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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1901.
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gonals and all Items
for publication nay
be left at The Trib
une's new offices In
the Durke Building,
or sent by mall or
Rev. Mr. Getty's Entertaining lec
ture Draws Good Sized Crowds.
For the second successive evening
there was a good attendance at the
UJercan Baptist church Inst night to
himr Rev. Mr. Getty, the famous evan
gelistic clergyman, deliver his address
upon the llfo and times of Martin Lu
ther. Mr. Getty Is a most Interesting
speaker and his presentation of this
subject was complete In every way
and far supnssed tho average lec
tures on the llfo of the irrcat reform
er. Somo exceedingly line artistic
views were displayed during the
course of the lecture, all of them Il
lustrating scenes In the career of tho
monk who dared to criticise the official
rctlons of Pope Leo X, and who was
(he author of "tho treaty, "The Baby
lonlsh Captivity, of, the Church."
Kxpressloris of the highest appreci
ation of the 'lecture, and the lecturer
were spoken by nil as they .passed out
of the church last evening and nil
NM.ro agreed that the high standard of
xcclit-nce that has characterised each
number thus far In the course was
THE LADIES WILL ENTERTAIN.
H ll t
Tho L. C. D. A. Will Hold a. Recep
tion on Feb. 8.
Tlu Ladles' Catholic llenevolent vs
solution are maturing plana to hold
nn Informal reception and progressive
euchre pa-ity on the evening of Friday,
.Umc 8, In the Burke building on Sixth
avenue. The urocresslve euchre purty
will begin tin- evening's merriment,
lasting from S until 10 o'clock, after
which tefreshments will be served.
And then the door will ho cleared for
dimclng. Prof. John Firth will preside
over this feature of the evening's fun.
The young ladles of tills association
havo won an enviable distinction for
giving the most successful socials each
year. This time it Is their aim to try
and surjwss all their previous efforts
in their line. They have a very enter
prising committee looking after tho
various details, and It Is safe to eay
that their ambitions will be fully re
alized. IN HONOR OF GOTH BIRTHDAY.
Mrs. F. C. Leo, of Terrace Street,
Mrs. II. C. Lee, of Terrace street,
who has been visiting her son. II. A.
Itee, of Cadosla, N. Y., nnd Colicoon
friends, returned to her home In this
city on Monday. Tuesday she was
hlxty years old, and a number of her
friends who were aware of that fact,
and In the afternoon they called upon
her In a body, pleasantly but genu
inely surprising her and bringing with
them many beautiful tokens of love
and friendship. A sumptuous dinner
was served at 6 o'clock. The relatives
and friends who thus kindly remem
bered h6r were Mrs. Louisa, Avery,
Mrs. Catherlno Gardner, Mrs. DeWItt
Vail, Mrs. Henrietta Lee, Mrs, George
Williams, Mrs. Dorrance Itlvenburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scott, Miss Made
line Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Will
lams and Miss Leila Brceso.
Looking for Pat Crowe.
Chief of Police McAndrew has re
ceived a notice offering $50,000 reward
to; the arrest and conviction of the
three men supposed to have been the
ones who kidnapped Kdward Cttdahy,
Jr.. at Omaha, on Dee. IS last. Pat
Crowe, the leader of the gang, Is sup
posed to be In this state and an ex
plicit description of him In given.
There are four likenesses, one taken
in 1S93, a side nnd front view taken In
U9S and one taken last year. In the
latter he was clean shaven, but wore
a moustache when tho first three were
taken. The description gives his age
as 33; height, 5 feet 10 inches; weight,
'353 to 103; hair, brown, mixed with
gray at the sides; eyes, blue; light
sandy moustache or may be clean
rdiuven or wear full sandy beard. He
has a faint jscar on tho right cheek,
.i sear on the Inner right wrist, scar
on ball of left thumb and several scars
ut tho base of left Index finger, and
throe right molar teeth and left eye
tooth are out. He Is also known as
Frank Roberts, John Wilson and John
Descriptions or the two supposed ac
complices are also In possession of
Twenty-five thoutand dollars each
from Kdward Cudahy and the city of
Omaha are offorctj as follows: $3,000
Icr arrest and conviction of any of the
three; $15,000 for arrest and conviction
of any two of them, aid $23,000 for ar
rest and conviction of tho three.
The Information Is sent out by J. J.
Donahue, chief of police of Omaha.
At tho Grand Twice Today.
The "Joshua Stmpklns" company,
currying their own special scenery,
two bands of music and a line or
chestra, will produce the pastoral comedy-drama
of that name at the Grand
u.'iera house this afternoon nnd ton
ing. Tho piece deals with country llfo
and people, three acts of the piny be
ing laid In one of the many ciunlnt
villages of Vermont. Tho second act
jiortrnys Uncle Josh's first visit to
Washington city. In the third uct a
f-ensatlonal saw-mill effect Is shown,
being nothing more or less than a com
plete saw-milt In full operation, cut
ting up genuine timber.
Amour; the Grip Sufferers.
Daniel Scurry, of Cameron's Jewelry
rttire'. Thomas' Morgan, of Alvord &
Male's; J. A. Hbole, of T, C. Robln
iem's office; Tailor Jacob Fuchs, Con
stable Emmett, Frank Vanderford, of
tho iientmcK company; V. J. Powderly,
of Eighth avenue; Fr
Willfauw QriWar., ure
ill whlv'tho gAp.
?ranu States, and
i all reported to be
A Coasting Accident.
A little fellow named Jones, aged,
umut nine years, was enjoying himself
with a number of companions of about
Cures Cough or Cold at once.
Conquers Croup, vltooplng-Couch, Dronchltli,
l.rlpiic kikI Coanuraritlcm. fJulcL-, litre rriultt.
the same age, slelghrldlng on tho
Eighth avenue hill yesterday. He had
descend!! tho hill nevernl times In a
very exhilarating manner nnd was Just
ut the height of his Joy when un acci
dent cut his fun short, nnd sent him
home squalling. While descending the
hill at a high rate of speed his sleigh
'slewed" to one side nnd In a Jiffy tho
boy found himself tumbling over tho
cobblestones and frozen earth, the
sleigh's course having been cut short
by colliding with a telegraph pole. Tho
boy was badly bruised, but, almost
miraculously, csenped any very serious
THE POOL TOURNAMENT.
Increased Interest Taken ns tho Con
testants Get Near Danger Line.
Lost night was the ninth evening of
the Carbondalo Cycle club's pool tourn
ament. As a number of tho contest
ants havo now lost two games they
are a little chary of ploying, as nn
additional zero will have the effect
of barring them out. Last night there
was but one game played, Roberts
beating Gllhool, both in the third
class, by 60 to 4!. Derby, McMillan.
Roberts and Swingle are now tied
for first place, with three games won
nnd none lost each. The following Is
the complete standing:
till? I l Moon a 2
Der.lou 0 2 .Manners ....0 "
Crane 0 'J McMillan 3 0
Cllflonl I 1 J. II. new
l)al 1 0.1. (i. Prat- '.' 1
Derby 3 lictmip 1 1
Day n J Itoh-rt.i R 0
Ditrhttim t 2 Hullnrfonl 0 1
Ely 1 abtilckl.ind 0 2
For.fr 0 lSiiiRtr 0 1
Gllhool '1 1 ('. Smith 1 1
lloolr 1 (VW. Mnlth 0 J
Humph 2 0 Swingle 3 0
Jair.ru 2 1 Stewart 2 1
Krui'p 1 1 Scuiry I 0
Morgan 0 2
HAD ANKLE TWISTED.
Peculiar but Painful Accident to
Joseph Glnloy, of Rattle avenue, had
his ankle badly twisted while at work
at the Powderly mine yesterday after
noon. While taking a loaded car out, he
got his foot twisted In tho "stretcher"
of the car. Before he could extricate
It tho mules started off at full sp;ed,
wrenching the ankle and almost pull
ing it from the socket. As soon as the
mules could be stopped he was released
from his bad predicament and Dr. John
A. Kelley, of South Church street, was
summoned. He speedily worked tho
anklo back Into place and directed that
the Injured man be taken to his home,
where he Is treating him. The ankle
hud swollen before the nrrlvnl of the
doctor to at least six times Its orlglnnl
size, but no serious results ure appre
hended beyond a. few days' confine
ment to his lied.
The Republicans of Carbondale town
ship have gotten together nnd have
nominated the following men as can
didates for the various olllecs to be
filled at tho February election:
Supervisor Patrick Rrown and M. II.
Poor Director Martin McFudden.
School Directors James Bradley and
Treasurer Bert Hudson.
Auditor Patrick Toolnn.
Assessor Philip Lee.
Town Clerk Michael Connor.
Fidelity Conclave's Installation.
The installation ceremonies of Fi
delity conclave, No. 130, Improved Ol
der of Heptasophs. wns held last night
before a largo attendance of members.
District Deputy Allen, of Wilkes
Bnrre, wns the Installing otllcer. Af
ter the impressive exercises, an enjoy
able social time was had. refreshments
and cigars being served, while musi
cal and llterury features and short,
timely speeches were given. All pres
ent report a very successful event.
Will Soon Return Home.
Mayor J. W. Kllpatrlck was In
Scranton yesterday and called on his
daughter, Miss May, who recently
underwent an operation In the Scran
ton private hospital for appendicitis.
Tho young lady Is recovering very rap
Idly and is so much Improved that the
mayor received assurances that she
will be able to return to her homo in
this city on Saturday, If nothing un
looked for happens.
George E. Randolph camp, No,
Sons of Veterans.
Branch 39, Catholic Mutual Benevo
Carbondalo council, No. 924, Royal
Curbondalo canton, No. -10, Patriarchs
To Bo Burled Today.
The funeral of the lato James Mad
den will be held this afternoon, the pro
cession leaving the house on Scott
street at 3 o'clock und repairing to St.
Rose church, where a requiem mass
will bo said. The Interment will tako
place In St. Rose cemetery,
Today, afternoon and evening
January 30 "A Wise Woman."
February 2 "The Power Behind the
To Be Admitted.
Frank D. Stocker, of Jermyn, who
has many friends here, has success
fully passed the final examination nnd
will bo admitted to the bar next Mon
Won a Prize.
T. J. Ullhool, of this city, wai for
tunato enough to win a prize of a sil
ver set at the Young Men's Institute
fair recently held in Dunmora.
Charles Dowe Is confined to his home
on Lathrop avenue by serious Illness.
His friends uro very upprehenslvH of
the outcome of his grave attack.
Mrs. John Roche, of Orchard street,
entered Dr. Wheeler's private hospital
yetlerday for treatment.
E.L. Hatfield, man
ager1 of the Carbon
dale edition, will be
pleased to receive
callers seeking Infor
mation or desirous of
Imparting It. Tele
phone numbers: New
aSfi: old, 0423,
Judge William S. Wells.
The venerable Judge William H.
Wells, one of Wllkcs-Barro's most
honored citizens, died on Tuesday
night of pleuro-pncumonla, with which
he had been afflicted but two days.
Ho was born In Greenfield ,Mnss., In
1S1G, and removed to Wllkes-Barro
when 20 years of age. Ho Is sur
vived by one son and three daughters
one' of whom Is Mrs. J. K. Watt, of
William Bowers died at 11 o'clock
on Tuesday evening nt his homo at 69
Canaan street, nfter only a week's Ill
ness, nged G9 years. His end wns very
peaceful, death coming painlessly nnd
he sinking to sleep peacefully.
Mr. Bowers wns born In Manchester,
England, and remained In his native
country until ho had attained tho nge
of 23. Prior to that ho had married
Miss Caroline Locke, and tho couplo
have passed nearly hnlf a century of
happy wedded llfo together. In 18." I
they left their native land nnd started
on u sailing ship for the United States.
On nrrlvnl, they came to this state,
locating near Scrnnton. For six years
they lived there and then once inoru
Journeyed to a new homo, coming to
this city, where they have resided for
the past forty years. He Immediately
found a, position with the Dolawaro
and Hudson Canal company, remain
ing, with that corporation until fatt
ing health compelled him to sever his
ties there in 1S9G to ids former assist
ant, Robert Carter. He was superin
tendent of tho mlno department of tho
company almost from the first year ho
was employed by them until his final
relinquishment. When tho Fallbrook
nnd Newton Water company was or
ganized, some yenrs ago, Mr. Bowers
was one of the chief stockholders nnd
directors nnd was elected superintend
ent. Although one of the most public
spirited of men, Mr. Bowers never
held office and his happy home lite
engaged his attention to the exclusion
of political matters. Mr. Bowers wm
a member of Cambrian lodge of Odd
Fellows, of this city, and ono of th
most ardent church workers of Tiinlty
Episcopal church, for many years be
ing n vestryman and senior warden
of the church. In his death, tho com
munity hns lost a man of sterling
character, a generous, chailtablo and
esteemed citizen, whose passing away
will be deeply deplored.
Mr. Bowers Is survived by his
widow, a daughter and two sons. Miss
Isabella nnd William Bowers, of this
elr and John Bower, of Wlllws
Barre. The funeral will be held tomorrow
afternoon. The services w'il be con
ducted at his lute homo at 2 o'clock,
by Rev. Rollln A. Sawyer, of Trinity
Episcopal church, after which the in
terment will take place In the family
burying plot In Maple-wood cemetery.
Mrs. Henrietta Lee.
The funeral of Mrs. Henrietta Ljt,
widow of Egbert Lee-, was held yes
terday afternoon at her late resldenco
on Belmont street. Tho Rev A. F.
Chaffee, pastor of tho First Methodist "Pnr' "niciiis; intermemaie opa"
ohurch. of which Mrs. I.- was a ! " ernule, Florence Miller,
member, conducted the services. a ' Nora Muldoon, Agnes Freas, Leono
quartette from the chut oh, composed
of Mrs. Abbey, Miss Nettle Bailey,
Hubert F. Clark and W. U. Moon,
sang several favorite hymns of the
departed one. Many beautiful ilorai
emblems were presented by sorrowing
friends. The pall bearers were Na
than English, G. W. Norrls. Joseph
Deitrlck, D. K. Lee, Mllo Phelpi fuid
S. A. Dlllz. The llower bearer was
Joseph S. Wilson. Interment was
made. In Maplewood cemetery.
Mrs. John Smith.
The funeral services over the le
ntalns of Mrs. John Smith took place
yesterday morning at half past nine
o'clock. A high mass of requiem was
eclebrated In St. Rose church, by tho
Rev. Walter Gorman. The pall bear
ers wero Daniel Loftus, Patrick Flnor
an, Thomas Golden, John Cnwley, Wil
liam Shelley and John Glttings.
Lots of Refreshments.
It Is suld Carbondale will havo two
now liquor stores, If the court will
grant the licenses when the applica
tions aro made In March. The build
ing on South Main street formerly oc
cupied by Patrick McDonald Is now in
the hands of tho carpenters and Is, It
Is said, being fitted up for tho use of
a Vandllng man by the name of Me
Giannaghun, who contemplates open
ing up a wholesale liquor store. It has
also been rumored, and seemingly on
reliable grounds, that tho Mendelsons,
of Muyfield, will also open a Carbon
dale store after license court acts on
nn application. The Elbrecht store
mom on North Main street Is men
tioned ns the probable location of their
business. They havo a large trado In
this vicinity and, It Is snld, have been
contemplating this move for somo
An Actress Suffers Loss.
By the burning of the Grand opera
house, In Cincinnati, which was de
tailed at length In yesterday's Trib
une, a former Curbondallan lost all her
wardrobe. Sho Is a Bister of James II,
and George Paul, of this city, nnd Is a
member of tho E. H. Sothcrn company.
Mr. Price Declines,
Hugh Price, who was nominated for
poor director In tho First ward nt tho
recent Democratic city convention, has
withdrawn. A. P. Rlvenburg, tho pres
out secretary, whoso term expires In
April, has been placed on tho ticket by
the executive committee.
Dissolution of Partneishlp,
The firm of Leo & Snyder, liverymen,
of Salem avenue? hno decided to dis
solve partnership, Mr. Leo retiring, to
start a livery busiueds In tho old Rlv
enburg stund, on Salem tivenuo.
Now a Railroader.
Joseph Gullugher has secured a po
sition with the Delawaro und Hudson
Tho Passing Throng.
Miss Anna Kranlss, of South Church
street, Is visiting frlenda in Hones
dote. Miss Agnes Langan is down ivlth the
E. C. Hnrnden, of Binghamton, Was
In town yesterday.
William Klots, of Scranton, wns In
this city yesterday. i
Miss uramo Marley, of Scranton,
pent Tuesday with town friends.
Mrs. S. W. Kupp In quite 111 In her
apartments In the Hotel Harrison.
John McDonald, of Forest City, called
on Carbondalo friends lat evening.
Miss Isabello Watt, of Church street,
was a caller In Scrnnton yestorday.
Auguatln St. John, of the Parlor City,
was among yesterday's callers In town.
Emma May Colburn, daughter of
Mrs. Llzilo Colburn, of Cliff street, is
Mrs. J. P. H. Rnynor, of Belmont
street, hns been spending several days
Charles Wilson, of Troy, N. Y is
spending no vera I days with old ac
quaintances In town.
lOdwnrd Moon has accepted a posi
tion with tho Delaware und Hudson
railroad as trainman.
John W. Mitchell, of Niagara Falls,
Is visiting his mother, Mrs. It. J. Dele
van, of Belmont street.
Miss Margaret Thomas has resumed
her duties as clerk In Alderman Jones'
ofllce, after a short Illness.
Mlsa Sarah Dovlne, of Scrnnton, Is
vlsltlntr at the homo of Michael Gal
lagher, on Brooklyn street.
A number of Carbondale' people wero
in Forest City, Tuesday, attending tho
funeral of Mrs, Hugh Pohren.
Rev. Rollln A. Sawyer, rector of
Trinity church, attended the meetings
of the archdeaconry In Scranton.
Mrs. David Cushlno nnd daughter, of
Pittsburg, are tho guests of Mrs. Jo
seph Harris, on Belmont street.
Hans Anderson, foreman of tho
Clover Leaf Manufacturing company,
1h confined to his home by Illness.
Miss Mary Thompson, of Syracuse,
N. Y., Is a guest of Mrs. M. C. Elliott,
at the Congregational parsonage.
Mrs. James Corrlgan nnd son John,
of this city, are visiting Mr. nnd Mrs.
James Price, of Mill street, Plttston.
Mr. and Mrs. James Moran. of Buf
falo, N. Y., arc visiting tho latter's
father, Richard Moran, of Pike street.
C. X. Bronson, of the Carbondalo
Milling company. Is out, after several
days' confinement to the house by the
Mrs. Martha Penwarden, of Lincoln
uvenue, Is the guest of her son, Yard
master George Penwarden, in Hones
dale. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pnscoc and Mrs.
Harriet Raynor registered at tho St.
Charles hotel, New Orleans, on Janu
J. E. Watt and wife and Mrs. W. E.
Watt went to Wllkes-Barro yesterday,
having been called there by the death
of Judge Wells.
Tho condition of Rev. Father Lynott,
of Jermyn, who has many friends here.
Is much Improved, according to the
latest news received.
Charles and Eugene Castle and Gar
field Starblrd, of Vestal, N. Y are vis
iting friends In this city und will also
spend severnl days In Bethany.
Thomas O'Connell, the Park street
grocer. Is much improved and Is now
able to sit up a few hours each day.
Ho has been suffering with rheuma
tism. JERMYN AND MAYF1ELD.
Jermyn public school report, for
month ending Jan. 10. The following
are those who havo no mark below DO
per cent: High school Seniors, Mary
Jenkins, Ida Giles, Cora Unttenberg;
Junior, Mamie Evans; sub-juniors, Al-
onzo Davis, Clyde Townsend, Maggie
Marsh; first year, Mary Murphy, Bula
Sprague, Mary Spettlgue, Flora Do
pew. Harold Davis. George Gebhardt:
grammar deparmtent, ninth grade,
nun, nitiy ucuiiiney, iivc uune, uuiu
Wall, Rnmond Davis, Thomas Mul
doon; seventh grade, Loretta Irving,
Minnie Parks, Muggle Mcndrew,
Edna Maynard. Rex Townsend. Delia
Wademnn; sixth grade, Olo Gilbert,
Mary Splllane, Minnie Oakley, Sara
Harvey, Florence Gebhardt, Florence
Allan, Mnmlo Furey, Stanley Evans;
primary department, fifth grade, Anna
May Smith, Elolse Shields, Gonevlovo
Murphy, Hilda Phillips, Margaret Jen
kins, Ethel Bell, Frank Loughney;
fourth grade, Myrtle Smith, Jennie.
Smallacombe, Maud Adams, Ray Cm
mre, Florence Davis, Charles Galne,
Newel Townsend, Joseph Rowland,
Charles Winters, Henry Klrkpatrlck,
George Johns, Clara Yarns, Willie
Davidson, Lowell Wall, Esther Fee
noy, Charles Median, Sylvia Dlake,
Nabath Williams, Anna Puckey, Ida
Morcom, Sarah Morgan, Dennis Sulll
vnn Ethel Harvey, May Hosle, Hattto
Hill, Cella Meehnn, Anna Clark,
Mamie Mann, Alice Ebdon, Alfred
Horsewell; third grade. John Adams,
Frank Cunningham, Rolnnd Day, Isa
belle Davidson, Pearl Hall, Thomas
Kelley, Bernotta Murphy, Joseph Mor
com, Mildred Netherton, Bella Prlnn,
Flossie Price, Cora Jones, Herbert
Puckey, Hnrold Mellow; Dorothy Eb
don, Ruth Avery, Mildred Forschnor,
Lea Farley, Willard Grlfllths, Mnry
O'Gara, Eddie Rosser, Elmer Blake;
second grade, Albert Long, Irene,
Smith, Blodwen Evnns, Maude Veale,
Alta Wademnn .Anna Collins, Ber
nard Wlvell, Genevieve Smith, Ros
well Salisbury, Alex. Muldoon, Viola
Luxmore, Grace Tompkins, Emma,
Davles, Reglna Meehan; first grade,
John Donohue, Willie Martin, Floyd
Klrkpatrlck, Walter Rarryman, Jos
eph Dougher, Alfred Veale, Matthew
Leslie, Frank Feeney, Earl Ronnie,
Marguerite Dowd, Helen Davidson,
Blanche McIInle, Mildred Gilbert, Car
rie Blake. Mary Blglln. H. N. Bar
Tho Second ward Republicans will
hold their caucus In Enterprise hull
nt 8 o'clock this evening.
Miss Bessie Barrett, of Susquehanna,
is visiting at the home of her brother,
Prof. H. N. Bnrrett, of Second street.
Thomas, tho little son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Dawe, of Cemetery street,
Is seriously 111.
Miss Jennie McGnrry, of Now York,
Is vlstlng her sister, Mrs. M. A. Far
roll, of Muyneld.
Tho store clerks of the borough held
a meeting last evening for tho purpose
or organizing a union,
Mr. Frank D. Stocker, who success
fully passed his final examination, Is
to be admitted to the bar on Mon
day. Mrs. Jenkins, wife of Rev. Edward
Jenkins, of Main street, who has been
111 for several days past of pneu
monia, was In a very critical condi
tion Inst evening, und there Is little.
If nny, hope for her recovery,
Lincoln A. Green was a Scranton
Mrs. David 0. Grlltlths. of Scranton,
spent yesterday with Jermyn rein
tlvec. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Wlllmnn, Attor
ney nnd Mif.. Iluttenborg, Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Badger and Miss Thomp
son attended thn lecturo given In tho
Rcrcnn Baptist church, Carbondale, on
Mrs. Wnrren Miller nnd daughter,
Lola, of Carbondale, wero visitors here
Organizer Baxter, 'of the Interna
tional Brotherhood of Stationary Fire
men, will be nt Edmund's hall, May
Held, on Tuesday evening und will bo
glad to meet any who desire to Join
A large number of people attend thn
exhibition of tho Bohemian Glass
Blowers which Is given at the Father
Mathcw opora house every afternoon
and evening. It will be continued
throughout the week. Admlslson, 10
Mr. und Mrs. John O'Malley have
moved Into tho Evans building on
T. Frank Jordnn, James Jordan, Mrs.
J. W. O'Brien and M. J. Lavtn attend
ed the funeral of Father Smoultor's
mother at' Wllkes-Barro yesterday
Mrs. John Phillips, of Susquehanna
street, Is qulto 111.
Tho members of the Ancient Order
of Hibernian arc making preparations
for an entertainment which will bo
held at the Father Mathow opera house
Mrs. D. W. Harris Is 111 with an at
tack of tho grip.
Robert O'Connell, of Honcsdalc, was
a caller In town yesterday.
Mrs. P. W. Fadden Is 111 at her homo
on Dunmorc street.
Mrs. H. 11. Hownrd and Miss Flos
slo Howard Bpent yesterday with
A very pretty wedding was woleinn
lzed at St. Jnmes church last evening,
In which Miss Mary Ellen Franey, of
Railroad street, was united In marriage
to Mr. John Loomls, of Bridge street.
The house was well filled with Invited
friends of the bridal pair; the Interior
was beautifully decorated with potted
plants, (lowers and palms. Tho wed
ding ceremony was performed by the
pastor of St. James church, of which
the bride und groom uro active mom
'bers. The bride entered the church
leaning on the arm of the groom, closu
ly followed by the best man, Mr. Pat
rick Judge, of Depot street, accom
panied by Miss Grace Franey, of
Scrnnton. Preceding the party was
Miss Murgaret Engen, who acted its
llower girl. The bride looked charm
ing in a beautiful gown of steel colored
broadcloth, trimmed with ibroeaded s-llk
and ribbon, and hat to match. She
carried a bouquet of white rises. The
bridesmaid wore a dress of drab,
trimmed with white ribbon. She car
ried pink roses. The little llower girl
was attired In white silk, and carried
a basket of white (lowers. After con
gratulations, tho bridal party enjoyed
a trip to Carbondnlo. On their return
Mrs. Franey had n sumptuous feast
u waiting them. Afterwards a social
was held at Sweeney's hall. Mr, and
Mrs. Loomls will In tho near future
begin housekeeping on Rnllroad street.
They aro well-known In this place, and
have many friends who Join In wish
ing them n life of uninterrupted Joy.
Tho bride Is a young woman of numer
ous accomplishments, and her husband
Is employed by tho Sterrick Creek Coal
company In a responsible position. The
guests at the wedding festivities from
out of town were as follows: Mrs. J.
F. Curran and daughter Winifred, Mr.
and Mrs. Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Michael
i Coleman, of Hyde Tark; Mr
Thomas Franey and Mr. Gnrvey and
' Mr. and Mrs. McCormack, of Throij:
' Miss Ella Franey, of Park Place: Mr.
nnd Mrs. Davltt, Misses Nellie Franey
and U. Franey, of Providence: Mrs.
Carney, Mrs. John Doyle and Miss
Annie Carney, of South Scranton; Mr.
nnd Mrs. Christ Murray, of Carbon
dnlo, nnd Mrs. Loomls and daughter,
of Jermyn. Supper was served to IDS
Rev. E. J. Ldfferty attended the
funeral of Rev. J. M. Smoultor's
mother, In Wllkes-Barre, yesterday.
Joseph Conway Is a victim of tho
prevailing epidemic, grip.
The Ellto Social club Is making great
prcparutlona for their social, which will
take place at the St. James hall on
The barber shops In town will be
closed every evening at 8 o'clock, ex
cept Wednesday and Saturday.
A chicken supper was served In tho
Mlethodlst church last evening nnd
was well attended.
James Hill Is tho guest of Mrs. Da
vid W. Brown this week.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Coleman, of Scranton,
havo moved Into the house of Fred
Mrs. Henry M. Ives nnd Miss Jessie
Hall, of Glcnburn, left on Monday
evening for a two months' sojourn in
Among those suffering with the grip
In this placo this week are Mrs. Wal
ter Purdy, Mrs. O. W. Mason, Mrs.
Sidney Johnson and Mrs. It. M. John
son. Miss Surah Ware, assistant postmis
tress, has been confined to her home
this week wtlh nn nttslck of pleurisy.
People have been busy having their
Ice houses filled this week. At Glen
burn pond a lnrgo force of men have
been engaged harvesting Ice and tilling
tho largo Ire houses located on tho
shore of the pond. Tho Ice has all
been sold to a New York firm.
Tho public school flag was unfurled
to the breeze yesterday nt half mast
In honor of tho death of tho noble
queen of England.
Mrs. William Von Sto'rch entertained
her father from Scranton on Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Northup, of Olyphant,
visited her parents at Ulenhuin on
Rev. James Putnam, D. D., of New
York, will preach In tho Baptist church
on Sunday evening. On Tuesday overl
ing next ho will deliver the first of his
series of stereoptleon lectures, tho sub
ject being "Tho Romo of tho Caesars
and the Romo of the Pope." On Wed
nesday evening he will lectin o on
"Paris the Queen City of the World,"
and on Thursday evening the llnal lee
tur'e will be on "Tho Land of the Phn
roahs." Tberf lectures will be a real
I t'jinrynnd historical treat for the pin
plu of Daltou und the admission, iiu
cents, each evening Is so low that nil
can attend them.
Mrs. Marshall Finn has hern qulto
111 this week ut her home.
Mrs. Silas Whitney h vIkIIIhk filtmds
Walter I'mdy has been promoted to
n position a:i bookkeeper In tho Lacka
wanna ear shops In Hcrunton,
To Prevent the Grip
I.jwlho lliinmi-Qulnliu' i(mnW4 H' i'.ic
l&ncludtd from P;e .
house regarding tho funeral arrange
ments or tho removal of tho body, and
nothing will bo until after tho arrival
of tho king, Tho palace Is painfully
quiet this evening. There havo 'been
no arrlvnls or departures clnco tho king
left. TI13 family dinner party, llko that
of last evening, was brief.
Herr Fuchs, tho Oermnn scuptor, has
arrived to tako a cast of tho dead
It Is reiwrtcd that Emporor William
will remain In tho Isle of Wight until
tho removal of the body, even If this
should bo postponed for a fortnight.
Tho Lato Queen Had a Largo Income
In Addition to Her Allowance
from tho Government.
London, Jan. 23. Tho queen's private
wealth yielded nn Income of about 200,
000 pounds yearly. This is exclusive
of 385,000 pounds nnnually from par
liament. Her private Income, as gath
ered from easily available sources, wns
lrom the Duchy or Lancaster, up
wards of GO.OOO pounds; from 37,37;!
acres In the queen's own estates, 25,000
pounds; from'London realty, supposed
ly 10,000 pounds; In consols and other
securities, between three and four mil
lions. Sho Inherited nearly all the
prince consort's estate of 600,000 pounds
forty years ago, and GOO.000 In 1832
from John Camden NIold, the son of a
Tho queen was a clear-headed busi
ness woman and, of course, had the
best advice. In 18S1, by the advice of
Lord Cross, Lord Sidney and Sir Ar
nold White, she bought property for
78,000 pounds, the mnrket value of
which Is now reckoned to bo 270,000
pounds. Sho has estates In several
Germnu municipalities nnd Inherited u
beautiful villa at Baden from Princess
Hohenlohe. The queen's laces are
worth nn enormous sum. These and
he: private Jewels, gold plato and pic
tures, etc., ure estimated to value
more than a million pounds sterling.
Important Capture by United States
Officials Near Plattsburg Pa
pers Implicating Now York
ers Are' Pound.
Ily Uxiluiitc Wire irvin Tlir Auoclatrtl I'rffk.
Plattsburg, N. Y., Jan. 23. One of
the most Important arrests ever made
In connection with the system or
smuggling Chinamen into this part of
the country was made last night nt a
house owned by M. W. Maynard nnd
situated about one-half mile northeast
of tho village of Champlaln, N. Y., and
less 'than a mile this side of the Can
Chinese Inspector Alfred Anderson,
of Boston, and Chinese Interpreter
AVntlace arrested four Chinamen and
also Edouard Gadouu, of Montreal,
who was conducting them Into tho
United States. The Importance of the
capture lies In the fact that when
Gadoua was searched papers and note
books were found on him which gave
the names of many persons In Mon
treal. New York city and small places
near tho Canada line In New York and
Vermont, who have been suspected for
n long time by the customs officials.
Gadoun, left Montreal with the four
Chinamen on January 11. over the
Grand Trunk road. At Cotcnu they
changed cars and proceeded to Henrys
burgh, Quebec, over the Canada At
lantic road, from which point they
wero driven across the lino In sight of
the house near Champlaln, where they
wero captured. They were secreted at
Mnynards from Saturday night until
Tuesday night, when Anderson nnd
Wallace arrested them.
Today the prisoners were brought
here and arraigned before United
States Commissioner Woodward. Ga
doua pleaded not guilty to tho charges
made against him, nnd his ball was
fixed at $1,000. Ho was unable to fur
nish ball, and was taken back to Jail.
In caso ho Is cxmvlcted, he may bo
fined $1,000 and Imprisoned for ono
THE MINE WORKERS
Feature of Yesterday's Session of the
Conventlonat Indianapolis Ref
erence to Coal Situation.
Dy Excluilve Wire from The Associated Prm.
Iridlnnapolly, Jan. 23. President John
Mitchell's annual address was the fea
ture of today's session of tho conven
tion of United Mlno Workers of Amer
Ict. It contained 15,000 worils, being tho
longest ever presented to a miners'
convention. Ho went Into the details
of the anthracite strike of last Sep
tember and announced that the organ
ization's growth during tho past vear
surpassed oven tho extraordinary In
crease reported In 1S99. There was in
December, lltuO, a membership of 189,
320. In reference to arbitration, Presl
dent Mitchell said:
"Tho iidvnntugPH to miners and oper
ators alike, where mutual contracts
aro entered Into for a given period of
time, having become so obvious that
I um convinced that even more satis
factory results would accruu to each
nnd greater stability and permanence
bo given the coal trade If contracts
wero entered Into which would Insure
uninterrupted employment for a period
of two years Instead of one; and I
should advise that our delegation pro
pose to the operators nt tho Joint con
vention that the agreement, If ono bo
ennctcd, be mnde to continue for two
years, and an a further protection
ngaliift strikes which are nuused
through inlsluteipivtittlon or misunder
standings of the provisions of our
Joint ngieements, I would recommeii !
that our organization propose to ihti
i operators the formation of n Joint
1 houid of arbitration and conciliation,
i whot duty it shall be to adjust all
deputes ailHing Di'tween tno operators
mill mliiPts over the consttiK-tlon or in
ternretntlon of the provisions of the
Joint nirtei'inent: the services of such
Ixmul to be tailed upon only wheiv ad
justments cannot he effected by Um
ordinary and established methods now
Couvlcted of Manslaughter.
V Y'.lk, Jjii. -'. .lulu, Muil, iV .leir l'(l
Emphatic Talk by Scranton
Every day in tho year soma resident
of Scranton Is telling a friend: or
neighbor about experiences with
Doan'n Kidney Pills. No mch rn
phatlo endorsement was ever given tor
nny modern medicine, Read what this
Mr. Morgan Williams, of M0 North
Hyde Park nvenu. employed as a
miner In the Hyde Park mine, e.yi
"I had for a year, off and on, sharp
pains across my kidneys. If I stooped
It hurt me so that I almost yelled from
pain, nnd when I went to straighten
the sharp pains In my back were very
severe. I mentioned my condition to
a friend, who advised me to use Doan'i
Kidney Pills, saying that they wer
tho best remedy that ho had heard of.
I got a box at Matthews Bros.' dru.j
store und commenced to use them.
Gradually the pain began to leave, and
when I hud finished the box It had en
Sold for CO cents per box. For itula
by all dealers. Foster-Mllburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Remember the name Doan's and tak
v.n toity coiiyIcIihI ot inaiMtatiRhter in Hi
llrt iH'iw. He shot mil killed Hobttt Rlkln.
u clerk, lhln; In Writ llolroktn, N. J on
Snv. .1. Sweet mM Hut lie nu pasulnr alonkf
the utrcet nnd that KIMtu ilt on lili clothliik--.
He nmoiutnitod wltli Klldns unit w then
dialed ly IMklns .aid a number of. friend'.
Sweet M lie iliot In self defrnie.
The Republicans of this borough hel.t
their primaries at the various voting
places on Tuesday from 4 to 7 p. m.
The contents were bitterly waged, art
unusually large vote being polled. Th
results of the primaries are ns fol
lows: For Justli'o of the peace, An
drew Doles: for auditor. Kvan G.
Kvnns:: First ward, council, David H.
F.vans; assessor, Thomas G. Francis
second, ward, council. Comer K.
Jones; school director, Joseph Davis;
assessor, Willard Sweet; Third ward,
council, William Prlco; school direc
tor. Kvan G. Watklns; assessor, David
F. Evans; Fourth ward, council, Sam
uel Hnrlos; school directors. Jamci
Price and James S. Evans; assessors,
William Williams: Fifth ward, coun
cil, David D. Griffiths; school director.
George Danse: assessor, Willard
The remains of John Jordan, who en
listed In Company K, United State
Infnntry. nnd who was assigned to
service InUie Philippines, where he
died, nrrlved at tho home of his sis
ter, Mrs. John Graham, of Old Forge,
The concert given last evening by
the Taylor Silver Cornet band nt
Weber's rink, wns well patronized,
and was a grand musical and literary
Word was received from the Mosu
Tnylor hospital stating that John
Evans, son of Mrs. Edward K. Evans,
had his foot amputated above the an
kle at that Institution on Tuesday.
Joseph Falrclough, whose home Is
on Main street itiul who Is employed at
Crossman's store. In Providence, acci
dentally shot himself through the
hand recently while examining fire
arms. The wound, while not of a very
serious nature, will prevent his work
ing for some time.
There will bo a sweoprtako plg?on
shnotlng match at live birds nt th
Falrvlew hotel, on February 22. The
rules are: Twenty-one yards rise;
eighty yards boundary: seven birds
per man; $" In prizes.
The Young Men's Literary society
of the Church of th Immaculate Con
ception are making elaborate arrange
ments to conduct a grand supper and
ball nt Weber's rink on Feb. 12. The
event promises to be a grand affair,
as the committee comprises hustling
young men and are bent on making
It ono of the grandest successes of
the season. The above organization
will hold an Important meeting on Fri
Mrs. George Haas and Mrs. Joseph
Woodworth are visiting relatives In
Tnylor castle, No. 267, Knights ot th?
Colden Eagle, will meet In regular ses
sion this evening.
Mrs. W. II. Davenport, of South
aln Mstreet, has returned from visit
ing her daughter, Mrs, O. B. Richards,
Lackawanna V council, No. 51, will
meet this evening.
Mrs. Reuben Wnlters, of Bingham
ton, X. Y., Is nt tho bedside of her
mother, Mrs. Bleseckor. of Mnln
street, who Is seriously ill.
Thomns Sherman, of Paterson, N.
J., will succeed James Hill nt the Tay
lor silk mill. Mr. Hill returning to hi?
home In New Jersey.
Mrs. Thoinus Glllett ts III at her
homo with tho grip.
Miss Jennie Vanwngner returned to
her home In Now York, after spend
ing a week In this vicinity.
Miss Grace Smith, of tho Summit,
Is visiting at tho home of Alfred
The ofllcers-eleot of tho "Washington
camp, No. 174, Patdlotlo Order Sons of
America, will be Installed this even
ing. After tlie Installation an enter
tainment will be given, to which th
public Is Invited.
The Young Boys' Singing class a""
on Tuesday evening at the homea
Howurd Smith, J&
The Delnwara Vote.
Ily Kxelmhe Wlro troiu Tne Auoelnted Crew
lloicr, Pel., Jan. 23. Tlie eighth d4jr'j Joint
eetiluii of the legUUtui'fi ailed to elect I'nttrd
' suti' keiutw. The vote ehowed little i-runio
, .ml uiit a follow: Tor the long term Kennj,
I lliuixint. '.'0; A. Micks, Union ltepubllcvn, 1),
!)u'WU, KepulilliM.i, h; Mjlterlni;, Kepulillon.-,
4; invent, PtmocMli, 3; lte)uuli(iiiu 1; lire
M-jry tn rholce, S.V Tor the thort term -SinUlmry,
PemocMt, 'Hi! Addlek, Union lie'
ivihllmn, 13; Itlehmd'on, teruttr liepubllciii,
Hi i Jlliiliitf, Itepuhllciitx, 'J; abent, Penm
uU .1. lliMil.lcaiii li iKiriry tn tholie,
Death Due to a Fall.
Ily Kxrlinhe Wile flum The AuotUltd 1'icm.
llle-ll.inv, .1 Jit. it. In tho cl&c ot Anton
Mndmliei, vlin ai wpiweil to he heen
imtrdi'ird, the (or.inVi, Jury thla altrrnoon I'
turi.i'il ii eidut .i. ini; dcilli wan due to a nil