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THE SOU ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1001.
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SIDE OF LIFE
REVEALED BY LECTURER LOU
Sxcellent Tftlk In the Plymouth Con
rjregatlonal Church Last Evening
oy a Man Who Takes a Bright
View of Things Generally Vac
cination of Chlldien St. Bien
den's Prize Diawlngs Funeral of
, Mrs. Powers School Deposits.
Other Notes and Personals.
Tlio lectuic Riven by I.011 .1. lie.au
tliaiiip at tln Plymouth CoiigrcKntlntiul
tliurcli last evening xinn one of the
pest Heats of ItH Klml ever ele'llvi.ied
ioforo 11 West Srianlem uiulli'fict", timl
t x'an u jitty tlmt mirh u t-nxnU audi
Mice xan picsciiL to listen to mich a
-Mr. lkMiu chump does nut ipoii to
luclcnl Jokes anil miiilei-paper ayliij;s
K amuse his audience, lmt kIvps a
legitimate. Inspiring and upllftlm
practical talk on events of ovcry-duy
life. Intcijoctcd with his own Ijiluht
lie told how m.my a gloomy home
ran lt mudp bright and olireiful liy
lin)ly opening- tho "fiont purloi" to
llio children and other membera of the
family, Instead of keeping It locked up
for "company only." lllt udvleo to
DaivntH is to give their chlldien the
freedom of speech and comfort In the
home, especially on rainy days and
I Id them In their researches for lenoxvl
tdgp and mateilal thing's.
In Hpcaklng about love, the lecturer
Vald It xvuh the "only good thing In
Ihls country not controlled by a tuiBt,"
und xxus surprised at thu l'atnlllatlty
of his auditors when he cracked some
jfoml Jokes about playing cards, Ho
t otildn't understand how the ( hureh
p"oplp understood so avcll about
"Iead," "ordering up," "passing,"
''r.ilslng the nnte," etc.
Ills advice to young men wiii to get
married and settle down, unless they
me In debt, nnd then it would be ad
visable to settle up. To the joung
women he said they should guard
against tlio companionship of men who
hip addicted to drink, as it Is the step
ping stone to their downfall, disgrace
There should be mote of the inother
love in the hearts of dilution than Is
now evident, and the men and women
Mith clean hands, clean he.uts and
I'lean soula are the ones -who aie ic-
1 and COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
TSie Last Bargain Call
Prom Our Cloak Department
Inventory is over and we've reached tbe final clean-up
fitage, at which former bargain prices count for noth
ing, and new and final reductions are established, al
though the cold weather garment season is not yet
halt over. These
Coats for Ladies, Misses and Children
Are Allot This Season's Production
And are strictly high class in every particular. There
is no trash in our cloak department, and not a single
garment which we cannot absolutely guarantee to give
the fullest satisfaction in the hardest kind of service.
Keep this fact in mind, and remember that in the prices
quoted below, we are contrasting recent bargain prices
with new bargain prices, in which the final cut of the
season has been made.
A Few Bargain Illustrations:
At A full line of Children's Coats, ranging from 4 to 13 years,
(9 Qft xn a" tho fashionable materials, Including Fine Kerseys, and
"P"0 made in top-notch styles with the best of trimmings. All
the good shades, such as Castors, Reds, Blues, Browns,
rtc, are represented and former bargain prices ran from $3.98.
Your choice now at 2.98
At Missei' -Coats, sizes 14 and 16 years, in all the leading ma
n3 Oft terials and popular colorings, Some have smait velvet
f-?"a- collars, others full storm collars, which all have tbe trims.
:r trappings, strappings, which the most exacting votaiies of
Jrtshion insist on. These are as well tailored as skilled labor can njake
j1iem and former bargain prices were from $4.08 to $b.
I he final call bargain pflce is 3.98
. At, A beMfful line ot Udies' Stylish Coats in various shades
V AO o" ctor bnly. They are full silk lined, elegantly finished.
J-t.'-t-V of.etfcelleht quality, and the size list is complete. The for
. j mer price was $6.40, and they were an attractive . .
tiering at that figure, The final call bargain price is 4.49
n and the ady who buys coat at that price gets the biggest bargain we
At A Jine of handsome Coats for Ladies, formerly advertised
& -dO.'" ',oa Tneco,ors iuclude black, blue and castois. La
-Pu,,7:: dies who appreciate a really smart, medium weight gar-
v?.r"'rnent, with lots of style to it. will appreciate this ofl'eiing,
and we anticipate a quick clean up in this lot.
At : A lojo'f. distinctively High Grade Coats for Ladies' Winter
Qf Oft' vWear' w' nolcned r storm collars, very beM satin lining,
iPK3yo 'and tailored to perfection. The variety ol trims includes a
tf wide selection, and the colors are black, blue or castors.
These same' coats Were advertised as a baigain at $1000, and .
wert.cheap at that figure. The final clean up price is 6.98
1 Globe Warehouse 1
ipilred In eveiy walk of life. In advis
ing the joung people along the llnu of
nuilrlage, ,Mr. Ueallchanip told the
boys to study the girls In the morning
moie than the evening, when they aie
madeup to uln his heart and hand.
They generally appear natural about 9
a. m., he said, and the girl who Is un
tidy in her dicss In the morning will
make an undesirable wife.
In telling them "how to pop the
question," lie said that It was not nec
essary for men to go down on their
knees any more, ".lust take hold of
them around the waist with the left
arm, keeping the light arm flee for tin
eiueigency, and then u-k them 'will
thou,' and in nine cases out of ton she
will wilt every time," he mih.
In i losing, the lecturer gave some
excellent advhe to all, especially the
mm i led ones, advising them to seek
happiness and contentment In their
homes, Instead of mlsgltlngs nnd petty
squabbles, "l.uugli oer your tumbles,"
lie said, "and piny oor ,our cares."
Vaccinating the Chlldien.
Dm Ing the past week !!S4 ihlldieii
weie vut'flnuU'd at the West Hide hos
pital, or an aveta'ge of H!S pr day for
the thiee days worked. The directors
and attendants at the hospital found li
nei.ess.uy to discontinue the work on
account of the people who sought five
vaccination for their chlldien who weiu
well able to pav thelt physicians for
'i'no-thhds of the applicants were
chlldien of well-to-do families, some
of whom went to the hospital In cai
riages. The pooler classes weie thus
deprled of the oilglnal piiihges In
tended by the dhectork. It ui nieos.
saiy to tofuse many applicants on that
It would be veil If some plillall
thioplc pei son subscribe a sum of
money towards the cause and have the
good woil; continued.
Attention Mine Woi leers.
The following communication, wilt
ten on a letter head of the United
Mine Workers of America, was lelt at
the West Scranton biancli ollleo of The
"This Is to ceitlfy that the stilke Is
still oa at the Oxfoid shaft of the Poo
pie's Coal company and It will lemain
so until such time as they pav the
proper prhu per ear, as the Delawaie,
Lackawanna and Western company
paid J1.05H, with the advance 2l,6 tents
advance per car would make It tl.US,
and the People's Coal company me
only paying 9S cents, and then .say
th-t their mlni'is are disci Imlnatlnu;
against them, and b'fore thev can
mine that coal for US cents It shall
stand there for ninety-eight years."
Before Alderman Davies.
Kcese T. Lewis, of Hampton stteet,
who had Daniel Colan, of South Main
nenue nnd Hampton stieet, arraigned
before Alderman Kellow tecently on
a chaigc of asv.iult and battery, was
himself ai tested at the Instance of
Ananiah I '.vans and Colan before Al
derman Davies on a similar chaise.
The law suits weie the lesult of a
htrlmmage which otcuied in Colan's
place some time ago, when Lewis had
IN PUBLIC FAVOE.
A Remedy for the Curo of Piles
Which Hns Met with Remnrknblo
There nro ninny popular inoilldnos
that nro knonn In every household In
There nro blood purlllerw, ncive ton
ic, head.Nhe iocUrn, dyapcpsla i!Uivj
and couch rurea which uic wold In
owiy dlilj stole.
Itut all or thewj must divide popu
luilty with iiiiiny ilvolH, no one reme
dy Imi the Held to ItBolf, with the
hIiirIu c( eptlon of pllo -uren for It Is a
sliiBuInr fact, tlmt nmoiiff the host of
reiniMlk-H, there Is but one pile euro
that tun be oonhU'ied us hnvliiK a na
tional reputation, without n rival und
thu icnieily i-efetTod to Ih the Pyramid
I'lle Pun', which for seven yenrH has
Htf.idlly woiked Into public favor, by
eriHou of Km extniordlnary ineilt und
a nietlunl nnd a record of lvnuukablo
ruioH, until it Ih known fiom Mulnc to
Calirotnln, nnd fixmi Jlanitoli.i to thu
Oulf or Jloxlco.
It 1.m tine there me many pile leine
dles lmvliif- a small loc.il ivputtitluu
for a year or two but the Vyiamlil
Pile t'uie has lapiilly Hupplmited
them all and loally haM the llcM to It-.-elf
when aiiMhliiR like national popu
larly N conKldereil.
The explanation N Mlmple it Is he
cause plle- Ih in no seiine an luuiRlnaiy
trouble, thai a simple fialve or o!nt
inent will cuiv, but an obstlnute, pain
ful nnd often duiigeious tiouble uml a
remedy to clve salNfuctlon liuisi pos
FC8H positive and xeiy appartnt met It.
A peihon sufferliifr fiom pllew will not
expeilment for mouths with u lemedy.
it must kI(j relief and n cure In Fhoit
oulfr or It is ondpuuu'd.
The uornt eaes (if plle.s aie lelleved
on the Hi st application, and belim in
suppository ronn !s eoiicnleut to use
and cuies without intci'dliiR with
dally oeeupat Ion.
-Medical men me It In iMeforeiice to
miikIcuI operations because It Is so
safe and palnlss, n,d the ost, coni
nated to benefit ilcu is a mere lilllo
as all diuffglsts sell It at CO cents.
If sulTcilnR f i om unv foi r of piles,
bleedlntr. Itching or pintiudlncr a trial
of the Pyramid Pile Cuie. will ciuo
you nnd add anothei to its thousands
his fa(e distoittd by the footpilnts
of Colan's shoe. Lewis was held In
$!0n ball on each of the charges prc
fened by Kvnns and Colan.
Funeinl of Mis. Powers.
The funeral of the late Mis. Ann
Powers was laiRely attended yesten'.ny
mninlni iiom her home on Miaonio
street. A tenulem mass was celebrated
In St. Patrick's Catholic church by tev.
P. li. J.au'lle, who also preached the
The all-benieis weie- Thom.11 Hcr
iy. P. J. O'Jlalley. Prank Golden.
ChnthH Ciiaham, James AVells nnd
Thomas Dwyer. Intel ment was made
In the Cathedial cemeteiy.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
.Mlc Saiali Slootie.v, of Caibondale,
has i elm tied home fiom a visit with
Mi. and Mis. John MlGociii, of Itall
W. J. Moisan, William .1 Thomas,
Stephen It. Itape nnd John Jones werj
ainoiur the local deleRms who went to
the Cnlted Mine WorUeis of Aiueil?l
convention at Indlan-ipolN. J
W V Uavls. of Smith Hyde P.uk
aenue, N iecooilnt fiom in attack
or the Klip.
Ml-s Kllriihcth Jeicmlah. of l.atay
etto stieet, li id hei eais tiozeu on
S.ituidi). while out in the i old mil
Host ol the d ij
The Passion Play, to be (,'Hen at the
Jacksiui Stieet Captist huich on
Tueiduj cveiiiiit ol next week, is a
fncied nanoiame or th lite of Chilst
In moving plctuie luallsm, as pel
foinied by the deoiit peah.int of
Obei annuel Rail, Itn vm la.
Peter Itupp, of Pi lee stieet, was ten
deied an enjoyable suiptlse paity le
cently bv a number of his fi lends. A
large- number were piesent.
Special icIIkIous seivices weie ht-ld
in the Washburn Stieet Piesbyterlan
chinch last evenlnR, undr Hie dliee
tlon of the pastor. Dr. John P. Mof
fat. They will be lontltiueil eeij
evenlnR this week, except Satutduy.
The Chi Upsllon society of the
Wuslibuin Street Presb t( ilan chuich
hold an InterestlnR meeting Inst even
linj, which was attended by a Iiuro
number of membeis, ho mnnllested
Si eat Interest In the society.
lit v. W. II. Williams, the Drummer
nvaiiKellst, will begin n seiies of Gos
pel meetings this evening at the Jack
son Stieet Baptist chinch.
Itev. A. U. Hauler, pastor of St.
Muik's lutheiun chinch, de.slies that
eorj member ot his chinch nnd on
gieg.itlou shall attend the annual con
giesutlonnl meeting tomonow even
ing Cdw.tid Lewis, of Hampton stieet:
Mif b Margaret and Itlodwln Stexens.
ot l-'oiuteenth stieet, nnd .Miss Hello
Andeisoii, of Not th Fllmoio, uenil'.
luiii' l "covered fiom the gilp uti'l
Sllss Maigaiet Sdiell, of Lafayttte
stieet, Is serlouslv III with the Rilp.
The Patilotic Social tlnb will hold
nn cnteitnlumuit and social In Men id'
hall, on Satuulny exciting, Feb 9.
The- Juvmlle choir of tin I'Ut Welsli
f ongiegatlonul chinch me lehemalng
Hie cantata. "The Chlldien of
Heaxeii," by Pi of. Uanl'I Piotbeioe,
of Milwaukee, Wis. A irheatsal will
be held tomonow evening.
John Hetny Jones, choiiuter of tlio
'south Main Avmue Welsh Cahliilstlo
.Methodist (huic.li, has irslgned his pn
slilou, after many ye.us ot falthtul
Petei Mellugh, n rtiident nl St.
lioinard's semltimy. Hochester, N. V.,
Is -Uniting his jjuicnts on Liuerno
Tin Tilbune ennespondent wan inis
Inforined lelatlve to the deuth of
Jimes Ord, of Gammon's Hill. Wo
aiv pleased to announce that he Is
still In the land of the living.
"The Chlldien'K Hour," a litem y en
tertainment, will be given under the
auspices of the Junior Haptlst Young
People's union, at the Flist Welsh
Haptlst church, on Tiiehduy evening,
Junuuiy 2!). Miss Sudlo Jones, the
talented elocutionist and lender, will
linvo charge ot the details,
A Colonial tea will bo seived Filday
evening, Wbiuuiy ". at the Simpson
Methodist Hplscopul thuuh. under the
auspices of the tlleaueis.
A well-attended meeting of Hyde
Paik lodge, Fieo and Accepted Ma
sons, wan hold In Mueonlo hall last
evening, when buslneaa of Intel est to
the fraternity was tinnsacted,
Hyde Paik camp, Modem Woodmen
of America, met In Ivoilte hall last
evening and elected seveinl new mem
St. Paul'8 Pioneer corps met Inst
ovenlng und made muuiEements to at
tend the funeinl of tlio lato William
Hosklns, who was n member of the
FUNERAL OF MRS. JOHN MAN
DREW HELD YESTERDAY.
Services Conducted from St. Mary's
Church John Haggerty Injured nt
tho Murray Mines Patrick Lyons
nnd Patrick GlbbonB Have a Nar
row Escape A Democratic Meet
ing Tomorrow Night The Revival
Services Other News and Per
sonal Notes of Intel est.
The funeral or thi Into Mrs. John
McAndiew occurred from her mother's
nonie, in Hunker hill, yesterduy morn
ing. During the morning hundreds of
frlendii took their last look at thu de
parted. At 'j.Si) o'clock the lemalns
weie comeyod In St. Miuy's church,
where a iiolemu high mass of requiem
was celebi nted. Hew M. II. Dnnlaii
wan celfbtant; Itev. M. J. Mlllano,
deacon, mid Itev. Jlcllale, sub-deacon.
After the serx Ices, interment was
made In the old Catholic cemeteiy.
The p.'ill-beaieis weie James McAn
diew, p. J. McDonough, P. F. Golden,
of Carbondale: H.M. Kennedy, .Michael
O'llnlleian, of Olyphant, and Thomas
Doudlian, or Dunmoie.
An Accident nnd an Escape.
John Iluggerty, a miner, emplojed
at the Mutiny mine, was the victim ot
a dlstiesslng accident yesterday morn
ing. He was caught by u rail of loot
and had u leg broken In two places,
besides minor Injutles. as a lesult. He
was i citing easily last night and no
sei Ions results are expected.
Patrick Lons, of Pine street, and
Patrick Gibbons, of Potter street,
mlncis. employed nt No. r, colliery, had
n lucky escape from serious injuries
yesterday. A full of roof occuired In
their chamber, but fortunately both
men missed the main fall and as a re
sult only leceived a few flesh wounds
fiom Hying pieces, unci weiu able to
walk to their homes unassisted.
A Democratic Meeting.
The follow Inc membeis of the bor
ough Democratic committee me te
qucsted by Chairman T. J. Duggan to
meet at the borough building, Wednes
day evening, January 23, at 7.'tt. to
make arrangements for holding pri
maries mid a convention of the ic
Flist ward, First district, W. L.
Purcell, John Hellly; First ward. Sec
ond district, W. II. McAllister, Thomas
Grady; Second ward. Flist district, Jo
seph McGrall, Michael Kennedy; Sec
ond ward, Second district, T. J. Dug
gan, H. I!. Gllllgan; Third ward, First
dlstilct, T. i:. Holand, P. J. Henley;
Thhd ward, Second district, John
Mn. Third ward, Third district,
James McDonnell, diaries Wensel;
Fotntli ward. John Hailey. P. F.
Holand: Fifth ward, M. J. Cotello.
James O'lloro; Sixth waul, First dis
trict, H. J. Kelley, Peter Joyce- Sixth
waid. Second district, M. J. IJiilnu. M.
The i.nhul meetings at the Tripp
Axenue Christian church weie well at
tended last night. The Itev. Mr. Cobb
look foi bin topic "Kxcuses" He said:
"Kxeiwes come fiom a disposition to
make little of Ood and His tl.iee.
Some say the ai-i not good enough.
"Othets aie too good; oili-ifi do not
want to associate with tho-o In the
fliuteh who are not doing their ilut:
others allow their business to Inter
ffte. otlioK., domestic ulfulis." The
topic for this exonlng will be "Almost
NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD.
Hex. Dunett, the Canadian exangcl
1st spoke to a huge cougugntloii it
the Methodist Hpiscopal chili eh Inst
night. He will continue the meetings
thioughout the balance of the week.
Today he will speak at :: o'clock, sub
ject, "How, When, Wheie to Piay."
At T."0 he will tell "How God Keeps
Announcement has Just been made
of the m.urlage of Miss Knimu Zlegler
to Christian Kuitt, both of Peteisbmg.
The event declined sevei.il das ago,
but was kept .secret until y?steiday.
x hen the patents of both ixetu In
Mrs. William Hruudage is 111 ut hei
home on Grove slien.
MHs Sallle Muiphy is Impioxlng af
ter her leeent sickness.
William Webb, of Oleu Falls, x. y.,
is lsltlug his sister, Mis. Thomas .Mat
thews, of Drinker street.
How It Goes in England.
Dating the piesent cold and grip
season tlfty-sexen thousand txxo bun
dled and eighty-eight boxes of La.xa
tlx'e llrnmo-Qulnliio liaxe been sold by
IZ. H. Clink, -S Shoie Lane. Lou
don. NORTH SCRANTON.
Vesteiday afternoon tho Sciuutou
Hallvxay company tore up some of the
pave at Market stieet. on Xotth Main
avenue, which was laid a .short time
ago. liver since tho trost set in the
bricks have raised to such a helcht
between the Hacks that the cats could
not pass ox'er them.
The Ninth Und Stars and the South
Sldo DefoncleiH xxlll battle against
each other this exenlng at the Audi
torium Tho game xxlll be tor tho
championship of the count, which the
Defendeis haxe held for a long time.
The game will stmt at 7.3(1 o'clock.
Mark Hallstt-.td, of the International
Coirespondonce Schools, lxho has his
utile e at Hhamokln, Is visiting bis par
ents on Oak street.
Homy F. Habtoek, of Church ave
nue, Is suffering with the grip.
Mis. William Hoxxells and daughters,
Aden and Margaict, of Ithaca, N' Y.,
are siting Mr. and Mis. William
Wolf, of Church avenue.
Miss Itose Hrehun, of II 111 street, has
lecoxered fiom an nttack of the grip.
John Keehan, of Clover stieet, is con
valescent. Frank Kutilck, of Keyser avenue,
who xvas injured In the Cayuga mluo
a short timet ngo, Is sloxxl.x recox-eiing,
Charles Filler, of Albright avenue,
xx'as pleasantly sin prised Inst Friday
c veiling by a number of friends,
Mrs, Charles Henwood, of North
Main avenue, Is 111,
On Thursday evening of this xxeek
the llnworth league of the Provlde'nco
Methodist llplscopal church will con
duct a short busluebs session, to be
folloxx'ed by a llteiary and musical
proRiummc. Tho subject for tho excell
ing Is "Modes of Travel." Interesting
papers relating to tho subject xxlll bo
given by different members of the
league, livery one Is Invited to bo
present Thursday evening.
(romtticlril from 1'jko d.
thereto; lmt no tucli law ii.vlmiltiu jurisillrtloti
or icioiUllnic It cxrul lull iply to any roie
tot nrliliiK out i.f any iK-clfini licM before Iti
ia.jtc" VorH tlic rc'trlcllon lirre fneind prf.
xent tli li'iflJtiirr from ialns an uit which
lull uffitt tlio iot of .1 eiintcit which leu
orlm out of in (lection which iiremlrel It
MimiKiNurrrKH noii -i'iitiT.
Tint icrtjlnly Is not the leltel, nor ilo vf
think II l the ilrlt of tin' comtltlitlnnal iro
xlslon. Tl"' 1i things pirilitliltrtl tire the
lenlnc- of JuiiMllitlon and I lie legul ttlon of lt
rxenUo, bv wlilc.li wo umlii.tinil the axlitnlm,'
of the cotittt to a trlbunil ilitfcrnit from (hit
by which It would luxe bun tried aerordlni? to
the lew a it Howl wm the elutlon took l.uej
or, xelthout cti inulng the lritmii.il, kIxIiil. mmc
i(clil c.it to the tmnncr of Inlcu and ill)'
ln.lnif of It which It olherxvle xeonld not hue
Tho manlfot iurHie of IliU to u off lri;tla.
thm i.iMd to tort I und air.it, favorably nnd
unfavorable, n luitlciilar cai
Xltrr an chilli n ha Uktu (ilico n,x ono who
di'sliM md hu a l imlini; to ciinlot l intltlcd
to hii IhoeotdCft hrird and tried bv th.it coint
or juiUc xxlio would line tried It when the lire
tlon took pljce ; to luxe no moie iwr .in hs
drnuml of Mill in ordcl to lullniti tlio iiinlcit
thin was Hun rrquliid, and to luxe tho Mine
eoiirno of procediuo Otmixtd lint In mi nnso
ein tho linitllon of the in-l.i bo IcKmkd ,i n
tCKidatlou "of iho iiunuer if trill ' or "tho ov
eicUo of Jmlxillilloti," (ignite i'irf"loin eehlih
wo find In tixn pirti of Iho elin.o fiiiited Tlio
only ei.inililiit tint can be imdo ntolnet a
charRo in ropce! in diiolllon if fho cot,
ieh an In now before u, li lint tho pirtlo-i
tua bo e tiled upon lu ii.unio e tuurr respond
lulltv fur limn tli ui thcx peilnH (iinlcinplitnl,
or the hew Imposed when I lie pmniliiiita wero
liogiiu. The.x now- haxe an absolute Ihblllle If
thoj fall, wheio befnio llioj eoiild iom111 ulillt
It If tho iimrt eleeieleil tint tho control n iu
tallied by pioluble cmiko. Hut xehither the
chtiii;c in the Ilex In' added to their liunlim or
not tho eliw-ltlon of tho cots in .ill easel tt hi
at tho plojsuio of tho WiMaliiro that wo aio not
to ri'trlel It cxecpl.Jiheio b.i (Tpu4 proluhl.
tion or dear iiupllcilioii wo are eonipelled to do
o, neither of which can bo ahl of what l to bo
found lu ro
'the nilo to dioxx eaiiie whv Iho e It of '(rale
ton should not pi) tho oti Ie ill'i li ir'ul and
tho eots aie eilroelcd to be paid bj tho petition
(r. rm: Mtistins
Tho following are the men xxho will
have to pay the oosts of th" contrsl,
they having signed Walsh's petition:
Fieel Hafner, Wilburet Klein, John
McNnmee, Tho. ' Hums, Thos. Man
nloii, Joseph O'llora, Abinhnm riets,
Ildxe'ard J. Hulllgan. Willla n Shaugh
noFsy, John W. Broxvn, Fiank Schoultz,
John McDonald, J. J. Hhaughnessy, Jr,
Patrick Shaughnessy, John Canning,
Jacob Such, Joseph Kr.i.wilck, August
Hroxxn, Andieas Schulta, George
Schultz, Henjamln Klein, Fiedetlck
Hafner, (leoige Sep"lyok. Frank Wels
b6iger, Al Toxvpoxxch. Jacob Juikoxxltz,
Joseph Schxxar z II. Pc'-mu ollltz, Tony
Scliuniloxltr. Hiiny Davis, Sam
Friedman, S.im Vuikoxvlt, II. Yuiko
xvlf, M. Schxe'uit, M. Henxxltz. John
Coat. John Hnrinaii, Fdxxaul (iormun,
Thomae xx-as letuined as having re
eelxed 219 Votes and the contest de
cide 1 that 2S Illegal otes had been
cast fur him, leaving him u total of
Ml For Walsh :iM votes xx'cie east
and the content look m of these fiom
him as Illegal, leaving him with only
1S2 oi four xvense off than he ex as be
fore the contest.
A member of the legislature fiom
this county has been asked by signets
of the Langstalf contest petition to in
troduce a bill In the legislature that
xxould have the effect of saving them
fiom the pn.ment of costs In the event
of tbe contest going against them,
which seems likely, but he lefused to
have anything to do vxltli It, saying
It xxould be political suicide for a man
to tnk such a step
Addicss of Miss Emciy on Mtssion-
aiy Woik In the Chuich of
the Good Shepheid.
A ie piesentatlve gathering of ladles
liom the 'parishes of St Luke's. St.
David's and St. Math's met Miss Hin
cr In the Siiiula ?e hool mom ol the
Chinch of the CJooil Shephid ester
illss Ilmi'iy explained the meaning
of the woman's auxlllaiy, its aim,
methods of organizing and what It ac
complishes. She i lied .1 vn poor
church In Japan having ten oi eleven
talthful women xxho louneil mi auH
lai mid making their xxauts knoxxii to
the board ol missions, nox aie lejolc
Ing In a $!,O0H eliuich, the last JJDO of
xxhlcli was glxcn by n young lady lux
lug e allied $3(i by her own woik In
Ian nl xx ood.
Men's Union Meeting.
The ixxenty-llfth monthly meeting of
the .Men's union of Oieen ltldge. xxlll
be held Thuisday evening, .lunu iry
21th, In the chapel of the ilieeii Hlilc,e
l'lesbyteilun church. The evening xxlll
be devoted to a "Itev lew of the Cen
tur" nnd will consist of ncleliest.es on
progress during the icnturj as lol
lovxs. "Politics," tlcorge I!. Davidson, esq.;
"education." FiofeSMji .1. C Tujloi.
music. "Intel iiallonal Comity," Ptofes
hor H. 1.. Huidlek, "lliilliuult," Col
onel P. U Hltchiock, "luvi'iitlou and
Ails," H H. Van Dusen, esq . iiuinIc;
"Science," Professor (Je-cnge MeC.
Hobi-on, "Hefouns," C I.. Ilavvley, csi.
Tho meeting will be open to tho
wives and friends of the nuiubeis and
the ate especially Invited' to attend.
Briefly Told Notolets.
The Misses Stahl, of Delawaie City,
Ded. me guests ol .Mis tleoige A.
.Mr and Mrs. jcse Te-ets and Oeoige
Coll attended the funeial of a lela
tlve at Wllkes-H.il ie Sliiulaj.
Miss Hllzabeth Wulleis. of Wilkes
H.ine. Is spending the xxeek xvlth Mrs.
Florence Clarice, of Sanderson avenue,
Miss Amanda Cair. of Dlckon ave
nue, has lotuiued fioin a visit with
C. I. Slack, of Venn uveuiie, who
has been ccuitlued to his home the past
week by a seveie attack of grip. Is
The legular meeting of the Clieen
Hhlge lodge, independent Oidei of Odd
Fellows, to be held lu .Masonic hull,
Dickson avenue, Thuisday evening,
will be of unusual Inipoitance. In ad
dition to confenlng tho lirst degieo
upon two candidates, n vote xxlll bo
taken upon the adoption or i ejection
of an amendment to the by-laws,
On Wednesduy evening of this week
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Allow- a couuli to run until it ec-U bejoiid tha
reach of medicine. Ihev olten a), "Oh. It will
wear uwoy," but In mint eawi It xvill wear
them away. Could they ho Induced to uy tho
kuecchxful medicine called Kemp' llal.sain, which
U old on u pcultivo cuarauteo to cure, thev
could liumidlately (re the rxcelleut rlfect after
takliur the tint dote. Price Sac. and 5"c. 'Crlal
I ilia free. At ull cJruggUtn.
ft fl ft- o S
" ' '." ill " " w
lti.iW'T.M....iM.Jyil .,-... m . -ecl.t. Ikli I. a '.. - ttlw ! gitri,
dime llol"lc. R fine mbilltum. tl.e are lf(nui.
..v Mi. irifftiucr CO.. nootaaaler. X, Y.
alLfi'Va mtMssm 9wm-
a lectuie by Dr. Fllppo xxlll be given
In the Ciceii Illelge Haptlst church.
Subject will be "Ice In the Vulplt and
Who Vut It TheioV" The lecture Is
very entcitalnlng and Instructive. It
points out and seeks to coirecl dlsor
dets in pulpit mid pexx conducive to
cold 'pleaching. Among subjects dis
cussed aie sleepy heaier-e, negligent
sextons, goneial Inattention, neck
txxWtlng, late comers, the lover at
church, pastois" xxive.i, disaffected
members, scientific singing, tbe scold
ing preacher, the soaring preacher, thu
stupid preacher, xxhy some pieachers
fall, the Hex'. Shallow Spluige, also
how to manage grown-up babies In the
Tho funei.U of William J. Veriy will
take place from his late home', o23 Dot
ty stieet, this inoinlng at 10.30 o'clock.
Slioit services will he held at the
house, ufter which the remains will
be taken to Caibondale on the train
leaving this city at 12 o'clock, xxheiu
services will be held In tho Hereun
Haptlst church. Interment will be
made In Maple-wood cemeteiy.
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Two Enjoynble Masquerade Balls
Given Last Evonlng Entertain
ment of St. John's Society.
The seventh annual inasqupiade hull
of the Star Social club, xvhlch was
h-lil In Athletic ball last evening, wni
one of the most pleasant social events
ever given by that organization. Tlio
hull xvas cioxvded vxltli guests gaily
attlted In costumes of all kinds mid
inscriptions. Fifteen employes Trotn
the xl'.isey & Kelly hrowery appeared
as Indians, diessed in their1 full xxar
uniform Music for the occasion xxas
fin nished by Vrof. Johnson.
The annual maiuiuerade ball of the
Moltke castle, No. 2SS, Knights of the
fiolden H.igle. which xvas held last
evening at the Worklngmen's hall,
xns hugely attended. The hall xxai
cioxvded v.lth many merrv dancers.
Jluslc wan liiinlshed by 1'iof. Smitli'H
Told in a Tow Lines.
The entertainment given last even
ing under the direction of SI James
Total Abstinence and Henevolent
IMoneei Coiih wn well attended. The
progiamme xxas as follows' Vocal
rolo, Mm tin llelfion. vocal solo, Mag
gie Oinsby: lecitatlon. Miss Nclliu
Diiikln; comic song, William Lovem:
whistling solo, Samuel New ton. comics
son. Anthonv Fieemmi: recitation, An
nie Callahan: vocal solo, Lizzie Davis;
vocal solo, George Moran; vocal solo,
Mibs Mary I.oughney entei tnlned a
niimbei of her friends last evening at
her home on South Washington fivo
nue. The evening xxas pas-ed most
pleasutub and at a late houi lefiesh
nients weie seived, titter which the
guests departed for thill homes.
The tuneral of MIhs Heatilce tou
hlli, of Vi'M Vlttston avenues who died
H.i tin day, will take place this morn
ing at ! o'clock. The leinulns will be
t.iken to Sf. John's chuich. vxheie u re-
qulem mass xxlll be celebi ateel. In
tel niPiit will he nitule In the I'atheeliat
Na.v Aug tllb. Impioved Olilei ot
Heel Men, will meet this evening nt
Fiuehon's hall. '
.Maigucl, the (laughter of Mm. Mav,
Thornton, of South Washington txe
niiu. i seriously ill
The Defendeis will pla.x the All
Seianlon team a game of basket ball
Thuisday exenlng In St. John's hall.
John Alldorf and II. Wymbs of
Slroudsbuig, me tho guewts of Wil
liam Iloldei, of Cedar avenue
Ms Maine Loughney, of I'lttston, Is
visiting friends In this city.
Tile ladles of the Cedar Avenue
Methodist chuich xxlll conduct a clam
chowder social Tuesday evening In the
Mis. Diillon. of 5J0 Pear stieet. is 111.
K. V Jones is still confined to his
home on Vlttrton avenue fiom an ,it
tatk of inlneis' asthma
Mis. D. D. Gaidner. I
Mr t) I' Unehier iliid .il her home m
Miln Mieit, I'jelorjxlllr. Iil WcdnfMliy aftir
n ten da.' illm-i of pneumonia, atd ! jcam,
fi inmlln' ami iJ l' ''he xxa Kin neai Vm
toixellh', mi Mireh 17. tell, and wis niaril'd
lo II p. (laidmr, Sol. 20, Iv.l. she U mixlted
he her hmhind and a non and ilauUitir, Sir
It (.aidiiir and Mm. 1'iaik (irilmr, Uuli of
l.ittonxilh' sh I nl) Mirxixrel I'J four U
Ins ami two liiithiH. an Nluna. Mi. l ".
Maiiton and Mm. M V TowiiM-nd, of l'.iL(oiy.
villej Mr- .line ."cainaim, of llintoni Mr I:
( Vothurir. of lliown llolloev , Ijniin Brecu and
(lorton llinn, of llenton
she ui i devout Cliri.tlin. coiinected with
the 1'ir.t ll3itlt hunh of Kactcryvllle alnee
the jear IniO, "'l xeai haptUed under the
putorato ot the llee' N'enell Ciilander, and of
which chuich her hiwluml m a deacon she
hailns in irked cm ciillec .ibllltj and i;ood Judg
ment, lit r touuill uui touch! on all iniiorlant
BiihJeUi pertainlnic lo eliuieh wor.
I'm' .txeral cav lie evas Iho pualelcnl of tho
Uedlis' Aid (.nilelj, and an i tlxo worker In
the XX'ciim ii'i. Xlhuiouai) xilile, and aluaya
took ie tjuneli i.ijiid in Uhalf of tin temper
aim iiui.llin. vi " u nn mini of the Vo
uuii'm ( hrlktlan liluinraneo union, uKo a char
ler ineiiiher of tho ladles' elrele of tho Grand
niiy of the llcimhlli', No. UK, and aenrd the
cliclo 111 Iho eapaclt) of just presliUnt and
irianurer X" a wife and inothci ho wa. kind,
luxahle and foibearliiK, an a thri.tUn, stronit
lu In I feilli and neeoted In the ehurch and Cod,
und M u nelchlior, cihllKluir, liopltaMe- and
eiklni,' to tiplllt end to luiuhteii the llifi of
Mrs. Bridget McOuiie.
'I lie death of Jin. Ilrldfet Mcdulre, wife ot
Cull Operator Michael J, MtlJulrc, of ('jjuw
Ireet, mcurre'd hunday rnoriiliiir, aflcr a few
d.ij' itliicNS. Mm. McCitilre wad tho daughter
of Mr, and Mn. Anthony O'Pomiell, ot West
THESE THREE DREADED DISEASES
ran be avoided if DUFFY'S PURE MALT
WHISKEY is taken at the first symptom!
of n cold. A chill or cold, if neglected, mat,
develop into a fatal illness. Dou't trifle with
v our health. Keep
in your medicine closet
nnti use it promptly at tho
first signs of approaching
Krip, pneumonia or other
lung or throat trouble. It
will save doctors' bills
and may save your life.
ritKK. If yon art lick d
run eluwn.vri lie in, wa can help
x on ; It will cost you nothing; to
learn how to regain health,
energy anil vitality.
hend for free medical booklet
I YCEUH THEATRE
-wUels A Durtunder, Leoeeaand Ma
A. J. uuiry, uusineas manager.
One Night Only,
Tti?sday, Jan. 22.
Win. A. Ill .ub's haudiome production,
Sorrows of Satan
Fiom the famoeu book of tho cama name hf,
The same great cast and production fhat infl
with triumphant succcsa hero, last iraton,
l'IHCi:S 25o 50e., Toe. and $1 (M.
Sata on talc Saturday at B a, m,
ACADEHY OF HUSIC,
RUIS & OUKOUNDER HARRV A. BROWN
Jlanofera and Leueet. Local Manager.
AI-Ii THIS WEEK.
The Hillman Company
.Supporting Maude lllllman and Jerry Donaxin,
in a repertoire of ataudird productions.
Monday l.xenlnu '"llic l'lanter's Wife."
Tuisday Matinee "I he Hidden l'at."
Ienday Uxenlne "Charity Hew "
XVedneday Matinee "Iali the Fomakcn
Wfiluevlay i;xcnlng "Oliver TwUt."
Matinee l'riem 1(1 and 20 cent,
laming l'rjcta 10, 20, SO cento.
New Gaiety Theatre
II. It. LON'a, lssre and Manager.
THKKi: D.US, COMMLXCISa
Monday, January 21.
MAriVK i:euy 11 T.
Mr. I', V. Dlnklai presents tho but yet.
"sn-i'r.opi.r. ik nn: cast-jo
Priced llxmliiff, IJCi 2'k. , oic., 500.
Matinee, 10c, Uc.
Market Mieit, and ulster of lfr. John Colllnt,
of XXajne axenue. fchc liaa lonn; heen a resident
of thin section and gained many IrioiuLi, hy,
whom kho will ho inlied.
Xlm, Mcflulre wa S3 ear of a?e and li
turxixed lij four noiu and a daughter. 'Ihe
uic: l'atilck, John, Peter, 1'nnk and Kalhlccn,
Jnmes White, Sr.
1 .1111. a XMille, sr.. aueil 73 jeats, a. well,
known niiihnt ot Wikt hcranton, died yentei-
li nt tho home of till Bon, John, M diet
nut itieet Uetciwd xe w bom In heland ami
hid been a undent of Scranton for tweut.x
eiRht jeum. He it muxixed by hla wife and!
the followine noi.i nnd daushtcM! William,
John and .lauiis White, Mis. Conrad HclUg;,
Mm. I MidiaMii and iln Annlo Jlarks, t
Tho tuner il will fake plaeo tomorrow after,
noon .it "J so "'clock,. Services will !o held in
M Patrick's Cithollo church and intcrmenti
will be made 111 the Cathedral cemetery.
lillhm Ilakliw, of l'ltt'ton avenue, rlfed atl
I, hi!ie Sunda) nisi t. aftei a brief illneu from
j. iiuinonia Pei cud was married eight cehi
r. -o and lil di it 1 1 is a hcxero nhock to liU
jturiff wife, niothir, brother and sister, xvhu
r'Hrlxuii an .letiej lueinber of "St. Pant's Pioneef
lorpirlnd who -it. Mo.i.iih 'lofal Abitlnencc aiuj
lletiiviienr society of South hcranton, and leed.
Tol'ho Mar oahealra. 'llie funeral announce,
liiflit" will be undo lain.
Mrs. Fiank Smoulter.
Ml, I rank -inoullii. uf I3 Ilatle Mre-t,
uiil, ll.ii, nioilur of Dee. .1. XI. Smoult-r.
luiiireile of Ob pliant, but now of Hook like.
Maine eountj, who u xciy well known In IhH
. i lv , dlid veiv .uddinly o'l hlll.diy niflit .it
h I home, aued i') eai.
riic feuiiral xxlll b held on XXednenlay inoiii.
ln- al 10 o'clock from t. Marj'ie chuich.
'Ihe lunetil of the late Maigaret Callatrnr
will tike phic at I' o'clock tomorrow inurntntt
frcm Iho lienne nil .lack! on tnet. A solemn hlRle
mie will be auni; at bt. Patricks church at
ti.ii 1,'ihHk. an illutirmeut xxlll be made in
the ('.Hindi il (iiiieiiij.
Ilu luiiiid of the lite John P. Tliomaj will
tike place this a'luiioou from the house, 270
liekMiu btitct. Mrxlecs will be held at 2 .CO
o'eloik. Inicrinent xxlll be imde in the Uli.
bum street ccineliry.
Iho funenl of the late I), el. Gorman xxlll
take plain .it ! o'clock lomorroxv inornlnif from
the ri.ldenee of eleicaxd'a (Mer, Mrs. John P.
like, IJ" Ninth Ktnet. .vrxliea will be held ut
M Pitilck'a alholli' ehurch, und Inteiinenll
vxlll be mule lu the Cathedra! cemetery.
'I he funeinl of Iho late .laeob 1 Oable will
laki pheo fiom the house on N'oith Main air
uue, tiiiiiirrow ilteiuooii it '!..!0 o'clock. In
torment will be undo In I'orest Hill ecmelery.
'fho funcril of Mi and Mm, Ilaxld Davis'
child will lake jil ie c tlil afternoon at S o'clock
from tho louse on W,itt.on nxenue, Lincoln
lleiichl. Interineiil will be mile in the Strit
BONO OF THE OLD YEAR.
Oh! I luxe- been mnnlpg; a cillant career
On a eoiimer that needeth not bridle nor uondj
Put hi 'II oon chance hii ildcr, and icaxu t!i
l.Ik low i the dust on nt.rnttj'a road.
Utile has my track been, and upld my lia.te,
tut whoexer take hceel ol my Journey will tad
That in marble-built city and camel-trod waste
I haxtt left a fair set ot bold way-marks behind.
If e tell of the aadnew and rxll l'va wroucht,
et rfnumbcr tho ahares of "good xxoiks" 1
Ye should balance tlio doudit and the canleer l'v
Willi the crapes I haxo wnt to ba CRiah'd In
Till tho cohlct an' "'rink as iny xealllnc tontj
Let tho wassail bow pass and revel-shout rise-.
Put a word In our car, from tho pasalni; Oil
"Ti tho laxt time he'll teach je "be merry;
, Eliza Coo., la &t. LouU Mirror, i