor
ate scale, with historically correct
scenery, furniture and other accessor
ies, while tho company will be made up
of well-known artists, comprising over
Miss Holland will bit the attraction at
the Grand opera house on Thanksgiv
Sunday, December 10, has been deslg.
mi tod by now M. C. Klllott as Decision
day In tho First Congregational church,
Dr, Humphreys' famous Speclo
"Seventy-seven" breaks up a Cold by
restoring tho checked circulation,
known bv a chill or shiver, tho first
sign of a Cold, It Mutts, the blood
.coursing, ithi'ough tho veins unit at
once- '"breaks up"t tim Cold,
,..ffym will keep a vial of "77" at
'ija'nd and take a dno when necessary,
you wilj never take Cold, It doesn't
matter If tho weather changes sudden
ly; If you are caught out with llghf np
parol, wlthouf.oyereoat of wrap; If you
get over-heated and lido In an open
par, or aro exposed waiting for your
rurrluV't !f you work or sew in a
"cold rpojiorslt In a draughty church,
meetlng'-honso, opera or theatre. If
yVcarry; a- via of "77"f (it nts tho
jioekct .and poekctnouk) ni use it
frMyyod will be protected nnd will
not take CoJd..
m:? rtni nc
Thc'exlorit of Mr. Klllott's revival ser
vice consists of only that one 'day.
All services beginning with tomorrow
morning, however, lead up to this day
In thought nnd effort. In tho church
Rcrvlcos, tho Sunday school, the Young
People's societies, In .fact, every de
partment of the church work, there Is
a united effort to bring new recruits
Into tho son-Ice of Christ. Mr. Elliott
has had- as high as eighty-six conver
sions In ono day on a former occasion
of this kind,
A very quiet marriage tool: pines
Thursday evening at the Methodist
parsonage. After the weekly prayer
meeting In the Methodist church, Wil
liam tilbbs, of Pnrk street, nnd Miss
Klennor .1. Tallmnn, of Seventh ave
nue, proceeded to tho residence of
Uov. A. F. Chuff cc and were united In
marriage by that clergyman. The
young couple were accompanied by
Mr. and Mrs. Itnlph Ulnlr, tho bride's
brother-lnlaw and sister, who stood
up with them ns bridesmaid and best
man. licsldcs these two, no one of
their relatives were present, and It
was said that they were ns completely
surprised ns anyone that the event
had taken place, although It was ex
pected. The happy man Is the son of
John (II bus, tho contractor, and tho
bride is tho daughter or Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Tnllman.
The bride was dressed In a pretty
travelling gown of drab, with hat and
gloves to match. After the ceremony,
the party was driven lo the Delaware
and Hudson train nnd left for Now
York. They will be absent from the
city about a week and then In all
probability will make their home for
the present with Mr. and Mrs. Tu'll
Cornelius Dillon, ono ot. the most
popular and obliging conductors on
the Erie's stuff, was married to Miss
Mary Median, of Forest City, at SI.
Agnes church, Forest City, on Wednes
day evening. Uov. Father It, H.
Walsh was the officiating clergyman.
Mr. Dillon's homo Is now in Susque
hanna, but he used to live here and
among his former townsmen It Is safe
to say that none has forgotten the
whole-souled, genial conductor. The
bride is a young lady as popular In
her homo town as Mr. Dillon was in
his, and both are lo ne'oongrutulated
on the consummation of their cher
The couple were attended by J. .T.
Madlpan, of this city, and Miss Delia
Median, a sister of the bride. Imme
diately after the ceremony at the
church, the newly-weddrd two held a
reception at the homo of the bride,
at which may friends presented their
best wishes and prophesies of happi
ness. At 0.43 Mr. and Mrs. Dillon took
the Erie flyer for a trip to Niagara
Falls, Huffnlo and other points of !n
leresl. They expect to return and go
to Susquehanna next Wednesday,
when they will take possession of a
newly fitted home.
At the Young Men's union n"ct
Tuesday evening, th" regular weekly
meeting of the Chautauqua circle wilt
be held. This has come lo be known
as "ladies' night" because none but
members of the gentler sex tire ad
mitted. At their next meeting the
Cliautauquans will take up the study
of the life of Daniel Webster and
view it from many standpoints, among
them being "Webster its n Hoy," "Web
ster's Domestic Life," "The Stales
man Webster," "What Webster lias
Dono for American Literature." anil
other phases of his inliuence on the
history of our country. Besides lite
papers, there will be a short musical
programme, and a pleasant and profit
able evening is looked forward to.
The union also contemplates giving
a play. early In January. Theio "are
twenty-live characters In Ii and it Is
a pastoiul effusion called "Aunt Han
nah's Quilting Party." Them will b.j
plenty of "action" in tho representa
tion, It is promised, and there will be
a number of bright songs and sketches
by tho amateur talent of the city.
Entertainment nt the High School.
There was an entertainment given at
tho High school yesterday afternoon,
the first that has taken place there
since tho opening of the fall term.
It bus been the custom heretofore to
have ono of those delightful after
noons each week, and in all "probabil
ity they will now be continued. Tins
programme yesterday was for Thanks
giving week, as follows:
Sow;, "Our I'lluiim rjtliew," s-liool
lliTlt.ilion, "Tluuksiivinij l).i,v,".,.lo-,ic lYnui-lly
Mi'Ctlim Wall fctliool OuliiMia
ltii.lt.il lun, "Tin1 Pumpkin I'll-," ..Allin Miiiinri
Ihu'l Ihircl Ciiiluur mill K.-IHU .Mdijii
Viulin Milu, Willi piano sn.cinip.mlim'iit,
'till! Cii.iluui l-tl-.
Selection 1,'lu' I'liiii
S-i'JfUhm lllli Nhim) lli lit'-i .i
At the firnnd Opera House:
Monthly evening, "Fedora."
Wednesday evening, Mildred Holland
In "The Power Behind the Throne."
Thursday evening, concert of Smith
At the High School Auditorium:
Monday, lecture by Superintendent
Tuesday, It-ctuto by I'oiiKivsHiiian
Wednesday, lecture by Colonel Haiti,
Indians Preparing for Dunmore.
Tho Indian foot ball tf.-.m will play
Dunmoro on Thanksgiving Day jmd
expeot to have a lively game with tho
Hill boys. Tho Indians' team has
just emerged from the throes of an
other shakeup, and us a result, Crane
wll ngaln play quarter back, Murphy
halt' back, Hadglus full back and Han
son center rush.
Tho Carbondalo Medical society held
their regular monthly moating at tho
reildencu of Dr. Wells J, Lowry, 17
Lincoln avenue, Tho speaker of the
evening was Dr. Peter O. Mnuley, of
Maydeld, who told of "The Humorous
Side of a Physician's Life." After tho
discussion refreshments were served.
Cambrian lodge, No. S8, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows.
Diamond lodge, No. !!fl, Shield of
Meetings Tomorow Night.
St. Joseph'B Cadets. t
Order of Hallway Conductors, No. 15C.
St. Boniface society.
SUNDAY AT THE CHURCHES.
At the First Congregational church
Itov. M. C. Klllott, the pasfbr, speaks
tomorrow evening on "Savonorola," the
hist In tho series of Sunday evening
sermons on "Groat Men." The other
services will be: 10.3 iu m., preach
ing; Sunday school nt 2 p. in.; Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
at 0.30 p. m. Special music will be ono
of the features tomorrow evening.
Fh st Methodist Episcopal North
Church, street, near Salem avenue.
Itov. A. F. Chaffee, pastor; residence,
70 Terrace street. Sunday services,-10.30
u. m. nnd 7.30 p. m.j Sunday school, 12
in.; Junior league, 3 p. in.; Senior
league, 0.30 p. in.; prayer meeting
Thursday evening at 7.30 o'clock. To
morrow morning at 0 o'clock there will
be love feast; at 10.30 o'clock, Sacra
mental service. In the evening the pas
tor will preach.
Trinity Protestant Episcopal church
i8 ltlvor street. Itov. It. A. Sawyer,
rector; residence, 02 ftiver street. Holy
communion, 8 n. in.; morning prayer
1 and sermon, 10.30 o'clock; evening
) prayer and sermon, 7.30 o'clock; Sun
j day school, 12 m.j evening prayer and
! lecture every Thursday evening at 7.30
" i-i"viv, .jiiiium ncjmui n-uvui'in niirct-
ing every Friday evening nt 7.30
o'efock; Trinity guild meets every.
Tuesday evening; Ladles' guild meets
every Wednesday afternoon, Tho Itev.
F. 11. Batemnn, rector of tho Church of
tho Good Shepherd in Green Ridge, -will
preach In tho morning.
Uerean Baptist church, corner Lin
coln avenue and North Church street.
Itev. H. J. AVhalen, D. D., pastor; resl-
' donee, 33 Lincoln avenue. Sunday ser
vices, 10.31) a. m. and 7.30 p. m.; mid
week services, Thursday, 7.30 p. m,;
Young People's Society ot Christian
Endeavor meets at 0.30 on Sunday
evening; Junior Society of Christian
Endeavor meets Sunday, 3.30 p. in.:
Sunday school at 12 in. Tomorrow be
ing "World's Temperance Sunday,"
Itev. Dr. Whalen will preach n temper
ance sermon In-the morning. Tho sub
ject may rightly have its place In the
pastor's series on) "The Great Themes
of Our Religion." The friends of tem
perance and all others are cordially in
vited. The evening service will be "An
Evening with Episcopal Song Writers
and Their Hymns." The representa
tive hymns of this denomination will
be sung and the pastor will give a
sketch of the authors' life and the
story of the hymns. Many of the best
known hymns of the church were writ
ten by Episcopalians; among them arc
"Abide with Me," which will be sung
its a solo by Mrs. AVhalen, and "Hook
of Ages," which will bo sung by a
quartette. Oilier liymns that will be
sung by the choir and congregation
tire: "Softly Now the Light or Day,"
"Onward, Christian Soldier!" and "I
Would Not Live Always."
C'hutcli of St. Hose de Lima North
Church street, opposite Pink place.
Itev. Thomas V. Coffey, rector; resi
lience, (i North Church street. Assist
ants, Itev. John Dixon nnd Itev. Wai
ter Gorman. Sunday services: First
mass, 7 a. m.: second mass, S a. in.;
third mass, J a. in.; high mass, 10.30 a.
in.; Sunday school, " p. m.
North Church street, near Salem ave
nue. Uov. Charles Lee. pastor: resi
dence, tili North Church street. Sunday
services, 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.; Sun
day school, IS in.; Young People's
Christian Kndeavnr, C.SO p. m.; weekly
prayer meeting, Thursday evening, 7.30
South Church street, corner Ninth
avenue. Sunday services, 10.30 a. in.
and C p. in.; Sunday school, : p. in.;
mid-week s'-rvioos, Tuesday, 7.30 p. m.
Firs (Sf. Paul's) Lutheran church,
Church street. Rev. F. Ehlnger. pas
tor. Sunday school. i,;;o a, in,; services,
10.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Tomorrow,
its tho last of Ihe current church year.
Is called Memorial Sunday, to remem
ber the dead during the current church
year, the services will be In accord
A Charge of Larceny.
There was ti hearing last evening
before Alderman Delavtin, of the Sixth
ward, in tlie casj or Samuel Neldon,
who was alleged to have committed
a larceny of a wagon from a gentle
man of the WiC-st Side. The owner of
I ho vehicle suspected Nnldon of having
ti knowledge of Its whereabouts and
lie swore out a search warrant. On
i.io strength or this a search of Nel
doti's premises revealed the missing
wagon, nnd Neldon was brought be
fore Alderman Delavaii, who hold him
In ?:;oo ball for trial.
A Death at the Hospital.
Joseph Sheloski, aged 33, who was
uilmllted to tho hospital a week or
s-o ago, suffering with typhoid fevor,
and whoso homo was in Forest City,
died there on Thursday, A widow and
two children survivo him.
Tliu chinches will hold a union ser
vice on Thanksgiving Day this year,
its usual, The Itov, A. F. Chuffoe will
preach the sermon and it will bo de
livered in the Uerean Uaptlst church.
Another ensa of measles was report
ed to tho board of health yesterday.
Tho sufferer is a child, Morris Tonkin,
of Darto avonuo,
liihbs-Tallman Ily Huy. A. F. Chaf
fiV, on November !, 100, Mr, William
F, Olbbs o Miss 'Kleauor j, Tnllman.
both of Cnrbondnle.
Pity the Poor Simpson Folks.
A number of tho young men of Simp
son organized a drum and life corps on
Thursday evening and they expect to
ho tvblo'in turn out a superior urtlclo
of marching music in a short time.
Thomas Kennedy and John Itoland will
bo tho Instructors, and the members of
the corps will pructlco every Thursday
evening. It is expected that cotton bat
ting will double In price In a short
time,' In thut neighborhood, uud many
ealln will be tnndo by the residents of
Simpson to other parts ot the city on
this evcnlnjr of the week. Tho mem
bers aro Thomas Kennedy, Thomas
Orady, William Hcnly, John Ward,
Harry Perry, James Baldwin, Michael
Sweeney, James Ward, Oondy Ward,
George Toll, Julius Tell, Thomas Mul
downey, Arthur MulUowncy and John
Roland, Of 'these young men some
have had previous experience, but tho
new drum corps Is expected to bo big
ger than the one that existed In Simp
Testing the Plow.
The citizens' water committee Is pre
paring to test tho amount of water that
Hows -through the Ransom tract, and
In order to do It thoroughly they arc
having a raceway constructed. The
channel of this Is six feet wide, five
feet high and twenty feet long nnd Is
so constructed that all the water In the
stream will have to pass, through It.
tinder the supervision of members of
the committee several tests will be
made during tho next few weeks. Some
Impromptu calculations have placed the
supply to be found there as high as
1,000,000 gallons per day, which would
be amplo for the needs of the commun
ity it Is expected to supply.
Van Bergen & Co. Start Up.
The first day's work dono Inside the
foundry of Van Ucrgon & Co., since the
explosion of Sunday was started yes
terday. Tho steam power connection
with the electric light plant was found
to work all right and yesterday morn
ing bIx tons of metal was cast. The
wall that was rendered so shaky by
tho explosion Is being taken down by
experienced workmen nnd by the first
of next week all the brick and debris
that had been scattered over a wide
area, will be collected and cleaned up.
The new walls and timbers will bo
placed as expeditiously as possible.
What Is Going on in Society.
Miss Helen Patterson will entertain
friends ut her homo on Lincoln avenue
this evening In honor of guests.
Miss Gertrude Collins entertained a
number of friends ut a euchre party
ut her home on Canaan street on
Miss Mabel Davis will have a thim
ble tea at her home on Seventh avenue
this afternoon from 2.30 to 5.30 o'clock.
Mrs. J. R. Vnndorford had thimble
teas on Wednesday and Thursday of
this week uti her home on Canaan
Miss Kate Grady was tendered a sur
prise party on Thursday evening at her
home on Pike street.
The Passing Throng.
Miss Belle Klrby Is visiting in Bing
haniton. H, E. May has returned from New
Miss Sarah Holmes, of Simpson, Is a
new clerk at the Globe store.
Miss Fannie Kiinpp, of Canaan
street, goes to New York this morning.
Joseph Sanford, who was Injured In
No. 3 mine some time ago, has fully
Uov. S. Moore, of Norwich, a former
Methodist pastor here, was calling on
friends in town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Spencer, of Point
Chautauqua, N. Y., are visiting J, H.
Bagley, of Canaan street.
John Bryden, of this city, attended
the wedlng of T. J. Wars and Miss
Anna lirydon In Dunmoro on Thursday
Mrs. James Thompson, of Belmont
street, has been called to Scranton by
the serious illness of her brother, D.
Miss Leila IJiilton, of Hinghanitoii.
formerly of Carbondale, is the guest of
Mrs. Ernest Dolpli, of Madison avenue,
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Two well known men were up before
Squire Kelfer last evening to answer
the charge or stealing a horse and
buggy. The compliilnaul, a young man
from Carhondale, came to Jermyii on
election night, and leaving his horse
and buggy while he went into friends
house, was surprised a few moment
later to discover both had disappeared.
After securing the sorvhes of Chief-of-Police
McGlnley, tho horse and rig
were found in the possession of the
two men, who were driving at a most
furious speed e round town. They wore
apparently having a high time, when
they met with it mishap by turning
a corner too rhort and damaging the
rig to the nmo'iint of JS. They las'.
night waived a bearing nnd were held
In $300 to appear at court.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Primi
tive Methodist church will meet In the
church on Monday atternoon.
At the Primitive. Methodist church
tomorrow morning, the pastor will give
a short address, after which the sac
rament will be administered. In the
evening, he will preach n sermon ap
propriate for Thanksgiving.
Mine Inspector Roderick, of Scran
ton, was iir town yesterday, visiting
the local collieries.
11. A. Willmun. Frank Graves, T. E.
GriflHlis, (Jeorge Pelidered, Jr., and
Louis Adams were .lermyn visitors
to Scranton yesterday.
Miss Taylor, of Lanosboro, and Mr.
Moore, of Susquehanna, are tho guests
of Prof, ami Mrs. II. N. Barrett, of
Mrs. Louisa Townsend, of Carbon
dale, and Mrs Stanton, of W'aymart,
were calling on Jerinyn friends yester
day, The East Side Indians and Peck
villo High School will play foot ball
hero on Thanksgiving afternoon,
Division No. 10, Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, will hold a smoker and en
tertainment Wednesday evening,
Uov. M. D. Fuller, D. D pastor of
tho Methodist Episcopal chinch, will
deliver a lecture on Thanksgiving
night on the Civil war. As the lec
turer was 'an active participant In
the war, and Is an able ,and fluent
talker, the lecture will, without a
doubt, bo well worth hearing.
Ellhu R. Nicholson, o? Dundaff, Is
There was an exhibition at Blues'
drug storo yesterday, two largo deer
weighing 171 and 175 pounds, respect
ively, They wero shot by Messrs. W.
S. Blues, W. J. Broad und O. M, Pierce
on their recent hunting expedition in
the wilds of Maine, Tho above gentle
men have generously donated tho larg
est deer to tho hose company for a
venison supper, Tho flro laddies have
culled for a special meeting to arrange
' Cure all Thioat anil iMua Affections.
K. GettUcKCUulnc. KcfuscBiibstltutes. B
Slvtlou Olicurca Khcumutiiui. is & 33 cU.
V.A'.fc'V .'A Jfc'k.'fc' '1' 1 i( i
Shimamura & Co.
124 Wyoming Avenue.
This store is filled with Genuine Japanese Art Goods, especially appropriate for
Holiday Presents, imported direct from Japan.
You will find here A most magnificent collection of Ivory Novelties and Orna
ments, Bronze Lamps, Rare Screens and Oriental Art Goods of every description.
The stock we have brought to this city is the largest and richest ever seen here.
Your careful inspection is invited.
for tho supper. The announcement of
tho date will be given later.
Mrs. William Oberts is the guest of
A Delaware Lackawanna and West
ern engine was derailed at tho Lacka
wanna breaker about 5 o'clock Thurs
day night by a misplaced switch. No
one was Injured. A wrecking crow
worked nearly all night to place tho
engine upon the rails again.
A. B. Mason, of Hnzioton, litis re
turned home after spending a few days
with his sister, Mrs. William Wallace,
of River street.
Mrs. W. S. Bloes was a visitor at the
Electric City yesterday.
Airs. George Bonfield and Mrs. James
Mitchell, of Scranton, are tho guests of
the former's daughter, Mrs. W. W.
Swales, of Hickory street.
Peckville Baptist church Rev. J.
S. Thomas, pastor. Services tomor
row at 10.30 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. Morn
ing subject, "Drawing Water from tho
Wells of Salvation." Evening subject,
"Savonarola, the Preacher of Right
eousness." Sabbath school at 11.30 a.
Elmer Roberts has recovered from
his recent Illness.
Daniel T. Taylor, of Ilonesdnle, has
moved his family to this place and
occupies White's tenement on White's
addition. Mr. Toylor Is a. brother to
It. J. Taylor, the Main street harness
Services in the Presbyterian church
Sunday at 10.30 a. m. and 7 p. in., Rev.
S. II. Moon, D. D.. pastor. Morning
subject, "The Light Burden:" evening,
"The Cry for God." All welcome.
At the Methodist Episcopal church.
Sabbath services will be in charge ot
the pastor and nt tho usual time. Morn
ing subject, "No Saloons Under Our
Flag; or, Work or the Reform Bureau:"
evening, "Into the Night." On Tues
day evening, December 4, Prof. Clark
Thomas will deliver a lecture on "Voice
Culture," accompanied, by a line musi
cal programme. Ten cents admission
will be charged to defray expenses. The
object of the lecture Is to awaken
greater interest In vocal music. All
lovers of music are cordially Invited,
Irrespective of denomination, to co
A Jolly party of young people fath
ered at the Vst End hotel last even
ing, where they were entertained by
Miss Catherine, the little daughter of
.Air. and Mrs. ,f. V. O'Uiicn. Games
and other amusements wore indulged
in until 10 o'clock when a dainty lunch
was served, At a seasonable hour the
guests returned to their home after tin
evening of great enjoyment.
Mr. and Mrs. John SVatkins, of
Washington Heights, have returned
: home after spending two months with
i lolf.tives in Wales.
Mrs. William Rodin, of Scotch sheet.
Is very ill.
Services will bo held at t'.i" usual
time in the Susquehanna St,""t l';np
lisc church tomorrow cirnig and
evening. Rev. George Ilanuo, pastor
A X Bower, of Scranton. will con
duct services in the Congregational
church tomorrow evening.
The metnbeis of the W, W. Waters
post, Grand Army of the Republic, will
attend the funeral of the late David
Jt. Davis tomorrow afternoon.
An accident to the arc dynamo at the
elect lie light station caused the town
to bo in darkness lust night and It
probably will bo a week before repairs
A number of young people from hero
attended the Sousa Girls' dance at
Scranton last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Ukiiard Taylor, of New
Jersey, are the guests of John Taylor
Mrs. Reese Charles and Mrs. David
Kdwurds spent yesterday with Provi
The funeral of the lale Martin Qulun
took place yesterday morning at in
o'clock. A high requiem mass was cele
brated in St. Pntrick's church by Rev.
P. J, Murphy, who also preached the
funeral sermon. Interment was made
In St. Patrick's cemetery.
J, V. Grant, of Jerinyn, was a culler
hi town yesterday,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tuko Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tab
lets, All druggists refund tho money
If It falls lo euro. E. W, Grove's sig
nature Is on each box, 25c.
Willlo Lynott, after (.pending tlw
past twenty-sis weeks at the Lacka
wanna hospital, returned home last
Three of P, S, Walsh's children are
sick with diphtheria.
Tho High School foot ball team and
tho Jermyn team will battle on tho
Jcssup grounds Sunday,
Tho St. James congregation Is mak
ing great arrangements for tho festi
val, which is to be. held ut St, .lamas
hall Thanksgiving evening.
Don't forgot the High School foot
ball team's social at Sweeney's, oit the
P, V, Donnelly, of Carhondale, was
a caller In town lust evening,
The new lire ularni system Is being
put up rapidly. A largo force of men
A moving picture exhibition will bo
given by Mr. Carpenter at tho baml
room Saturday evening. He Is tho
same party that exhibited political
pictures during the recent campaign
in Hyde Park and other places, and
k i k 'k' 1 k '1' i 'fc
k k 4I
Japan Art Objects
& Co., 124 Wyoming- Ave. I
For Uncle Sam
He nor his family of 76,000,226
never eat crow and never will. Tur
key is good enough. We furnish
Tor thousands or his family, Irom
25c to $5.00.
Wear Our Shoes and Knjoy Your
Lewis & Reilly
114-116 Wyoming AveiU3.
See Our Windows and Then ....
50 Fine Persian Rugs, $18 to $25
WORTH $25 TO $50.
In these bargains will be found some Fine Hall Rugs, Kazak Rugs,
Antique Kurdish Persians and other nice Rugs. Wilton, Axminsterand
Smyrna Rugs and Carpels at Special Reduced Prices.
it is said, gives a very pleasing en
tertainment. Itev. Mr. Simpson, of Scranton, gave
an entertainment, which consisted of
a selection of reading from "liPSido the
Uonnle Mrlar hush," at tho .Methodist
cnurch last Tuesday ovming, to a largo
and appreciative audience. All speak
in tile highest terms of the elfort. Tto
l'rosbmonts were served at the close,
for the benefit of tlie hcuroh, which
wore lib'rallv patronised,
l.ora V, Stone, who has boon eou
llned to the house or the paxl week,
Is slowly Improving,
Hcorgo Hall, u commercial iru valor,
who resides here, has returned to
work, after an illness of two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph t. Homers aro
entertaining their daughter, Mrs. Wil
liam Kvans, nt' Scranton.
Mrs. KnencL'i' and two grandchildren
aro living In the SwnrU house, on
mo nmi Mi . s. ri. Shoemaker spent
Sunday last In Sci.intou witn menus.
Dr. Newton, of Mlelioison, was m
town on business on Saturday last.
a. .,..1,1 f.ivw.n. nt iMii'i'oid. Is visiting
Ills daughters, -Mrs. l-'ieil Snyder and
Mrs. H. K, Finn.
mi. WoHtuuio and inm ly nave
moved to the hose Depuy house.
Tho special lospel nvctlllBS, which
have been held in the hnptlst church
iiiiu wii.-. win bo continued every
evening next week, On Sunday even
ing revival services win uo ooiiuuuim
by the imijtor. M very body Is Invited
j. Mrs. iiuodoie Miller Is visiting rela
tives in i.iiignaiiiioii,
When You Oct n Headache
don't waste a minute but go to your
druhvlxl and got a box of Krauso's
Headache Capsules. They will pre
vent pain, even though your sku",
wr ro cracked, They are h.irniiess, o.
head th'j guarantee. Pi leu Me, Sold
by Matthews Urns. "
Tho Junior Kpwnrth League ob.
served their anniversary last Sunday
evening in the Malhndist church. The
mnm'imiino ciintdstcd of e dialog!!.'.
oration, tocllatloiis. solo and duet. The
singing of tho League was iiccoin
panied by Wlnfleld Dicker, Fred Hi
Iinw unit Chill' Pelton on till) Violin
and cornet. The programine was well
endered. The reports of the score-
fc . t.
i afui Pvery aUTertfilDR fcpeoTaubt, Jai
ur. tiuipiui aua .uau auiyeuu mm.
Dr. THEEL, 527 North Sixth Si.
Philadelphia, Fa,OAU Alumcs,
nil DDIVITE nnd riRROURC!
nicaaeaB both self!, l.oitlVIlllliiooil.HTiriuilt-
hihhhh umi un ursniis.iuiiy rcsiurcii.
enroll In -t to 10 itayn. Tho mott
nnlifilml. "I?I0J nrllYailllTD A
f ruaii cage
danse roun cus-M
eolidtctl. "GIN DEUT8CHBR ARZT." Trc.it.
iiienl oy niftll. .scml rur snorn Tuiumoni.ufl t llookrx
Vusini; every lu&a ImututcUlcctrical ii.31cdical dauJ.
TheNii tiny Cnnmilon r-
i.-ni ill in HUliii. ..imu..7ii.m1
Invonvrnlcnrp, nllecllnim JMIMY I
liQ.wltlf-ti C'niinUm. J.."UU,J
UCDM anil Inlrclionaiuii.
tarv and treasurer 8lur.vt.il an avoruiro
attendance of forty, and funds In tho
treasury amounting to .$21.07 not.
Mrs. Chubb and daughter. Florence.
are spending a few days In Scranton.
Mis' Xell Hinds returned homo yes
terday from a short, visit at huu-
Tho noxt of tho series of lectures and
ontei'tatiiments will be given Tucsd iv
evening, Nov, 27. It will be "Pompeii,"
Illustrated with a siercoptlcou, by A.
R. X. Wells made a business tilp to
Mr, ami Mrs. Uftord, of Slrotidsburg,
and grumlMUi, Karl Hess, of heading,
are the gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry
Took, of North Main strcM.
Mr. W. ('. Monle, Mrs, W. ('. Drake
are attending a convent Ion tit Phila
delphia The members of tho Presbyterian
Sunday school have begun pratlclnij
for their Christmas cantata.
Mrs. S, V. Young as a caller In
The morning service till (he Metho
dist church will bo conducted by Itov,
C h, Henry, of Taylor. Tho preach
ing service will be followed by tint
communion service. The cv. urns str
vices will ho conducted a usual.
itev. S. W. Young, of the Presby
terian church, will exchange pulpits
with Itev, Armeutriiii. oi Wyuluslmr,
Tho Young Ludlis' Mission circle
will meet at Hie Presbyterian nuimi"
Mr. Hubert CiipVoll, of Meslioppt(i,
visited his bister, Mrs. Frank Johnson,
Mr. fleoigo Pea lie made a luislnesx
hip lo Jerinyn' Thursday.
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