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THE SCRANTON lltlBUNK- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 3900.
'in Moment HAtitnrAita Hram
And protoct the little
ones by putting a
SPARK GUARD In
front of tho open Are.
FiGvents spftiko from
Hying Into tho room,
nlso keopn the children
fiom rrettiiifr to tho lire.
Mnfio of Tinned Cop
per and lu'ass wire.
Sizes 24 to 36 Inches.
Foote & Shear Co.
119 N. Washington Ave
YOU CAN'T HIDE YOUR TEET
On 'Jliinl 'Kiilnc l)i' 1 piii ff oui bliiion
v II n,M n iimr uppcrim.. In 8tli, purr
mil iiuilitv nui shoo- .iro int whit now irll
iii toil m.n 'i i inuii lditmci ind uu Miould
Hit fnl tu mp II tu Cum in.
DAViES & HURPHY
."30 Lackawanna Avenue.
, ' Pcnn A vcnu;.
A, B WARMAN
THE WEATHER YESTERDAY.
Until hl i f. r VmihI Cl i. 1 VKV
Mr. lust it i ipci.itini , .. f i turrets
! Wtit Ull pi l 1 1 lilt Jt, iltKUCi
s a in 7d yfi cent
o p III 71 I'M l i lit
Mis '-ill Mini, uf I'lniil iM, J., U in tuiwi
n l fi l ll ln
Minium lliilinil I IJnillu' iMinli lilt
I i 1'iii.rhrintni.
Wil'lim II I nuliill, it luu is l.ou'-. uiiv, U
H'"iImiic I li,iiiK-u"Hiii- in iu link.
M 5 MiiijjiiI I Itpiliirk, uf lllu.ikhll ,
I -pi ul IIiihWimiil: with in i lullui
luli 1 itpitiuk. in Ailniii .ulihh'.
1 i ink M. I. nu Ml fn Niu uik (ill mUi
ki. and will tod i.v itno'. (In fool lull u urn
luirtnii I In' ('.nil. It lmllui-, md ( nhiinlili.
Inlm Mihiu will lodu In on,1 01 tluk fpdli
tn ni (ilimilni iimxri-in'-i 1 i-t loot lull n'inii
tif tl c cion it i o. 1 In' Culiili IiiiIiiih
II In t'ii opp iiiu" u mi.
I lie iniiiiin,c of Mis-, Mniut W.il-li, of I'.u-urn-,
iluiKliIci of M ti tin iMi, of llu- will
I I own llrni if (.olden , W.il-li, to Jolm W
ii 1 in. of (lhilnnl, foinuilv of Vmli Siinuion,
11 I iko il.m in i Jlmiiliiuk's ilmuh, I'.u
I, ii, tills liiolliin' ,il M o'tloik.
Ijiiioh (lilliiM, foinnrh ol litis illv, lint for
tU lit tlin i u in of Mullini, Mil, i Iwie on
l liii-Inosi ,trlp Mo upuvpnti, llio Mi'iilic steel
iiimiii of W. II, Hunt Ho iqiotls mm luiuht
iuu-pri.14 for Stilton, nwhu l tmiKiiloiit
loutioii foi Iiiiii.ini-, .in J fouisfii tl I'le
OFFICERS WEIIE NOMINATED.
Fhemen's Relief Association Holds
an Impoitnnt Meeting.
At a mooting of the Plieinen's Itellof
.i"-oeIatlon lield last nlt?ht In the com
jnon cotintll (hninher, thu followiiiR
membois weio uomltiat"(l fur ofllc"-:
ihu electltm to take pluce next month:
For piesldcnt .1. Y. Jloir, of Nny
ukii; lor ico pieslilent. rimli Bonn,
of Centtuy; tor tieasuifr. A. U.
Holmes, of C'nluinhlai; for seuietaty,
W. 1!. lilitley, of Ulieityn, nnd Jtloh
'tul rnii'll, uf William Connclls; for
iustr(.j, AV. W. Simpson, nt LlbcityH,
nnd 1), J Xowmnri, of Utyntals; for
hollcllnr, A. A. Vn-jhtiiff. )
Tho lollnwlntr nominations for iIIh
tilot phyficlniiH weio made: Fiist
disttlft, 11 r. .7, J. .Sullivan: Roeond ills
tilet, Dr. H. 0. Hedduo: Thiiil district,
Fifth dh.U lei, Or, J, I'. AN'nl
lorj SKth dlsulct, Or. A. II. Uern
1511 tli dlHtjkl. lie. .1 V. Lonff.s
l:orj BKtli rtlstilct, Ii.-, A. II. Uern
iluln. The mujuilty of the pieaont of
IUvib and all the phyHleluns weio ru
inmlnitted. I'otor ItiililiiiK. Jr., who wtiH one of
tho delegates to the leeent mnto con
vendon iinil who wiiri on the lliciuen's
relief association committee, stated, in
making a hilof icpoit, that Hcianton'n
nso(.lntnn payu u hlBlier hmiefit to
lis incmbPiH tlian'iiny association in
thi- ftale. Tho local asfaoointlon payu
$; per day, ho said, wheio the author
uf thu hill ilomiliiiKT tho fund to cities
of the thlid chisti, Mr, f'l.noni'y, In
tended that no nioio than " a week
should ht' paid.
This caused a Uttlo treneutl illhcus
Hiou find the opIUon was Kuerully
rvpiosscd that a hlf? accident t a
flic, injiuiiib", 'y hfleon or twenty
in n, would come ptetty near banlt
i lifting tlio usboelatlon.
N U. J, Newman brought up the ipies
tlon of tho Firemen's Exempt lit II,
now pending hefoio tho JeelBlature,
and at tho Huugest'on of A. Ii, Holmes
tho followiiiK committee was appointed
to beo tho menibeis pC tho leglslatmo
nnm this pait of tlio Mute and en
deavor to havo them use their In
Ihicnco In Fcurlntr the passage of the
measure; V. J, Newman, A. D, Holmes,
k mm " ftllli
vr SfrJI IT l Til r 4 rJjf jrauar
Voter Ttobllnsr, Jr., W. Simpson nmt
V.. A. Connor.
A coininlltee coiihIsIIiie: of V. .! Now'
man, W. W, Hlinpsnii tititl Albert 15n
vis wno nppolnted tit nudlt tho Iroolti
of the nqtoclnllnn for Hip nst year.
Tho follow lni; claims wpip ouUuvil
paid! I.oiiIh Maycv, of Uelleft, :S!
.Incnb Pries, of Hellrf", 1l! 0. It. Huj'
tlntii, of Nay AUrh, ?IG; A. 1j. IjK 'it
PREPARING FOR CARNIVAL.
Advance Sale of Seats Promises to
Be Veiy Large.
MNt Mildred Holland, uf "The Power
Hclilnd the Tin one," lias Islndlv nl
Imved tlii' Opera-Cai nival east( the
IiiIvIIpru of the theatre for a lehrarsitl
on Kildny. It Ii n cottrtrsy mo'st av
proolaleil and will irreatly facilitate
tlif work of the week.
The (jieat demand for ticket1 H still
noted. The diagram will open tomor
row liioinlnK, and It 3 cvpectcd I hut
nn iintu'ecedenlud rush will lie chron
leli'il. Many people propose to attend
both peifoimances, nnd thus the mati
nee promises also to be crowded.
Tho young people uie devoting every
moment to the preparation of thu
opera. Mr. ami Mrs. T. II. Wntklni,
who nia entprtnlnlnjj Mri. Dixie, throw
oneii their music inntii evoiv afternoon
to the lehcnrsalo, while Uuernsry hull
is employed at nlfiht.
MURRAY CLAIMED TO
BE OFFICER'S VICTIM
Aged Man Sweats Out Wanant for
tho Arrest of Policeman McAn-
diew, of Olyphant Borough.
Paliick Murray, an S3-yoar-old man
yesterday swore out a warrant before
Alderman Millar for the arrest of Pa
tolman John McAndrow, of the police
foico of Olyphant hoiotigb, whom he
t barged with nsault and battery and
vlth the tobbeiy of $7. Special Ofli
ci r Bjer, of Aldprmnn Millar's conn,
served the wnti.uit and McAndrew en
tfied ?r.or ball before Justlcp of the
IVnip Ciimmliigf, ot Olvphant.
VIiii-i.iv claims th.it thu assault and
inbbeiy took placp Friday, Nov. 2, In
the Olyphant council chamber, which
lie had been uslntr as a lodging plncp,
and that atler the commision of the
ci line, the blue-toat limped Pel ion
upon Oss.i by putting him in a bor
ough pilson cell. He spent two weeks
in the Lackawanna hospital, as a ie
milt of ihp as.atilt. Jlmi.iy Is a veiy
well ptesei-ved old man, nnd has a de
cidedly patriarchal appeal .line. Long
wliilo hall tails to his shoulders, nnd
his beard i.s of a snowy hue, which,
witlt his smnll, lather jocose face,
nil twinkling little ojes, tomind one
decidedly of tho famous Kip Van
Winkle. He told the following stoiy
to :i Tribune m in yestcrdnv af tei -noon,
legartllng the afiaii:
"I hap been llins with my snn-ln-l.iw,
Thomas McHale, of P.lakely, hut
nbout a month ago I hsd a falling out
with him. which lcsulted in my lea
ing his house nnd going to Ql. pliant.
Tlieie I was gien permission' bv Mc
Hnle to 'sleep in the council loom.
"I used this for a few nights anil on
Friday, Nov. L McAndrew came up to
me md ginbbed me by tho colll.tr. lie
led mo into the council loom, closed
the door tightly and asked me for mv
money. I h.id a bill and a $J bill
tied up In my shiit. and when he asked
me for it, I looked at him hnid an" h.iid
Aie you going to iob me, John?'
"You old .' be answeied,
'I'm taking caie of you and I ought
to got .something for it.' Ho took mv
monov away then, and when I tiled
to get it back, he knocked mo down,
tin owing me with lots of force. He
then put me In one of the cells, but
1( fl .i dooi open, tluough which I es-
i-iped. I came heie then, and went to
'i Lackawanna hospital, wheie for
i eeks I lemaincd, leeeivlng tto.it-
t for my injuiies.
' .ist Satin dav afternoon I went to
hotiH'. and tlieie 1 mot McAndisw
.i!n. I had tiouble In getting to the
lour even, became lm has an ugly
ilii,. which was stationed Mist at the
u.ir and tlien tho fiont door to keep
me off. At last, by the aid of .some
nelgnhott.ftj was able to speak to Me
Andiew, and when he saw me he called
out, 'If you do not go away fiom here,
1 w ill shoot you.' "
Minr.iv actiuainted Mm. Duggun.
uient of the a.ssoclatotl chaiities with
his htoiy, and yesteiday afternoon Al
deimnn Millar was visited nnd the
win i ant wab isMied.
McAndicw has been ldenlilied with
the Olyphant police for some time,
and is ety well known in the bor
ough. MONOLOGUIST HOWE.
Delighted a Fine Audience at St.
Luke's Parish House.
A house ciowded to the doors gieeied
Willaid D. Howe last nislu at St.
Luke's Parish hall in tits nuinologu"
"An Anieiican Citir.cn," adapted by
L'dwaul It. Hlllot. It is much of a, ilsk
to attempt to give mi entire play as a
monologue and hold nn audience, but
It Is to the cvci lasting ciedlt of Mr.
Howe, the billliaut young man whose
native home is West Pittston, that ho
purfoinied tills feat and w cm led no
one. Ho Impeisonatcd ten chnracteis
timing ttis evening and incidentally
told a climating love htory in vomica
tlon with unfolding of the plot,
"An Ameileun Citizen" Is a tihtmph
of patriotism, love and honor and It
Is no wonder that It should bo a lilt as
.staged. Mr. Howe's delineation mudu
It fascinating pluy, full of interest nnd
Intense diainntln feeling, It is sufe to
predict for hhn a gieat futtue in thu
di umatln Held.
Nut the least delightful part of the
piogiammo weio the superb musical
uumboi.H furnished by Hciauton's gift
ed violinist, and by Miss Coidellu Fiee
mun and Miss Illnckimin. Miss Free
nuin was never Jienid In better voles
and hho snug that most exquisite
"ChntihonPiovoncalo'' with iaie sweet
ness, CVlisn Allen's woiideiful Nlolln nnm
beirf woio eucoied with eicatest on.
thuslnsin. She gave a Chopjn-S.iiasntv
aiiangement with u ikhness of touch
and color unsurpassed bv any of the
-it pievlously heuril from her in
loh lllackman is not only an Ideal
id'onipmilst, hut her solo woik lust
ull'lit wus maivelously flue, It Is uul
dom that three tu lists aie heard whose
talents nieho uniformly well dlsti Unit
ed. Tho enteitalnment was In every
tespect o, gieut success.
Spend Your Evenings Profitably,
Young men and women who are em
ployed during the day should qualify
themselves to earn larger tjularica by
spending' their evenings nt the Scraa
ton Business College night school.
WORK OF ALL KINDS TO BE
Delft waie nnd Hudson Mines Will Be
Shut Down All Day nnd Those of
the Delawaie, Hackawnnna nnd
Western Company from Noon on.
Most of tho Shops and Factoiics
Will Alio Be Idle for the Day An
nouncements of Today's Events.
The Union Sei vices in Chinches.
Today will be generally ohseive.l
throughout the city and the uirlous
local industries, with a few exceptions,
will be closed down. Tho day will lie
one ot lest and woikmen nil over
Meianton will bo allowed to eat their
Thanksgiving tuikcy with their fam
ilies nnd spend the entlie pcilod In
quiet and lesplte fiom woik.
The mujoilty of tlie big nianufaclui
ing eHtabllshmentH will give their em
ployes a day off and most of the coal
companies have giimted the mlnctit
either the entlie or half a day.
The Delawaie and Hudson flnltrond
company Issued ordeis Mondnv to all
their mine Rtipcilntcndents to Infoim
the men that they will not be expected
to report 'for work. During the past
eight or nine years an attempt has
been made but once to Induce the men
to work on Thanksgiving and the le
milts In attendance on that fateful
Thursday caused a mental resolution
on the pait of the coal department
authorities to make a habit of giving
At the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western collleiles the men will woik
until noon nnd during the lest of the
day will be free. The yardmen, how
ever, will woik throughout the day
and In tlio car shops the employes will
be busied during the morning only.
At the Dickson wotks the entlie day
will be observed and the Scranton Nut
and Holt woi ks will also be closed
during the twenty four hours. Mill
hands will not repoit for work until
Filday and the only notable exception
to the geneial rule of granting a day
oft will be tlio Lackawanna lion nn I
Steel company, whose men will work
during the w hole day.
The First and Jackson Stieet Ltp
tist chinches, Plymouth Congicga
tlonal and Hampton and Simpson
Methodist Kplscopal chinches, und
AVashhuin and Sumner Avenue Pies
byteiian churches, all of West Scran
ton. will unite in .i union set vice at
lO.oO this morning In the Plymouth
Congieg.itional chuieh. Tlie following
is the piogratume:
IiitOLitioii l!r. JIiuiiiw ili d'luiln, II. 1)
nciililip of 1'mi.liinilioii
ltd. J. 11 su,.,,, ) ,
I'ruer Km. - I". litlicu
(ciiiujii liiv. limes HmiiliuiT, I'll 1)
inruiiu fu . W t.. Itn. II. . lliI
Tlieie will be a seilce in the .Sec
ond Piesbjteilan chinch lliis nioin
Ing ut 10:30 when the pastor, Uev.
.'. H. noblnson. will deliver an ad
diesH on "The Patiiot's Dream." The
following pi ogi amine of music will be
Oi'in imlmk' , Uiiluis
iiIIi;iii, "0, r.oul How .M uiiiulil ' IIiuiIj.i
I'liukllc .inJ Chun.
Qiiirtilli', "Ittjuicv in the koiil" LaiiiiiiR
Mi'spi Phc!, and Cauimi, .Mo-is Cii'l
OlTinco, antlitiii, "Coil'n Ituunliful tinoil-
lii"v' IJticiUtlo ami Choir
OiRan tiostluUc Kullinant
I M (li.illd', oi'init .mil iliucioi.
ltev. ItoberL F Y. Ploue, D. D.. will j
hold a uceptlou for the bojs and ghli
ot the I'enn Aenue Dnptist chuieh
and Sundnv school and the Ameiman
Memoiial Sunday cliool, at tlie pnr
lois of the ienn Aenuo chuieh today,
fiom 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
In cousequence of the huge number
who may attend, the Invitation will
Include the young people from
S to IS yeats of age. Each
young peison Invited is piivlleged to
f"ctend the invitation to one young
ft lend, who will accompany them to
The young ladks of tlio Ciieen Uldge
Prcsbyteilan chinch will give a can
tata, "The Meny Milkmaids," in the
chuieh pailois tonight. The ung
ladies who will take the solo parts tuo;
Miss Jc-sie Polhemus, queen; Miss
Minnie Peclc, Doiothy: Miss Daisy
l'euy, Monica, tho foitune teller:
Miss HHzabeth Palmer, Ituth; Miss
Hthel Shoemaker, Janet; Miss Jessie
favhine, Juanitn; Miss Maiy Greeley,
Margeiy, Gieer Paike will sing the
tlual pints of coimnodoie and beggar,
ami Fied Clunster those of doctor and
At lO.yo o'clock this niuinlng tlieie
will be a union seivlce In the Penu
Avenue Baptist chinch in which tho
congregations of that chinch and nt
the Hhn Paik Methodist Hpiscopnl,
(liuce Uvangellcnl Lutheian and
Oiaco Hefoimed chinches will Join.
The sermon will bo preached by Hew
Dr. Hobiut F. Y. Pleice, pastor of the
We offer fat No. i, Mack
erel at ioc; value ic.
Norway Bloaters, Mackerel,
large, finest fish imported.
Finest Cod, (without a
bone) packed in 3 lb boxes,
Cream Cod, desicated, 10c
Boneless Herring, in glass
ioc. Euglish Smoked Bloat
ers, Kenebeck Smoked Sal
mon, New Lobsters,
E. G. Coursen
Best Goods for Least Honey,
I'enn Avenue tliipllst chuieh, nnd the
choirs ot that chinch nnd the Klin
Pai It will tender n special piogmmma
ot music, now beliitf prepnied by Pro
fessor linjdn lvnns.
The hour ot the Union ThnnHsglvlur
service nt the Oieen Illdge Pre.sby
leilan ohm eh Is 10.30, n hnlf hour eai
llor than lust year. The Asbur
Methodist, Clieen Kldgp Unptlst nnd
Primitive Methodist and Oreen Illdge
pastors ami congregations unity In
this service, and the pator ot the
Oiecn Uldge Presbyterian church,
Hew Mr. Lansing, preaches the ser
mon. The publics also, outsktci these
congregation!, will he very welcome.
Following Is the nrogiuiumc of llw
T'nlon Thnnksglvlng service which will
be held this morning In the Providence
Methodist l'ptscopal chinch: Muslo by
Methodist cliolr: Scripture read, by
Rev. S. O. Holding. D. D., of the bap
tist church; pinyer, by lluw It, V.
Clymrr, of the Clnlstlnn eliuteh: ni
ninn, by ltev. It. J. Heese, of tho Puri
tan Congiegntlonnl chinch.
The Thanksgiving service nt tho
Flist Presbytoilan chinch this morn
ing will begin nt 10.M o'clock. Rev.
James McLcod, D. D., the pnstor.wllt h"
assisted by his In oilier, ltev. Thomas
B. McLcod, D. D ot Uiooklyn, who
will picnch the seimon. Tho choir
bus made special preparation for tho
occasion nnd everybody Is lnit"d.
Ill the Hlckoiy StlCPt Baptist
church there will be thuo Tluinksglv
Ing meetings. A tegular pet vice will
be held ai lO.HU In the morning, at
which the pasloi. ltev. .T. C. Schmltt,
will speak, and shoit services will b
conducted In the nftornocm at L'.'!')
o'clock and In the evening at T.::o.
Sei vices will be held this morning
In the Hlckoiy Street Oeiman J'ics
byteiian churcli nt 10.:!0 o'clock. Ho v.
V, A.,Nordt will speak on "c Ite
setveth Unto Us the Appointed Weeks
ConllmiMl mi I'.ikp 0.1
Car Inspector Was Killed by Being
Crushed Tinder Train's Wheels
While Attempting to Save
I"i ed A. i'gan, of Hemlock stieet, :i
Delawaie, Lackawanna and Western
luilroad car inspector, was killed yes
teiday morning at the Lackawanna
station by being stiuck by a passenger
tiain while making an attempt to save
the life of a passengei.
It octuiied about 11.30 o'clock. Kgan
was standing on the station platform
talking with a friend as the passengei
tiain st.it ted to pull nut. At that mo
ment an unknown man came i tinning
out on tlie platform and stinted lor
tlie tiain. He made a jump for tho
second cai's step, but missed it, and
had he not letalned his giasp pn the
handle would time tallon beneath the
Kgnu inn to his aid and .succeeded In
lifting him onto the step. Just as h
dW so, however, he himself slipped and
fell under Hie wheels. Four cais
passed oer and painfully mangled hi.,
body, sevei ing it at the abdomen.
Tlio lemains were n-moved to C'u
slek's morgue, where they weic jes
teiday afternoon viewed by Cot one
Roberts, who decided that an inquest
was unnecessary. Hgnn was a mar
lled man and lived on Hemlock stieet,
South Scianton. The ftmei.il will bo
held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon,
with sei vices at the German Presby
THEY TOOK THE KABBITS.
And Then Invited the Man Who Was
the Loser by the Operation.
John C. "Welehel ow lis the Gaiety the
atie building, on Spiuce street, and
lives on the thlid floor himself. He Is
ti meat fiiend of tho membeis of the
1'iystal Hose company, w lioe quaitets
aie next door. If he was not, theio
woTild have been moic than a little bit
of tumble lust night.
He lecenilv setuincd fiom a hunt
ing expedition, bilnglng with him fif
teen uibbits, which he hung out of the
side window of his home. The Oijstnl
boys t spied them last night, and .i
daring scheme to kidnap the whole lot
Scaling lttddeis weie piocuieil, and It
wasn't half an hour befoio tlie above
mentioned fifteen labblts wou stewing
In a. big kettle at Zenke's icstatuant,
on Peun avenue, nnd sending up a ino.tt
When thev weie well looked, the
membeis of the 1'iystal company gatli
eied about the festive boaid and sent
for Mr. Weichcl. Ho took tlio whole
affair good-huinoiedly, and enjoyed the
delicious stew as well as anyone of the
paity, which consisted of the following
membeis of the company: Chuiles H,
Tiopp, Heniy Hlncs, Kdwaid Coleman,
T. Fahienholt, Leon Hush, C. It, Illne
llue, fieoigo Hobllng, II. Ulkci, T. Cal
lahan, Gcoige Connots, 31. McMunus,
Geoige Decker, Fiauk Seho'l. D. J,
Slowe, John C. "Weichcl, H. Woolsey.
PINE WINDOW DISPLAY.
One of the Best Ever Sesn in This
Of the many strikingly oilglmil show
window displays mnde by Connolly &
Wallace, the most unique one was yes
teiday disclosed to the view of p.issois.
by. The south window Is devoted to
the stent hook collection, neatly classl
fled und nitlstleally airangcd. In the
center of the dlbplay stands a beautiful
llguio, most exquisitely duiped (is "The
Goddess of Llteiuture," On either side
aio bookcases diapod In heautlful color
Tho noi th wlnduw contains a very
lenllhtlo foot hall scene fiom the Coi-.niill-Unlvcrslty
of Penusjlvnnla game
at Philadelphia, toduy, A nuniber of
flguies lepiesentlng the playois nu In
a nilxed-up mass In tlio center of tho
window. Tho scene itiircseiits a down
with live yards tu sain. Two beauti
ful female llgutcs, tastefully diaptd in
tlio lespectlvo college colois, stand in
tho bmkgiound, holding aloft Pennsyl
vania and Cornell peiutnis. Tlio woik
wus done bv C, W, Huilbut, who de
terves to be btyiod the piemiei window
detorntot of the Ilnftcd States,
Por Pancy Dress Photographs
Tho Gold Medal Studio offern uno
celled facilities for both comfort and
charming lesults. The commodious
diesslng rooms heated to Just tho
light tpinperatuie aio piovided with
eery toilet jequlblte nnd, like thu
opeiatlng ukuii, mo absolutely frte
Pig Boast Dinner
At the Speedway Hotel, fiom 7 to 9
p. m. today.
CRASH IN THE
CHARLES SINGER OF CLARK'S
He Is a. Btnkcmnn nnd Was in a Ca
boose Which Was the Central rig
ure in tho Wreck Which Wns
Caused by a Pushor Tlie Injtned
Man Wa3 Taken to tho Moses Tay
lor Hospital He Was Bndly
Biuised and Suffets fiom Shock.
Condition Not Seiious.
f'liailes Singer, of Hulk's Stiniiult,v,n
Lnckawnnnn biakcmnn. was taken tu
the Moses Taylor hospital oaily this
moinlng with his hip badly Injutcd, as
the icsiilt ot a wicck In tho aid at
12.10 o'clock. 'Slngor was the occuimnt
of the caboose of tialn No. 8i!3, which
was stiuck by the engine of tialn No.
S30, which hitter train was being pio
pelled by a pusher.
The caboose was tlausfoinicd Into u
mass of btoken bonids. and No. 830's
engine was partly thiown olt the Hack,
but was leudjiisted in short time.
The accident occtn led In the vatd,
dhectly opposite tho station. Doth
trains weie out-bound, the Hist, No.
S.U, In charge of Conductor John Gnti
ghan, consisting ot fifteen coal cars,
and the second, No. S'iO, In chniee ol
Conductor W. LtiUnr, being made up
of thirty coal cais. No. SJO was being
.shoved along by a pusher, and acquir
ing u high guide of speed, collided with
the forwaid caboose with gieat foite.
SltiKer was caught in tho mass of
tlmbciM, and wns extilcated bv the
crews of both tiains and cnriled Into
the baggage loom, while a nuniber ot
men proceeded to clear the lucks.
The Moses Taylor homital Was noti
fied of the accident and Dr. Cainachan
itsponded with the iimbulunce. Singer
was taken to the institution, and It was
tlieie seen that no bones weie bioken,
but he was badly bruised and his sys
tem had silffeied a severe shock.
IS NOW A MONSIGNOR.
Honor Confeired Upon Veiy Rev. E.
A. Garvey, of Pittston.
Veiy Uev. Eugene A. Gnivcy, icar
genual of tho Diocese ot Scianton and
lector of tln St. John's church, Pitts
ton, was honored yesterday by Ibelng
appointed a domestic prolate by Pope
l.eo. Jit. ltev. Dishop Hobin received
lioni Home the hi let containing the
The office caules with it tlie dcgiee,
Monslgnoi, with the title, ltight llev
eiend. The oliice i.s an honoraiy one,
anil this is the Hist time that tlie honor
has come to the Scianton diocese. It
entitles the holder to wear the purple
ol a bishop.
Dishop Hobau jeslcidtiy announced
the following changes among the tier
gv of tlie Scianton diocese: ltev. John
O'Donnoll, asslslant priest at Holy
Cioss cbui ch, Hcllevuc, transfened to
assist Hev. leather Fagan at Great
Bend; Hev. John McLaughlin, acting
pastor nt Taylor dining absence or
ltev. J. P. Mollltt in Huiope, comes to
tin cnlhcdul, for a while; Hev. Thom
as Mislckl tonics fiom Heading to as
sume chaige of the Lithuanian Polish
c ongiegation at Fieolnnd.
ANOTHER SPEAKEASY CASE.
John Moian Fined S75 foi' Selling
Without a License.
John Moian was jesterduy ai tested
by Mounted Officer Joseph Bloch,
tlmiged with keeping a speakeasy at
the comer of Ciieen Illdge street and
Nay Aug acnuc. Tlio mayor had ie
celved numeious complaints regaiding
this place, and he finally decided to
send two of his detectives out to in
vestigate. They testified jesteulay at the hear
ing that they had putt based a com
plete assoitment of Intoxicating thinks
.it the place, including whiskey, beer
and porter. Moian, who was Intoxi
cated himself, oUeied no dclense, and
the mayor actoulingly lined hnn $75
and tosts, which he had not paid at a
late limn last night.
Ceiemony Was Pel formed Yesteidny
at Elm Park Faisonnge.
ltev, Dr. C. M. Gltlin, of the F.lm Park
Methodist Dpiscojial chinch, yesterduy
uiitiilcil Albeit H. Schlager, of this
city, to Miss Nina B. Abbott. The cere
mony was a quiet one and was per
foinicd at tho Dim Paik paisonnge.
The bridal couple weie accompanied by
.Mr. Hi'hlnger, who Is engaged In the
iciil eslate and Insuianie business, is
veiy well-known in the city. Mi. und
Mrs. Schlager will leslde on Pino stieet.
Let us unite in giving thanks for
all things considered.
We le.tllv have much very
much to be thankful for,
Today is our third anniversary,
we have passed through another
very successful yeai , and we trust
When the sluuiy Puritan fathers
on Saturday, December y, 1620,
tirst celebrated Thanksgiving, they
were devotedly grateful, Today,
nearly 280 years later, this glad
nation will raise its voice in one
mighty unison ol thankfulness.
Never in its magnificent history
has this nation had so much to be
thankful for. And this storebusier
better and brightler than ever
joins in the national spit it of
That carry weight full dinner
pail, full value, full qvality.
Value and quality are our cam
paign motto always. Just-look
at this :
Wines and Whiskies
From 5oc to $2 Per Quart, at
Wholesale Liquor Dealers, 216 Lackawanna Ave.
Afternoon Function nt the Home of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmes Archbnld.
Mr. and Mi. .Tiunes Aielibnld enter
tulned Infm mnlly yesteidny ni'teinoon
nt tlielr home, im Jefferson n untie, In
lienor of Jlr. nnd .Mrs. J. J. Albilslil,
of Unffulo. ,
JIis. Ilinty Uelln, jr., nnd JIin. a.
M. Decker pieslded ut the Inlilc In the
dlnliiff loom. Anion?? the Indies who
ilMlsled dniliiR the leeeiitlon weie Mis.
It. Q. Powell. Mis. It. W. Aiehlmld,
Mi. ('. II. WollfM. MIsh Uelln, Miss
Hunt, Miss Ilonnell, Ml-a Mel.eod,
"Less Than Four Weeks Until
AcraiditlK to Hohl level's Ilminw. net
tlnu dnngerously ne-ir the lime when
the Gold Modnl Photographer will Ijn
rompelled to say, "Sorry, but T cannot
pimnlsse the photos for Ghilstmas jou
hnuld have come In last week."
Has Invouibly Impressed the lovei.s ot
nilislle iihotoginphy, If the lmge num
ber oidered Inst week at Scln level's
Is a lelinble Index to public appteola
Young men should reallt that It
costs less to spend their evening's at the
Seinnton UiiMncss College night school
than It does to .spend them on the
Full Time Today.
B l'tilmlio Wile fiom The Assochtdl I'icy.
lliilcton, I'a , No. SS. MI t!u rolliciiM 111
tlie IIj1c1oii kiooii, .!th tlir cucptiuii of tho-
I'peiiliil liy 0. U MiiMe & Co, will lit woikPil
on full ittiio tomuriiw. In fuuuu ljis woik
t Rmimulcd at tlio iiiinci oit 'Ihtii'iiMiii;
ilj, but this fill tlicii U sudi a lu iliuiiuil iur
toil tint lliu holiday 'Ull not be ohscncil
The greatest commercial
economist in the world today.
Compared to any necessary
investment in business,
Residence and Commercial
rates at a moderate cost.
TELEPHONE AND SUPPLY CO
JtaiiafCCi'i ofhu', 117 Admit atenue.
We beg to state that the most
lecent Pianotortes by tlie Mason
& Hamlin Co. contain points of
constructional superiority (fiom a
scientific and acoustic point of
view) which lender them second
These instruments aie on exam-
ination and sale at the waierooms
L. I POWELL Ii CO,
131-133 WA3HINQTON AVENUE
OrfU tdictnl now, iphchciI u.itil f hilat-
JUST ONE TO A
Friday, Nov. 30
lliiGiikh Ihu iiior uf lliu sliinnlnir ili.
p.iltmciit of a -Ni.w u. huu.n u hnn
U((i(d an oicislnck of Ii iiidaoino u-
"WVI1 thin llioni bail,"- wa wind
Tin' Uoilor icpllnl: "I won't u tuo
fiilkht; Mil l lion nut in sciantui ut
50c a piece
Vim niiht hi line vduimIi foi bilii-' late
if )ou don't 'il mil.',
Gruener 6v Co.
205 Wyoming Avenue.
Pierce's Market, Penn Avenue
I'o lii.-uio inoumt dilhciy and n-,t ikm1i i0
would 4 -pec l.illv luim'tt Hut 'IIuiiUkIiIiu '
ilcrs he lift i uli. Hut stixk, ut luiithliii; llu
liuil.it alluld.-. is (uinpliti.
rtlI"l,lltV-'lhauli;lilii',' ronltn nctfi was tj
nlte as IhU Ji'a i mil will lm tultl t urv n-J-smible
pil iJ. t'lluj. Ci a nl i nk', l.ittuii',
ILulldus, 'pluadi, I mlilloiMr, lliaiis, 'tomato,.
U;oplant, Ciuuiubiti,, etc.
I rulli., Ojktii", I Mi-lu (ait we can 1111 .tour
ouli i' lot tin- lunipkte dlnmi, luiiiuu'iiiliit," Willi
IIluc I'olnti on llu' hilt flu II tu tlii; ili'iwit.
W. H. Pierce,
It Ltckiwtnni Ax.
110, III, lit Peon At
- - s it
1-.Z .. I
Don't get scared
, 1 lT 4
0 it s a muffler, and X
0 dressy one. Anew o
creation ior the o
winter of 1900-01. g
Ask to see it at x
X 305 Lacka. Ave. s
Residence Clay Ave-
Lot So feet front by
160 feet deep.
FRUIT, SHADE TREES, BARN
One of the finest res
ident properties in
A. N. KERR,
129 Wyoming Avenue.
The Popular Hauscfurnlahlnt Storo
fur tlio Iiirc nifiMiii' of pnlion
ni lirstDWod tipuii our ".lui. by
a .ciiitoim lliotuli fxittinz ii'b
li, Ui lie 1I1111U11I that tliii
jppini il Ii h linn Hi' lu-iiH ot
.111 larm-ir i llutl to pioWdn our
IHUUllH Willi Olll till' li't of
IiOIIHO (1111111.11111 ptoduol- ml
llinllv Mo'rc thnilvfiil Hi it our
Ktuttlll pumlU 1 luuuusi) uf btl
ter 1U1111 111 tlio ji 11 before tu.
tlOIIU CLO'sKU 10D.VY.
Footc & Fuller Co.
140-42 Waslilneton Ave.
Today we follow the
custom of our Puritan an
cestors and join in the na
tional spirit of Thanksgiving
This store, bigger,
busier, better and
brighter than ever will
be closed all day.
Accept this good will
Now good digestion
waits on appetite, and
health on both."
Christmas is just around
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