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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1900.
crThe Scranton Tribune has
opened n Branch Office In Cnrbondnle
md prints a dally edition devoted
to the Interests of the city, supply
ing Carbondale with a dally morn
ing paper, containing all the news of
the Pioneer City. Communications
of a news nature, personals and all
Items for publication may be left at
the new offices In the Burko Building,
or sent by mall or 'phone. E. L. Hnt
fleld, manager of the Carbondale
edition, will be pleased to receive
callers seeking information or de
alrlous of imparting it. Telephone
numbers: New, 280; old, 0423.
THE TEACHERS' INSTITUTE.
It Commences Today and Will Last
Until Friday Noon.
The fourth unnunl Infinite of the
rurbundalc city teachers commences
tills artcrnoon In the central school
building at l,::i) o'clock and all the
trite hers In this city ami environs will
be In attendance at Its various sessions.
There will be no school held this week
at any of the. school, houses and Hie
children will have a gala lime prepar
' iiiK for and recovering from Thanks
giving, as their fredom from their
usual duties will give them more of a
chance to develop their appetite for the
toothsome gobbler which will be In
every well regulated home. But' ull
this has nothing to do with the Insti
tute, the members of -which will have
h serious and arduous week of work In
front of them, enlivened each evening
by an attraction in the way of a lec
ture In the auditorium of the high
school. Today there will be two ses
sionsafternoon and evening and the
next t'hree days there wilt be three a
day morning, afternoon and night
not even stopping for Thanksgiving. On
Friday there will be a morning session,
and then the schools will resume their
usual work next week, with the teach
ers fortllled by a fresh fund of knowl
edge and the scholars convalescent!
from their feasting.
The full programme for the week will
1.10 History, t)r. II. W. Klson.
2.20 Advanced Ailthmrtle,
.Superintendent James M. Cntiglilln
3.10 Knglish Grammar, Dr. K. O. I.yte.
S.20 Lecture, "Character Building-,"
Superintendent .Tame M. Coulilin
NOVEMBER 27. MORNINR.
!U0 HnKlisli Or.imni.ir. Dr. E. O. I.yte.
10.20 History, Dr. II. W. RNoti.
11.10 Ailvanird Aritliniftlc.
' Supri Intemleiit .lame M. foncliliii
1.10-lllslor.v, Dr. II. W. KNon.
2.20 English (iramniar, Dr. K. O. L.vtc.
Superintendent ..lines M. Coilclilin
S.20 I.ecliue, "Daniel tt'ebater,"
Hon. Champ f.'Mtk, M. ('.
'.t0-i:ii(tllli Cl.is.slis Dr. K. O. Lite.
10.21V ficoKl-.iph.v, ,
Superintendent .lamen M. ('mikIiIIi
11.W Ili-ilmy, Dr. II. W. El.cin.
3.10 I'rirnnr.r Ailthinelir,
Min Akikt- J, MeMollau.
2.20-llistori-, Dr. II. W. El,ou.
3.10 Ilntiit In Kihualiun,
Superintendent .l.uues M. CViushllu
5.20 T.eelnre, "The Xallon's I.etr.uj."
Colonel firorc-e U.iin
XOVUMIIER 29. MORNINC.
9.10 Culture of tlie Will,
Superintendent .lames M. fougliltn
10.20 Primary Aritlimetic,
.Miss Asnes .1. MiMollai
11.10-lllitor.v. Dr. II, W. K.,.n.
1. 10 Memory tiems. Miss Aiiiim .1. Mi-.Moll.in.
2.20 History. Dr. . W. MImui.
3.10-Knowinjf l,y TlitiiKlittf,
Supeiintendent .laities M. Counldin
S.1S Cornell, The Ariel Lidies' Sextette
The Famous Smith Sister
0.40 Ita of (he Dictiunaiy,
Miss Axni'H .r. .Mc.Mollaii
10.S0-Ilii.lury, Dr. II. W. Own.
11.10 The IVd.iROBy of Ite.idiiiff,
' Superintendent .lames l, Coiurhli'.i
Change of Sate.
The rededlcation of St, Rose church
.vlll be held on Sunday, Dec, Hi, Instead
ot Tuesday, Dec, is, as announced some
time ago. The change Is made for the
reason that many of the members could
not a'ttond the ceremonies of th-v
were held on wsekday on nccount of
lOlaborare preparations are being
made for thu celebration. Professor
Hnydn, Evans Is directing the choir In
rehciiralng special music, and It Is ex
pectcriVtlmt over 200 clergymen from
dllferorft jnuts of the country, Includ
ing high church dignitaries, will he In
A Crfeajly Mourned Death.
William vH. Lindsay, son of Thomas
H. J.lnilstiy, .of as Canaan streot, died
at his homcearly on Saturday morning
last. Although he had been sick less
than a week the malady from which he
suffered, typhoid fever, early devel
oped Into an extreme type of the dis
ease and a day or so after he had taken
to his bed the .rumor spread through
the city that he was dangerously 111.
On Thursday night of last week, at
Trinity Kplseopni church, of which he
was a member, the. special prayers for
the sick were delivered In his behalf,
and It was then believed that the young
brother stood in the vulley of the
shadow of death. Ho continued to sink
rapidly and shortly after a o'clock on
Saturday the watchers at Ills bedside
knew that the end had come.
Mr. Lindsay was Intovery way the
typo of what a young man should be.
Curat Gu li r 0M at ono.
Cooqutr Croup, Wkooplng -Couth, SrouthitU,
Crippe od CasMMptiui. Quick, niic retulti.
ftr.Wll'tWMi iflfiwNlfillil MNMI9C
Ills character was exemplary and his
disposition happy and ninth Ho wan a
constant, devoted companion to his
young ssler, i;tthi, and among his as
sociates all had a deep respect and re
gard for him. Ho was a staunch ad
herent ot the Kplscopal faith and an
ofllcer In Trinity Sunday school, where
he had long been librarian. Ho was
but 18 years old, but In his brief span
of life he hod accomplished many good
things and built Up n reptlKlttlon to be
proud of. Ills father and sister are his
solo survivors, his mother having died
but a yenr ago. The funeral will take
place thl. afternoon, the procession
leaving the house at 2.30 and proceed
ing to Trinity parish house, where
Hev, It. A. Sawyer will preach the ser
mon. Interment will be made at lin
Our City Churches Well Filled De
spite the Forbidding Aspect of the
At the different churches of the city
yesterday most of them had compara
tively large congregations In spite of
the drizzling rain that came down at
Intervals during the day. At the First
.Baptist church the pastor, Itev. Dr.
Whalen, delivered a teniDPranct1 ser
mon In the morning and embodied II
In his series on "Orent Themes of Our
Hellglon." in the evening the pastor
continued his custom of devoting the
last Sunday evening In the month to
songs and song writers, Inst night's
choice being "An Evening with Kplsco
pal Song Writers and Their Hymns."
Mrs. AVhalen sunJPu solo. "Abide with
Me." and n quartette rendered "I lock
At the Congregational church llev.
t f l.'ltlrtM It,., iia.l.it' ..,,..,.1,1,1.1.1 1,to
series of sermons on "CSreut .Men."
taking for his subject la the evenlnz
"Savoiiorola." This topic was. preceded work on Ifnnd the Delawtir- and Hud
by a special musical service. I mui car shop Is working ten hours a
At the Methodist Kplscopal church ''ay In stead of nine,
there was a loye feast and sacramental :
service in the morning. In the even- I The Passing Throng.
Ing the pastor, Hev. A. V. Chaffee,
At the Trinity Kplscopal churclthe
Hev. F. J?. Hateimiu, rector of the
Church of the Good Shepherd In Creen
Ridge, occupied the pulpit In the morn
ing. In the evening Itev. Itollln A.
Sawyer, the rector or the church, olll
clated. At the Church of St. Hose le Lima
(Roman Catholic), after Sunday school
yesterday afternoon christening ser
vices were held, at which ten children
were presented to Hev. Father (ior
mnn for the laying on of hands.
At St. Paul's Lutheran church the
new hoard of trustees, Louis Ilrunncr,
August Orhnrdt, Adnlph Prnetzh, Vv"il
hclm Schrocder and Louis Ciramer.were
installed In their offices accordlnr to
the rites or the Lutheran church.
At the Young Men's union yesteiday
afternoon, Dr. W. W. Fletcher, or this
city, made on address which was high
ly appreciated by ills auditors for its
good logic and sound common sens'.
Dr. Fletcher is an extremely busy man.
and he illustrated forcibly his versatil
ity In being able to make a rattling
good speech after a trying day at his
practice, his hospital vork, his chinch
and Sunday school.
At the lirund Opera House.
Wednesday night "The Tower Be
hind the Throne."
Thursday night Concert by Smith
At the Hls.li School.
Tonight Lecture, "t'harocter liulld
Ing," Superintendent .1. M. Coitghliu,
Tuesday night Lecture. "Daniel
AVebster," Hon. Champ Clark, M. c.
Wednesday night Lecture, "The Na
tion's Legacy," Colonel Cicorgc Rain.
It Is seldom that a plav comes fo
Carbondale so highly recommended by
the critics In cities where It lias al
ready appeared as does the elaborate
scenic production of Fanny Daven
port's "Fedora." written by the famous
Playwright, Sardou. The play as u
dramatic creation has received the
plaudits and approbation of two con
tinents. It is considered by all emi
nent critics the best or the repertoire
of either Bernhardt or Davenport and
Is the medium throush which these
two great actresses won fame and for
tune. Sardou, as a creator or scenic
effects and gorgeous displays, Is with
out a peer. It is oven said lie builds
his scenes llrst and then writes his
Plays to flt tht-m. Charles H. Clarke,
manager of "Fedora," has devoted hh
life to staging plays and is the In
ventor of the Clarke patent for the ad
justing of scenery to lit various size
stnges. He Is said to use in "Fedora"
the scenery and accessories utilized by
Davenport, augmented by the addition
of effects after his own Ideas. The
company, headed by Kleunor Franklin
and Hrlnsley Shaw and containing sev
eral members or the original New York
cast, Is said to be exceptionally strong
and to compare very favorably with
that which presented the play in
Kurope. It will lie seen tonight at the
Grand opera house.
Mildred Holland's Play.
Miss Mildred Holland, who will play
an engagement In this city on Wed
nesday evening in her new play, "The
Power Behind the Throne," Is a most
versatile young woman. She Is an ex
pert linguist, and as a stage manager
Is surpassed by few men.. .Miss Hol
land in a brief tour last season sur
prised the dramatic critics of Buffalo,
Washington, Baltimore, Rochester und
other cities, by the power and Intensity
of her acting. She is essentially an
emotional actress and has the rare
power of attracting women. In "The
Power Behind the Throne," Miss Hol
land will be seen us Aria, the daughter
of u court musician. The play Is said
to bo a romantic drama, ami $20,000
has been expended by .Manager Ed
ward o, White upon Its mounting, A
company of thirty-five well-known act
ors will support Miss Holland.
Mr, McDonald Leaves,
Angus McDonald, who has been con
nected with the branch office of the
Metropolitan Life Insurance company
in this city for a long time, has boon
transferred to the company's oillces In
Scranton and leaves for his new station
today. Mr, McDonald has many friends
In this city who will regret his depart
ure nnd who hope he may soon be as
murh at homo In the Klectrle L'lty as
he has been In Carbondale.
A Holiday Trip.
Tim Erie railroad -wlI run a special
excursion on Wednesday to New York
from all towns on the Jefferson dlvls-
Inn, and It will be a good opportunity
for those who desire to spend Thanks
giving In the metropolis. Tickets from
Carbondale, good for three days and
for the round trip,-1 are only $3, The
train will leave this city on Wednes
day morning tit IU3 o'clock.
A Happy Time Tonight.
An Informal dance will be given this
evening In Burke's hall In honor ot sev
eral young ladles who are visiting In
town, Owing to the short time left In
which to carry out arongements there
have been bill few Invitations Issued,
but the committee In charge extend a
welcome to all who usually attend the
Cross Country club and subscription
dances. Professor John Firth will have
t-hc music In charge.
New Year's Festivities.
The Daughters of Pocahontas are
preparing for an entertainment and
social to be held on New Year's eve.
The arangements are In the hands of a
progressive committee rnd It Is ex
pected that considerable Jollhncnt will
be had In watching the end ot the
nineteenth century and Hie beglntng r.t
Teachers' Institute at the High
Olive Leaf lodge. No. lofi,
ent Order of Odd Fellows.
.Federal union, No. 7201.
The Young Ladles' society of the
First Congregational church will give
tin entertainment In the church parlor
on Wednesday evening, Dec. f.
: On account of the large amount of
Joseph liryant Is occupying his new
home on Drunmiond avenue.
Fred Shaddle has removed from Bel
mont street to Dirkett street.
Miss Flora C.iles is visiting her par
ents at Aldenvllle.
Hay Williams and Max Shepard
spent Sunday at Hancock.
Miss Mabel Davis-, of Seventh avenue,
gave it thimble tea on Saturday after
noon. Mrs. William Walker, of Hlrkett
street, is visiting relatives at Wilkes
Harre. Frank Wolcolt, of Scranton, spent
yesterday in this city, the guest of his
Frank Smith, of Onrlleld avenue, ls
in r:ietis Falls. N. V.. visiting his
daughter, .Mrs. J. D. Tox.
.1. II. r.asley. of Caannn street, I.?
again at his forge in t lie Delaware
and Hudson blaeksmlth shop.
I'. A. Carroll and Charles Perkins,
who have been In New York on busi
ness, returned home Saturday.
!. L. Dickson, of Scranton, chair
man of the board ot dliectors of Van
Hergen & Co., was in Carbondale yes
terday. F. X. ifibblts, superintendent of the
Jefferson division of the Erie Rail
road, who hart been in New York sev
eral days. Is expected home to-day.
Miss Helen Lathrop, who has been
fiinlliicd lo her home- by Illness for
the past three weeks, is .somewhat im
proved, though not vet able to be out.
N-well Van Hergen, who Is, a stu
dent at Lehigh college Is expected
homo Ibis morning. He will remain
lieie during his Thanksgiving vaca
tion. JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Tommy Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
C.eorge Gardner, of West Mayfleld, a
driver In the Delaware and Hudson
colliery was painfully kicked by a mule
Saturday afternoon while going to the
gain. Tommy was leading the mule
when, without any winning, a mule
Just ahead of him struck ,oul Its heels
striking the boy on the eye and nose,
both of which are seriously Injured, He
was taken to his home where lie was
attended by Dr. M. J. Shields, who
studied the wound over the nose. It
Is as yet unknown whether the boy will
lose the sight of tile Injured eye.
At the last meeting of the members
of Mlzpah lodge. No. 11.".. Daughters of
Rebekali, the following ofllcers wora
elected and will be Installed nt the
meeting on Wednesday night: Past
noble grand, Susie Nicholson; noble
grand, May Henwood; vice grand, Sa
rah Temby; secretary, Jennie Greens-
lade; assistant secretary, Heglna Ren-'
nlej treasurer, Clara Nicholson; trustee,
Mary Grace Carter.
Mrs. Thomas Solomon and two chil
dren, of Peekvllle, spent yesterday here
Mrs. John Mayne, of Scott road, Is
confined to her home with sickness,
A Thanksgiving and Harvest Homo
service will be held In St. James' 'Kpls
copal church on Thursday morning.
Tiie family of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Prlar, of L street, has been Increased
by the arrival of a Utile son.
Miss Kva Mllanern, of Mala street,
was a Carbondale visitor on Saturday,
Profos'or H. N. Barrett, of Jermyn.
and Profesor Daniel Krlse, of Mayfleld,
took part In the teachers' Institute In
the Powderly schools on Saturday.
Herman Kelfer, of this borough and
Mr, McLaughlin, of Haw-ley, expect
shortly to engage In the butcher busi
ness and Intend opening a store in Jer
myn and one at Simpson.
Niagara Falls, Thanksgiving Day
'Ticket aaents of the Lackawanna
railroad will fell special excursion tlck
etH to Buffalo and Niagara Falls at
rate of $6.95 from Scranton. Tickets
will bo on sale for any regular train
Nov. Hts. and limited for return until
Dec, 3 Inclusive, The new buildings
for the Pan-American exposition, to be
field In Buffalo In isui ure now about
completed and by special arrangement
with the director general, holders of
Lackawanna tickets will be admitted
to the Pan-American grounds Nov, 29
and 30, 'free of charge,
WV iilli'i- line Humlicil DoIIjij ItewarJ fur uj
(.! nf (VitJiili Hut i-innot lc i-mcd by iUI'
I'. .1. L'MKNKV & CO., Toledo. O,
We, tlio uiuloisigncU, liave knouii V, J. Cheney
lot the Ian IS jrart, and Mine lilin xrfi'ftlv
honorable in all liurineui transactions ami flnan.
dally able to cany out any obligations nude
by their linn.
Wt k Tviux, Wholesale DruggUli. Toledo, O.
Waldinir, Kinnan & Maivin, Wholcule Druir
cists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure h taken internally, acting
illicctly upon the blood and umcoua kurta'cm of
the ,lem. Testimonials sent free. Price T3v
per bottle. Sold by all Druk'KUIs.
HJl'g family Pills arc lh bcit.
THE NEW HAVEN COLLEGIANS'
GREAT VI0T0RY, 28-0.
The Gams Was Played on the Yale
Grounds and from Beginning to
End Was an Assured Victory for
the Sons of Ell Hale. Bloomer.
Sharpe nnd Fincke Were the He
roes Scranton High School Defeat
ed Wilkes-Barro 17-0 Games on
Alas, poor Harvard! Where to-dnv
are the warring crimson banners nnd
the flaunting dark plumes of the stef ely
Cambridge university? Once again hns
Vale, dauntless Vale, bull-dog Yale,
rushed upon Its hereditary football
enemy nnd at the end of the gloomy
dismal Saturday afterhoon at New
Haven eleven robust giants wore car
ried about on the shoulders of throngs
ot admiring Yaleslan enthusiasts, while
poor Captain Daly of Harvard, lame
and crippled, looked at the board with
Ha stnrtllng figures of 2S-0, and then
silently turned and led his bruised
and disabled warriors from the field.
It was another case of Yale luck
and Yale pluck, which, reinforced by
Indomitable courage and the strength
of young berserks won the day. From
beginning to end it was a Vale victory.
During almost the entire game the
oval was In Yale's possession and when
Hnrvard did secure the hall, t'was
only to yield It over again. In vain
did fleet-footed Sawln attempted to
circle the ends as he did against Penn
sylvania. The much disparaged Coy
nnd Gould silently and grimly nalld
him In his tracks. In vain did fast
Kendall try to gain, and to no purpose
did Shirley Kills, great line-hucker
that he Is, attempt to plunge through
those Sons of Kll.
'TWAS ANOTHIJK STORY.
Bill when Vale had the pigskin thure
was another story to tell. Perry Hale,
the human locomotive, broke through
the Harvard line with the same case
that he tore to pieces the Prine-Mon
guards and tackles. Bloomer, big
freshman tackle, repeatedly hurled his
weighty avoirdupois forward for big
gains and afforded splendid interfer
ence for the backs. Chadwlck and
Sharpe, the half backs, did splendid
end running und In the aecond half
Sharpe dropped a goal from the field
which added to S'ule's big score.
Quarter-back Finckle put up an ex
cellent game and made a l'5-yard, run
for a touchdown, which was one of
the features of the da v.
At the ends alone Harvard excelled,
both Ha Howell and Campbell doing
wonderful work. Coy and Gould, ot
Vale, however, also did their wrk
well and In the second half, Co made
a long iia for a touch lown. ssrurlrfi
the bail en an nC'ivipted double pass
Tt was Yale's terribly aggressive at
tack which carried all before II. Willi
the exception of Olcott. who left the
game a few minutes before the end
of the second half, all the New Haven
ites who began the game, continued
until the end. But the Harvard men
wevo unable to stand the drubbing and
b"fore the second half jiided Caoiain
Daly had left the game. Shirley Kl!b
was sitting on the side-lines erylng
llke :i child, Saw-in had given way to
Giorasch, and ICaton, Campbell, Hallo
well and Uowditch were nil compelled
to leave the game.
WORST SINC1S 1SSI.
The defeat was the worst suffered
by Harvard tit the hands ot Yale since
1SSI. The line-up of Saturday's game
tfoilld left end 4, Campbell
lUnotncr left tackle ....l.'atptMUi-a.wlon
lliown (.Cipt.) left Kiunl T.eJ, Burnett
Olcott, Holt tenter Sartreant
Shclilun liiiht d n.n il ..llam.ird. KohriK
lisht tackle f.awienre
tight end ..llallunell, ltitlri
quaiter Imrk (f'jpt.) U.ily
left, half li.nk ..Sawln, fiirraxrli
litrhl half bdek Kendall
Hale full back Kills, stilluuti
I'inplrc Paul D.uliicl, Lehigh, lleleree Mat
thew .MeCIuntf. Lehigh. Linesmen,). B. Hall.
Vale; C. O. Swain, Harvard. Timer A. I Whit.
Insr, Cornell. Touchdowns Bloomer, rimke.
Chadwlck, Coy. finals from tone hdowiu Hale, .1.
Goal from field Sliaipe. Seme Yale, 28; Il.tr
.ud, 0. Time 25 minute halves.
In lta last home game of the season
the fast Scranton Hlsh School eleven
Saturday met the team representing
the Wllkes-Barre High School, ami
'demonstrated Its superiority by easily
downing the Luzernites by the score of
17-0. The day was an exceedingly dis
agreeable one and the game was played
In a drizzling rain and hall. The Held
was practically a swamp and the fast
runners of both teams had difficulty lit
keeping their feet.
As a result of this, both elevens de
pended principally upon line plunges
for their gains, and all three ot Scran
ton'a touchdowns were made on
tacklesback formations. Only once
during the entire ufternoon was High
School's goal menaced, and only once
did the WIlkes-Harro men appear to
have the least chance to score. This
occurred towards the end of the first
A series of terrlflo lino drives bv
Wiiisenlluh and Kynon, and clever end
runs by Tropp had brought the ball a
yard from Wllkes-Barre's goal. I There
the Luzerne line held wonderfully and
by mngnlllcent defensive work held the
bcrnntonians for three more downs. In
vain did Klwoocl and Welsenfluh batter
llercely at the guards and tackles.
They held like Iron nwn and It was
On the first play Captain Ooff, in
stead of punting out. which seemed to
ho the proper play, gave his own signal
and by a tierce plunge broke through
the lino and had a clear Hold for a
touchdown, with the exception of
Quarterback O'Uellly, who waited for
nun at the 23-yard line.
The agile, little Wllhes-Uaireau dart
ed over the slippery field as though
running on the best track In the coun
try, eluded O'llellly's dive for him, and
dashed down the field, with the entire
High School eleven In pursuit, On, on
he raced, cheered by the faint hut
plucky plaudits of a few Luzerne
county school boys and school girls,
who were In the grandstand. It looked
like a sure touchdown, but llttlo
Schultz, who had been removed from
center to fullback, brought him down
viciously, after he had traveled elghty
Goff's work waa the feature of
Wllkes-Barre's play, and Tropp and
Welsenfluh excelled for Scranton. The
line bucking of the latter was niagnltl-
cent, and several times, after crashing J
line bucking of the latter was niagnltl
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through, he went down the field for
long gains. Tropp afforded him splen
did Interference on one of these occa
sions. High School scored once In Uie first
half and twice In the second. Towards
the end of the game Walker, the
Wltkes-Bai re fullback, had' ills ankle
Injured and was removed from the
game, AVItt taking his place. The line
up: WllkM-Ha'.re. Seranton.
Brown left end Powell
Sayie left taikle Wchenfltih
Younr I't fru.ird Van florder
I'etrrft renter Stone
Klppler ili; lit K'lard Klwood
WlllliiiiiH right tackle Kynon
llnirus i-iuhl end Vmigli.m
Mosul t right half hack Phillips
(lofT (Capt.) left half bad; .'.. (Cap!.) Tropp
l.utkoy quarter back O'Reilly
Walker, Will full back HlmlU
llefeiw Owen. t'lnphv Weaser. Linesmen
- Itcyrr ami Mmllz. Timekeeper. Patterson and
Sn.vder. Touchdowns V.y nun, 2; Wetaenfluh.
(huls from toiicnnmvn Tropp, 2. Time of halves
- 1.1 minutes.
Hrown University, 8; Syracuse, 0.
Lafayette. IS; Lehigh, 0.
Cornell, 42: Vermont, 0.
Hucknell, 0; Villa. Novu, 0.
Notes of Interest.
John Horan again played halfback
Saturday for Lafayette against Lehigh
and put up a good game.
High School will play at Binghamton
on Thanksgiving and. a large number
of IochI enthusiasts will ucconiDuny
the eleven to the Parlor City. Special
cars will he run and $2.50 will be the
rate for the round trip.
The two Finches, who played the
opposite quai'ter-backs in Saturday's
great game at New Haven, are cousins.
The Stillman who went in at full-back
for Harvard after Kills had been
knocked out is a brother of Yale's
fierce tackle, who did such splendid
aggressive work in tlio nintch.
A dispatch was re.??ived yesterday
from Fordhnm College, agreeing to
the terms offered by the St. Thomas
.College eleven and the tangle In the
previous negotiations Is now happily
at an end. The game on Thanksgiv
ing day will be between Fordham Col
lege, New York, and the strong St.
Thomas College team of this city.
Kadi of these colleges can put on the
grid!! on a first class aggregation of
players and patrons of the game will
be treated to a superior article In the
foot ball line. As considerable ex
pense will be incurred try the local
players it is to be hoped that the at
tendance on the occasion will be un
The funeral of the late David U.
Davis was held from the family resi
dence on Gravity streot yesterday
afternoon at L':30 o'clock. The body
reposed in a handsome black broad
cloth casket over which was draped
the American flog. The funeral ser
vices were" conducted at the house by
Rev. Oeorge Hague, pastor of the
Susnnohanna Streot Baptist church,
who spoke words of consolation and
comfort to the bereaved ones. At the
close of the discourse the remains were
viewed by a large number ot friends
of the deceased. The Itinera! proces
sion which Included the veterans of
the Grand Army of the Kopubllc, the
Spanish-American war and I. O. O. F.
lodge, headed by the I'atrlotic Sons
of America drum corps, of Rcrnnton,
slowly moved to Union cemetery, wherj
final services were held by llev, Mr.
Hague. A salute of three volleys was
fired over the grave. The pall bearor.s
were. Messrs. C. M. Hathaway, Jam's
II. Wllllamsi and Andrew Fnrrell, vet
erans of the G. A. It., George Wllllnm,
John Kvnns and County Commissioner
I'enmnn, members of the I. O. O. P,
Prof. M. W. dimming." delivered an
address on "Civics." at u local teach
ers' Institute at Carbondale on Satur
day. Dr. AV. L. Van Busklrk spent yes
terday at his home In Taylor,
A meeting of the livery men ot
Olyphant. Prleoburg and Peekvllle was
held here Saturday night. A larne
number of new members were admit
ted to the union nnd a scale of price
P, F. McGlnty nnd Mart Hcddlng
ton were visitors at Jermyn yester
day. MUs Ollio Murphy of Blakely was
the guest of Scranton rein Uvea yester
The coal combine has raised the pries
of coul so as to got back the ten per
cent, raise In wages granted the min
ers recently, The beef combine thought
It a good opportunity to Jump the price
of ments so a one cent advance was
ordered but the last combine to come
jiji is the teamsters' combine, Tlui
local leapisiers in u viciiiuy nnv
called a meeting and sent out Invita
tions to nil those who do team work
to attend the meeting, the object being
to draw up a new schedule of prices
for team work. It Is generally under
stood that a much higher rate will
be charged for coal hauling and all
Air, Frank Day anil son, Ilalph, of
Wllkes-Barre, returned home yester
day, after spending a few days with
Sir. and Mrs. Edward Baiber, of Main
Mr. Oscar Dunlap, who ,1s working
at Forest City, spent yesterday In
Mrs. O. It. Tiffany Is III nt her homo
on Alain street.
The Peel; Lumber Co. have secured
itho contract to repair the double
Japan Art Objects
& Co., 124 Wyoming Ave.
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He nor his family of 76,000,226
never eat crow and never will. Tur
key is good enough. We furnish
For thousands ot his family, from
25c to $5.00.
Wear Our Shoes and Enjoy Your
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50 Fine Persian Rugs, $18 to $25
WORTH $S5 XO $50.
In these bargains will be found some Fine Hall Rugs, Kaznk Rugs,
Antique Kurdish Persians and other' nice Rugs. Wilton, Axminslet tin J
Smyrna Rugs and Carpels at Special Reduced Prices.
dwelling house at Jermyn, which was
recently gutted by fire, and a child
burned to death. The building waa
owned by Prugglst XV. S. Bloes, of
Miss Kinma Carpenter spent Sun
day with her sister. Airs. Thomas
Sansenbaugh, of Dunmore.
J, Barrett, 'the Depot street jeweler,
is confined to Ills lied with an acute
attack of rheumatism.
Air. Allies H. Johnson, the obliging
clerk nt the Keystone store, is ill at
his home on South Alain street.
The members of the "Wllf-ou Flro
company rcpiest that their lady
friends meet with them at the hose
house this evening to arrange for a
Stops the Coug'h
and works off the Cold.
Laxative Bromo-Qulnlno Tnblets
cure a cold In one day. No Cure, No
Pay. Price I'd cents.
The funeral of the 7-yoar-old child
of P. (A Walsh, wlu died Saturday
morning of typhoid fever, took place
from Its Mate homo yesteiday after
noon. The funeral was largely at
tended. Interment wits nindo In Oly
phant. Air. AValsh has two other child
ren sick with the enmii disease.
Those are tho nights that the penplo
of this town suffer for tho want ot
Next Sunday the Itlglit Hev, P. J,
Hoban will give confirmation to ubout
?M children nt the St. James church,
Alass will be celebrated every morn
ing this week except Thursday and
Friday, at S o'clock, for the children.
The local t;. Ar. W. of A. 1005, will
hold a meeting at the St. Jamesi hall,
William Brennan announces himself
a candidate of the Second ward for
The Jesstip Dramatic company ban
organized, and will put on "Man and
Alnsk" In the near future.
The Jeasup foot ball team will play
In Jermyn Wednesday,
Jas. Clime, of Starlight, Is visiting
at the Connei-K' residence.
Mrs, Winslow's Soothing Syrup
IIji been used for over I'll'TV VIIAIts 1V
MILLIONS ot MDTIIL'ltS for their L'HILDItKN
WIIII.K TKBTIIIKH. with PKIIr'tiGT SUCTKSS.
it SOOTIIKS Hie CHILD, SOKTK.NS the fiUMS.
ALLAYS all I'AIX; CUIIKS WI.N1) COLIO. ami
is thu L'kt ri-im-il)' for DIMIHHOKA. .v.1,1 by
Ditu:;iiU in cvciy luit of the woilcl. Do tmu
unit ak for "Jim. Wiitilow'k tionlhliu; .Sitip,"
and Wlo du wilier Lin J. Twciltv-lho itiii.i a
When in Doubt
play liinnpj. as the jyliiu Is. if in clotjlit where
to net the licht klml nf miilriwt'.ii. tiv in: v,ih
i-jn't lose, din- Iculrr for this uwk i ;i sil.lC
riJXCKl) (MltMKXT. at 71V., worth ?I,'JJ. W.i
tan gle 50 nuinboii u choose fiom, rintjlnn In
piliu from IS uiiU to . per gainn-nt.
412 Spruce Street.
Try our 10o. collar; nono better nude.
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tcranton and WllUai-Uurra, 14,
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