The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 25, 1901, Page 6, Image 6

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Ceremony Pevfoimcd by Dr. tie
Gi itchy LflBt Evening nt the Homo
of the Bride's Parents on North
Hydo Pnik Avenue Williams
Bodycomh, EvetB-Colllns and
Fiftunfclker-Rcynolds Nuptials.
Funerals of Mrs. B. Hughes, Eva
Bennett and Thomas H. Davis.
Tile IllHllhlK"' )t' ! .), William'. t
31U .North Kvervtl nvi-ntic, son of Mr.
nrifl .MrK, John ',. Yv'ltlliiuw, ami MIxh
.Margin d MoiKHti. diiiiKhtft-of .Mr. arid
MrH. William Mot Knit, of .'.IT Ninth
Hyde Pat I; n venue, uun soleinnb.iHl
t S..I0 o'clock lam cvctilliB at tin;
homo of tho bride's iinrcntM In the
jiteMMice of a Uibc number of jrlondi
Mild H'latlVPH.
Tho ceremony wnn net formed by Hew
Thomas de CJrucliy. 1. !-. pastor of
tho Jackson Htipet Kapthl church, of
which both young people uiv inenilici.s
and Mng In the choir. The bride vv.ih
unattended nml wore a voiy li-comliiK
sown of brown poplin, tiltumed with
appllciuc nllk, and catrlod bililal rosea.
The wedding niait'hes worn played
by Vrofphsor l.ovvls tluvli, ohoilstei of
the Jackson Strict Riiptlxt church, anil
tho choir wan present and s.tnjf sev
"tal selections. Following the eere
many a icceptlon was tendered Mr. and
iMrs. Williams und supper was nerved
to a larK number of BiiesU.
They will dlspeiiHu with a wedditiK
lilp and liPRln hmi.'eltecplm,- liiimmll
ntly In n newly furnished home nt 12.1
3s'oitli Kverctt avenue. Many valuable
and pretty presents were received by
iljeni as wedding gifts.
Tnomns Williams, of Kynon nti-et,
find Mis. Maria Hodycomb, of Hamp
ton stieet, were quietly married at
M," o'clock last evening at the resi
lience of Mr. und Mrs. James A. Kvans,
im North Hyde 1'ark avenue, by llov.
1. P. Hopkins, pastor of the First
"Wolsli Baptist church.
The couplo were unattended and Im
mediately nfter the nuptial knot was
lied repaired to the homo of the bride's
parents, on Hampton street, where a
number of relatives and friends had
gathered to ccmgiutulato them.
Both are well known In tht; Fif
teenth ward, wheio they have resided
1 and colds
Fashionable Corset Talk
Straight Front Corsets have come to stay, and without
a straight front corset it is impossible for any woman
to wear an up-to-date gown and have it fit properly.
All the
New Corset Models for Spring, 1901
Are ready for your inspection, and 30 varied are they
in style and proportion that we can safely promise to
perfectly fit any figure with a corset that will fill all of
fashion's demands and ieel as comfortable as an easy
fitting glove. Our range of prices in the newest mod
els of Straight Front Corsets, runs from $1.00 to $5.00
a pair, and includes such famous makes as
are guaged, All new models.
4Her Majesty" Corset!. entirely new and
unique styles, in which fashion
and comfort admirably blends.
; "R.4 & G" Corsets, in straight front shapes,
': with or w thout the girdle, also
'i all the regular stock styles.
The range of colors and materials is complete in every
', instance. Othei makes as well, and they'ro all
new. ;
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Speca Sale of "Redfern" Corsets
No need to say one word in their favor. The best
dressed women in the land wear them, and they are
always right.
, 1:'T Saturday
Keurorn "A" corsets in White, usually $5.00 $3.50
Keatern "A" corsets in Black, usually 6,00
Redfern "D" Corsets in White, usually 2.50
Redfern "D" 'Corsets in Black, usually 3.00
, , A full line of the best $1 corsets in the world
will be on sale on Saturday only at
Globe Warehouse
They will tesldo on
Stephen livers and Miss Mury Agliei
Collins, well known young people, weio
united In manlike at Ht. Patrick's
Catltollc church Wednesday afternoon
at r o'clo:l: by lluv. 1'. K. Laviilli.
Tho couple wcrti attended by Miss
Maty Movies and Michael Kvvis, u
hi other of the gioout. They are now
enjoying a wedding tllp through Mow
York state and upon their return will
leslde In West Scrulilon.
.unounceineul has Just been made
of the iiiairlagf of Mahloti Fraunfelker
and Miss Ilattlc Heynolds. both of 121
North Hromley nvunue.
This ceiemony was performed In New
York on Wednesday by Ttev. A. II.
Heath, of New York city. The bride
Ir a sinter of the groom's llrst wife.
Funeral of Mrs. B. Hughes.
Services over tho itnuulns of the late
Mrs. LI. Hughes wore held at the bouse,
on Washburn street, lust evening ami
were attended by many people who en
Joyed tlu filendshlp and esteem of de
cerned In life. The services woie- In
ehatge of lluv. I). I). Hopkins', pastor
of the First Welsh Haptlsl church, of
which Mis. IltiKhes was a devoted
The iiuhIoi Hke at some length on
the text fi-ont Hev., xlv:13, "messed
ate the dead that die In th? l.oid." Ho
tefeircd to tho true Christian charac
ter of Mrs. Hughe, and appealed to
bis hearurn to prollt by her Oodlv life.
The funtiul will occur at !i o'clock
this tuurnlntr, when the icmutns will
be taken to Sliatuokln for Interment.
A number of people will accompany
tho body to Its tlnnl tvullng plate. Tho
piill-ln-ai-ors will be Hon. Jtfhii T. Will
lams, Udward Thomas, Henry P. Da
vies, Joseph HeynohN, James A. Hvans
and Hvan J. Davles.
Among the out-of-town people who
wore present at the service last even
Ins were Mrs. John' Hvans, of Wester
ly, 11. T.: John Heeso and John 12ddv,
of Sharnokln.
Ohter Funerals Yesterday.
Ilov. Thomas de- Orucliy, 1). D pus
tor of tho Jackson Street Hapttat
church, officiated at the funeral of
Kva, the young daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Bennett, yesteiday uftei
noon. Services were held at the bouse
on Garfield avenue, and Interment was
made hi the Washburn street nine.
The funeral of the late Thomas H.
Davis was conducted yesterday after
noon from the bouse of deceased's p.u
ents on Pleasant street, ltev. V. A.
Itoyl, pastor of Plymouth CongrogH
tional church, otllclated, ami burial
was mado In the Washbuin street
Jackson Street Church.
The diummer evangelist, ltev. W. H.
Williams, was greeted by a large con
gregation last evening nt the Jackson
Street Baptist church. He preaches
with very Si eat earnestness and power.
for many years,
Hamilton street.
Straight front Militant" and
popular girdle corsets, in Em
press Josephine models.
Straight front corsets, on entire
ly new lines, as well as all the
regular styles.
Corsets, the standard of excel
lence by which all other corsets
which moves the people. Ho took for
bin subject last nlfrht, "No Itoom for
Jesus." At the close of bin address,
four people presented themselves for
prayers and were converted.
llev, Mr. Williams has had conver
sions every night since the meotttiKflbe
san, with tho congregation lnci cnshicc
every nlfcht. The nubject for this even
ing will lw "The Prodigal Hon." Kvcry
body Is Invited to the services.
Simpson M. E. Chuich.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Simp
son Methodist Uplsclpal chinch io
cently elected the fotowltiR olllcors for
tho ensuing year: President, Mrs. S.
W. Wrlgleyj nrst vice president, MTs.
J. P. Randolph; second vice president,
Mrs. J, D. Saunders; secretary, Mrs.
Dr. P. C. Hall; treasurer, Mrs. W. Tt.
Cnstner; managers, Mrs. J, It. James,
Mrs. 1). Dourlck, Mrs. Harriet Mott,
Mrs. M. Ace and Mrs. Oeorse Keltn.
Chairman of devotions, Mrs. J. P. Itan
dolph. Yesterday the newly elected olllcers
gave a dinner In the church parlors to
tho members of the society, nt which
llev. Dr. and Mis. Sweet were tho
Ktiests of honor. Tho menu was excel
lent and n most enjoyable lime was
had by nil.
Without any ilomlsh of tiumpets
some most successful meetings are be
ing nightly hold In the Simpson church.
The pastor Is his imn evangelist and Is
finding excellent support from the
members of his ehurth, Meeting to
night at ",?,0 oelock.
Washburn Street Church.
Interesting seivlces are being held
In tho Washburn Street Presbyterian
church this week. The attendance and
Interest has been good. This Is the sec
ond week of services after the week ot
prayer which was onset ved by the
Kngllsh speaking churches In T'nion.
The services will be continued all
next week and It Is epxpecled that
many persons will make the llrst Sun
day In February a "Decision Day" for
Christ. This In accord with new Dr.
Clark's suggestion concerning the
twentieth annlversaiy of the Christian
Hndeavor society. Special Christian
Hndcavnr servhes will be held In the
Washburn Street Prerbyterlnn church
on that day.
Tho city Christian Kndeaor rnlon
will hold a union service In the church
next Tuesday evening to make ar
rangements for oariylng out Dr.
Clarke's suggestions lelatlve Io the
twentieth annlversaiy.
Injured In the Mines.
Ceorge. Vanskuskl. employed us a
miner In the Capoiise eolller. was se
veiely injured while at work yester
day by being squeezed between a fall
of coal and the breast of the hamh?r.
Ills Injuries consist or a seveiv scalp
wound. two fractured ilbs and a broken
noe. He Is now at the West Side hos
pital, under the cue of the nurses.
Miss Kllzabeth James, or Nuntteukc.
attended the WllllaniH-Morgun wed
ding on North Hyde Paik avenue, lat
Word has been lecelveil of the death
at Parsons of John M. D.uis, grand
father or Mrs. W. O. Daniels, of South
Main avenue. The remains weio In
terred In the Hollenback cemetery,
Wllkes-Harre. yesterday afternoon
Mis. P. J. Nealls, of Chestnut street,
is seriously ill with an attack of pneu
monia. Ulchard Lonergan. the Chestnut
street merchant, Is confined to his
home by Illness.
The condition of Undertaker P. W.
Tagut', of Jackson stieet, Is looked
upon favorably and his leeoveij Is
looked for.
A. G. Hall, of South Hyde ave
nue, Is teported to bo quite sick at his
Camp ITS, Patriotic Ordei Sons of
America met last evening and initiated
one candidate into membership Sev
eial applications were received.
Local union. No. 6.17. United Mine
Workeis of America, will meet in Co
operative hall this evening
i". H. Shoemaker, of Capoitue avenue,
has returned from a trip to Painted
Post. N. Y.
The Amity Literary society will met
this evening at the home of Inland
Marsh. 1016 Columbia inenue. The
question for debate is: "HesoUed,
That Hie United States should not m
tain the Philippine Islands."
Mrs. W. L. Cur, nt' CSreen Nidge
stieet, Is 111.
The tegular meeting of the miisio
section of the Green Hldge Woman's
ilub will be held at the Sciauton "on
servatory of Musio this moinlng at
10.30 ' lock.
Uev. P. J. McManus, of St. Pauls
chuich, wus In WIlUes-Haire on Wed
nesday anil assisted in the funeral ser
vlres over tho remains of Mrs. Prank
Smoulter, of that city,
Mr. and Mis. A. (1. Thomasou, of
Noilh Pa ik, n iv both 111 with the gilp.
The regular meeting of Gieen nidga
council, No. 1S02, lioyal Arcanum, will
be held Pilday evening. January "..
All members ate requested to be pres
ent. Specialty. Diseases of Women,
itoom 1, over Globe store, Hours: 1 to
C.30 p. m. Consultation rice. Dr.
Eighth Ward Men Declare Their
Names Are Forgeries.
M. Sivnitz, a prominent Polish Jew
nieiehant of South Washington ave
nue, callod at the olilce of the clutk
of tho courts olllce yesterday and
stated that tho niyuo purporting to
be ids which Is signed to; tho petition
In tho Hlghth waul election Is a for
get y. With Mi. SivartB was a half
doeu of bis neighbors, whose nAinej
appear on the petition. All of them de
clared most emphatically that their
names as they appear or. tho petition
aie forgeries.
The piotesteis weie aslted to sign
their names to pieces of paper and
these weie compared with the slgna
tuies to the petition, If tho latter are
forgeiles, tho forger was very expert
with his pen,
Tho signers to tho petition are. ery
much excited over the piospeut of hav
ing to pay tho costs In tho case,
which amount to upuiuds of $2,000.
Allow a ouiih In urn until It gH hnond tho
riuili of iiieilltlnc. 'i hev ulieii jv, "Oh, it will ttuy," but In ina.t hum It will near
tlirm away, Could tUey l Induced to try tho
ucemlul inrdlcltH) called Kemp' lUlum, which
l told on a posUlm icuamntro Io lure, Ihty
would immediately eo the rilleiit cITcct alter
taldiu llio flt dote. I'rlro 25c. jnd &Hc. Trial
lie free. At ull diugisU. 1
Tho Ceremony Was Performed Yea
teiday by Rev. Mr. North at Hick
ory Street Presbyterian Church.
Reception Followed at Home of
Bride's Parents Entertainment at
Y. W. C. A. Tonights-Basket Ball
Game Played Last Night Mar
rlago of Chilstian Kraft and Miss
Emma Zelgler Other Notes.
A pretty wedding took place yester
day at high noon In the Hickory Street
Presbyterian church, when Conrad
Fruehan, Jr., and Miss Lisle M. Kd
wards were united In wedlock by llev.
Mr. Not ill, pastor or the Hickory
Street Presbyteilan church. The bride
was attlretS In u gown or steel-colored
fcllk, trimmed with white silk and nu
1 llque and carried a bouquo: of bridal
The bridesmaid, Miss Maydi Opper.
wore a gown of pink moussellue de
sole, tiimmed with pink satin llbbjn.
She ciii'rled a bouquet of pink rosts.
Tho groom was attended by Chat Its
ltahr. The ushers were John G. Frue
han, of Philadelphia: Heunan Asper--b!ager,
Conrad Wlrth'io'.imv and
Henry Lewert.
After the ceremony the wedding par
ty leturned to the home of Mrs. Hauer,
Panel, a sister of the bilde, where a
sumptuous wedding repast was served.
The couplo lecelvcd many and costly
presents. They will make their home
In thin part of tho city, where they
have hosts of friends.
Entertainment Tonight.
The Y. W. C. A. will hold an eiiter
tnlnmetit this evening at their rooms
on Cedar avenue at T.45 o'clock. The
following programme will be tendered :
piano solo, Miss Anna Glass; tableaux,
"Clndeiella"; leeltatlon. Miss L. Lutt;
vocal solo. Miss Louise Lolimnnn;
tableaux, "Thre" Wise Men", piano
solo, Miss Anna Seheuei . tableaux,
"The Last Coin"; duet. Misses
Seheuech and Kmmu lewert; tab
leaux, "Faith, Hope and Charity";
piano solo. Miss Prelda Kornacher.
tableaux. "One Year Among ihe An
gels"; vocal solo. Miss Anna Schiller,
tableaux. "Hoik of Ages"; duet, Miss
Umllla Platter and Miss Ihnina Myers.
No admission fen will bo charged.
All young women are welt omo
The game of basket b.ill .scheiiiiUil
for last evening between the Defend
ers and tho old Scranton team was not
played, on account of the latter team
falling to put In an appeai.inee.
A game was accordingl played be
tween the tlrsts and ieeonds of tho
Defenders and the resultant score was
10 to 5 In favor of tho first team. The
Defenders have been challenged by the
North Und Stars for a game next
Thuisday evening at St. John's hall.
I-hnmn Eelglei and Chilstian Klaft,
of Dunmore, were united In mailing"
bv Hev. Mr. Nordt, pastor or the
Hlckoiv Stieet Piesbyterlan church.
Mrs. Helgler. mother of the bride, ha I
gone out to visit some friends and
she was greatly surpilsed on letllin
Ing to Und the young bridal couplo
at her home.
The funeral of Mrs. Schemer, of Kim
street, who died In Philadelphia,
where she had been visiting for the
past two week-, will lake place this
afternoon at 'J o'clock. Sendees over
the ivm.iii's will be held In the Hkk
orj Street 1'iesb) terlan chin eh. In
teimtnt will bo made In the. Plttstou
avenue cemoteiy.
Miss Mar Lynetl, of Cailxiudiite.
Is visiting fi lends on this side..
Miss, Mary dingier, or Diuyea. Is
the guest of Geoige Wusmur. on Pltls
ton avenue
The St. Mjij's i holr will mieet for
reh'Mrsi.l tills ceiling in St. Jlaiv's
The engagement of Jacob '.Imnier
and MtH 4usM Gr,i"linrr Is an
Mi. and Mis. Flank Mi Kee. ot rial;
street, gavi- a very pleasant surpihe
part In honor of their daughter,
Geneiieve. nu Wednesday evening. ,
veiy enjojable time was had by thine
piesent, and at a se.iMiiuible horn ie
frtshnu'iits (i served:
Those picsent weie. Missies Katie
Lyuott, Jennie Duffy, Katie Devlne,
Sadlu Lot'tus, Alice Mulchroiie, Aimlo
Nenry, Prances O'Doyle, Chailotto
Kane, Mmgaiet HaggU'ty, Dorothy
Leonnid, Kathleen O'Hoyle, Delia
Mulchrone; Messrs Kdwiud Knight,
Mosey Clark, Thomas Kelley, Kd
ward Gibbons. Wllllnm Cuslck. Wil
liam Saltiy, John O'M.illey. Anthony
llanett. Thomas Heniy and John Pia
no .
Sunday School Entertainment.
An excellent ptogi amine was icn
dered by the pupils of tho Holy ltosary
Sunday school last Wednesday even
ing in St. .Mary's hall. The affair was
In chaige. of Hev. J. J. O'Toole.
The following programme was ien
deied: Vocal solo, Nelllo Murtaugh;
piano solo, Mary Mabon: vocal solo,
Vincent O'Malley; recitation. Stephen
Oaln; banjo solo, Cecelia O'Hoyle;
reading. Patilck Carroll; ocal solo.
John Gllhoy; essay, Michael Harrctt;
address, Thomas J. Harrctt.
Exercises in M. E. Chuich.
Alter a short business session of tho
Piovldenco .Methodist Dplscopal
chuich last evening, the rollowlng
piogramme was rendeied: Subject for
the eenlng was "Modes of Tiavel'';
the first was "Old Conveyances," by
Miss Nellie Hetijamln, "The One Hoss
Shay," by Miss Lulu Claik, "Introduc
tion of Hallways, Klectilc Hallways."
Prank Lewis; "A Street Car Kxper
lenco," Miss Margaret Lee; violin solo,
Miss Cute; "The Soliloquy or i lloi-so
on First Seeing an F.lcetrle Cni," Miss
Huth Renjamln: "The Old and Now
.Method of Navigation," Chailes Con-stantlne-
"Aerial Navigation," Mir.
Wetbeiby; "Autoiuoblles," Frank Put
ney; ' Steel Hallways." Miss -Mortice
Eucluo Party.
Miss Sarah Moran, of Hudson street,
gave a euchre party to her friends on
Wednesday evening in honor of her
cousin. Mr. J. P. Devlne. Tho prlzea
were won by Mr. Patrick Judge ,of
the South Side, and Miss Agnes Laney,
of ninghamton, N. Y.
Those present were; The Mlstaj
Agnes Laney, Maigaiet and Cella Clif
ford. Cella Moian, Sarahi and Mary
Devlne, Agnes, Lizzie au4 Nvinh Ker-
rlgan, Julia nnd Mary McIIugh, Mar
garet Farrey, K. Moran, Mary and
Susie Mcllugh, Sarah, Katheilno and
Lizzie Moran; Messrs. Patrick Judge,
Bernard Oir, P. Kvnns, John Devlne,
J. Morrison, M. J, McIIugh, James
Flannlgan, M. Devlne, James Golden,
Martin and Patrick Moran, Mr. and
Mrs. P. McAnulty.
Told In a Few Lines.
Mrs. Kdwnrd O'Malley, of Victor.
Colorado, has been spending a few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
O'Hoyle, of William street.
There will be a meeting of tho
Hlessed Virgin sodality at tho Holy
ltosary church this evening.
Mrs. Hoger Moran died Wednesday
evening at her home on Sweeney street,
after a few days illness. She Is sur
vived by three daughters and one son.
Tho funeral will take place this morn
ing at 9 o'clock. A high mass of re
quiem wdll bo held at the Holy ltosary
church. Interment will bo made In tho
Cathedral cemetery.
The runners and drlveis In the Clark
vein at the Marvlne mine, who went
out on strike Wednesday, on account
of two of their number being dis
charged, returned to work yesterday
morning, on the reinstatement of tho
two who were discharged.
The Father Whltty society held a
smoker last evening In their rooms In
St. Mary's hall.
Vu-noy Stoll, of School slreet, Is
slightly Indisposed.
John Mackuy, of Henwood's ding
store, Is convalescent
Mr. and Mm M. D. Lewis, of Peek
vllle, visited Hev. G. A. Cure and fam
ily yesterday.
Mrs, dinner James, of Win i en stieet,
is sufreilng with tho grip.
Mm. Prod Crlppen. or Kdna avenue,
will give a tea this afternoon In honor
of Miss Helen Snook, of Worcester,
David Jenkins, of Spilng street, !
suffering from a lelapso of typhoid
.Mrs. H. Hetheilngton. of Deacon
street, Is seilously 111.
John J. Kvans and ton, Daniel, of
Deacon street, are suffering with the
An operation was performed on
Master Dudley Gilllln, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Grltlln. for appendicitis,
by Doctors Power, Welles, Connell and
The North Und Crackeijaeks will
play a game of basket ball with tho
Taylor Stats, at Taylor. Monday een
lug, January 28.
The iliununer evangelist. Hev. W. II.
Williams, will give an addies. en
titled "The Young Woman nnd Her
Company," at the Young Women's
t'lirlsthui association, Satuiday even
ing. January 2.", at 7. 1" o'clock. Free
to all.
't'he serke piepnatoi to Com
munion Sunday will take pla"e this
evening In the Piovidence Presbteilan
church. The sermon w ill be ireached
by the pistoi Hev. Dr. Guild.
Faicwell Reception Tendered Rev. J.
L. Kieamer An Eaily Morning
Fho Revival Services.
On Wednesday evening, at the homo
of Mr. nnd Mi. William Hatvev, J1I5
Cherrv i-treet. a taiewell putty was
tendered Hev. J. L. Kreamer. who re
cently resigned the pastorate of the
Dudley Street Haptlst chinch. He
treshments weie seived, and b"foie the
party btol.e up they suipilt-ed Mr.
Ki earner by piesenllng lilm with a
handsome houve Jacket. It being tho
gill of the ladles of the church
Among those piesent were Hev. A. J.
Van ciert, Hev. J. H Dabuey. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Jeiome WaniT. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomat' Protheioe, Mr. and Mis. Cal
Pinch, Mr. and Mr J. Gem go LnirWt,
Mrs. . C. Finch. Mr. and Mis. Glen
ciomi, Mrs. Thomas Santenbaugh, Mi.
and Mrs. William Hatvey, Mr. Curtis
Wilds, .Mi. Mut gin t Singer. Mrs. W.
Sp.ingenburg, Mi. Helknnp. Mrs. Hor
tne, .Mis. Wes.-otl. Mis. John Gibson.
MIssfm Jleitle Pinch. Anna Hi own,
Millie Kline, Maud Belknap, Altn Hor
ttee, Hetlhii and Nettle Smith, Mag
gl." .Miller, Helen S.insenbaugh. Heinlee
and Dent! he Duike, Messis. A'-I'uir
Jones. Prank Spencer.
Revival Services.
t vival services at the Chi 1st un
fhuuh. on Tilpp aM'iuie, tonducted bv
th llev. Mr. Cobb, nn glow lug mow
Inleresllng uiety night. Theie was
im (Mvllent audience out last night
The evangelist poke Imm the tlfly
llflh chapter ol Tnlali, fouith veise.
"Send lilm as a wlme.'s unto the
people and a leadei and conmiander
unto the people." He showed us how
Chi 1st was God's witness fi the peo
ple. Doiy man need a leader In
i ver voeatlon ol III" le.ideis aie
needed, especially in iWUIon. Wen
ley and Calvin nnd Campbell weui
good men, but not the leniUr for the
people, but Clulst. He was also senf
for a coniniandor unto the people. Tho
great sin of our people Is the ncl
ot obedience. This Is seen In th chll
iicn of lodnj. AVhom shall we obey
in region'.' It should bi Chi 1st.
At the close of the services this
evening the rite of baptism will 'lio
Mr. Dunnett's Service.
"Samuel's Tailor" (women only)
will be the subject of Evangelist Dun
nett's talk at the atteiuooti seivlco
today at the Methodist Uplscop il
church, and "Who is to Hlauie"" will
be tho subject of the sermon at
While the addiess In the evening will
be to young ladles, everybody Is In
vited. Last night the subject was "Hell.
Wheie and What Is It." It was a
masteiiy address. He f roughly con
vinced his audience, thnt there Is sitih
a place. Mr. Dunne! t Is n very at
ttactlve speaker and at time, very
diamatle. but thoioughly In earnest.
It Is not surprising that ciowds al
ways gather at his evangelistic sei
vlces. The congregations are Incieas
Ing each evening and llu Inteiest Is
becoming gre.itei.
Eaily Morning Fhe.
Slioitly aftei 2 o'clock esteiday
moinlng a bain on Tin nop stieet was
discovered to bu on (lie. Tho com
panies i impended to an alaini from
Hox 21 and soon succeeded In extin
guishing the llames.
The building was foimeily owned by
James Quick, but Is now the piop
erty of sumo building and loan asso
ciation. Tho damage amounted to
about $100, which, It Is said, Is cov
eted by Insurance. Tho fire appeaiu
to have beeeni of Incendiary origin.
News in Brief.
A delegation of Heel Men from Cata
saqua tribe, of Mooslc, visited Ptah
1 1 Ibo last night to attend the ceremon-
A Man to the Rescue!
The Woman In Peril Rarely Finds
Help From Her Own Sox.
it is in no ttisc to a woman's discredit
that the is not a professional life-saver.
We can only fancy her in the fireman's
helmet, in the crew of the life-boat, or
wielding a policeman's club, nt the loss
of some of that fineness which is the
distinguishing quality of her sex. The
Molly Pitchers and Grace Darlings are
only examples of the sublime sclf-for-gcttulncss
of women in great emer
gencies. It's much the same in other ways.
Women turn to the strength, skill and
judgment of men in the crises of life.
One of the most common statements
uade in the letters grateful women
rite to Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. V.,
s this: "I owe my life to Dr. Pierce."
I'hese women have found themselves in
;ieat danger. They have appealed
vittiout avail to local physicians. They
lave counseled in vain with women
idvisers. The best that had been done
or them was just to keep them afloat in
he sea of disease with strength visibly
failing, in the hope that the man who
had strength and skill to save them
might lie found.
woman's Arri;ii, answkkkij.
Hundreds, of Ihousinds of women
have appeated to Dr. Pierce, for relief
from womanly ills and not one has ap
pealed in vain. 'Ihe use of Dr. Pierce's
I'.ivorite Prescription supplemented by
the medical advice of Dr. Tierce has
been the means of cure to this vast army
of women suffering from diseases pecul
iar to the sex,
"I wish to tell you the benefit I re
ceived from using vour remedies,"
writes Mrs. Alice Soucraut, of 261 V.
Harrison Street, Chicago, Ills. "Two
years ago I was taken with a severe pain
in the left ovarv and bide. Tried several
different remedies, but nothing helped
me. I got so bad I could scarcely vvalk
across the floor -or do work of any kind.
Oue day an old neighbor lady came in
to see me, and told me to try Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. She
said she knew it would help me, as it
had saved her life. When the doctors
had given her up and said they could
do nothing for her ahe said she legan to
take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
aud it cured her. So I got a bottle of
the ' Favoritei Prescription ' and one of
'Golden Medical Discovery,' and began
taking them. Before I had taken one
bottle of each I was so much better I
could do all my own work, and that is a
good deal, as I am the mother of four
small children. Three bottles of the
1 Favorite Prescription ' and one of
Golden Medical Discovery' cured me.
I have not been sick since then. I think
les attendant upon the Installation of
the new ofllcers of the latter. A most
enjoyable evenhiK w-as spent
Nathan Oetllngs wishes to Inform
the public thin he Is not a candi
date toi the olllce of street commis
sioner. lliyan D. l'lnkney. who has filled the
position of pattern maker for the
Scranton Stove works for several years,
started for Chit-ago yesterday to till a
more luciatlve place for a laiger es
tablishment. Raymond Gulden, Infant son of John
Golden, of Chestnut street, died es
tenlay. Kiineial neivlcea this after
noon. Th" bniough council will hold .1 spe
cial session tonight. Tin telephone
and railway onllnniues will be biotiglit
up for consUleiatliiii.
Mrs. Michael Gllioy.
Mi Vllihai-I illliu. il ViililuM. piwil ji.j.v
.11 In 1 lu nu- in Hi it ImiuiiL'li wlii'l.n luoimin;
.11 7 n'llmk, ullcr .111 lllinvi ot wt'U'
iluuilim. Dott-iMil I111I liteii .1 riiilinl of .vuli
b.iM fnr mm iin. sl.c ioisil nun) i
tlnulile iuilllUs tint nntf.iii'1 lior In a lot ut
fiklMl.-. Sin- i i.iutite.1 1 Iki tiu-li lli'l, Il"n.
51. I'. (Mil. i, und Un lollouin,- (liiHriu: Mrs.
Vmliew lYimiilii'll. N Miami. Mi. 1. .1. looi.
in, Mr. J, ,1. tt.iWi. .MU-i hjruh (.limy ami
V. .1. i.llrn.i. nf icIilulJ
Tin- ti'iiirjl Hill t ik plju fioin tin- Ijiully
liome Sunday aftrrnonii at 2.SU ci'i Im K Inter
ii.ih'I in vnlilultt ti-iiietii
Mis. Catherine Helley.
Mm. riihiiiiie llfllij. auul ."1 jeji. wilo of
.Mm II1II1, iliwl jp'.lfrdd) lt(in)n ,it lii-r
lmnir, lorncr of On haul stieet and blonc aw
line. I)fratd wa. .1 iiumtirr ot tin1 'llilul Ur
ilir of tt. KrancU und llic Uvury society of St.
IMri' latlmlril.
Kinieul nl(M will lie liild at tin- Cathrdrjl
iiumriow morning at '.I u'lloil., Inteiniint will
In' nude in the fathtdral itiiK-ler.i.
Ellas Fickci-ing.
I. lias I'lilirinir, on Hired imldeni of Uiinmorr,
illul nt his honif, -'U lluv avniiie, at mi rurly
lumr jiktcrday inoriiinir of Bi'neral ihMIIti, audi
"1 jfjrs. Ho lean a widow and cviral adult
Tim funeral n-rviten Mill be lielil I'riday cen
hur at '.-Id o'i lo t, and Saturday inornlnir llic
iiii'iln vsill he taken to South filliien for In
leiintut. John Cawley.
.lohn Caule), n el Ummn ii-Kiileni of Dun
more, died al l.U liome on ('hetliitl direct, ut
4 o'clock itnda inoiniu? at llic aihanced
age of HO jearn
'Ihe funeral will occur Satuidiy niornirifc at
U o'clock, a noleinii Ugh maw ol lenuU-m ieln;
i eMiruted In St. lary'n ihunh al .M o'clock
inteiinrnt will Im inailo in St. Mar' reme
lei. Mis. John Schiffer.
Vhi. John Sxlilflei, of South VahliiKln !
nue, died 1unU.v etenlnic at the home of her
d.uijlilir, Mr .Uu'li Milt, In I'ldladclphla. Mie
l ftitithcd l tha laller and lime oim, ,Jhii,
rinrha und William Kliilfel, of tliU clt.
The fimral will t.iko idate thin altrrnnmi
(mm the resldtneu if William NhlhVr, 1101
South WatlilUKlon aimif, ut 'J o'drik. Sir
dim will he held In tlw Hickory Stuet I'rraby.
Iiilau rhunh, and Inlermcnt will Im nude in
the I'ittalon annuo rimrlci).
I lr. and Mm. John Mauley, ol Cheitnut trect,
11' 1211 1 1 'ill?
1 ' IflLrl1' i - -"
your Favorite Prescription is woi-,
derful medicine for women."
Such cures an that of Mrs. Soncrant
are many, and they speak for the power"
of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
better than the most eloquent wonls of
praise. The test of a medicine is, what
has it done for women ? By that test
"Favorite Prescription " invites wom
an's verdict. On tho testimony of
trustworthy women, "Favorite Pre
scription" has saved life where physi
cians had given up nil hope. It has
cured the most stubborn and obstinate,,
forms of womanly disease. It has baa-p
ished pain, restored the appeUte, la
duced refreshing sleep, given color trx
the cheeks and roundness to the form..
There are few women for whom no
perfect cure is possible. The number ot
such women has been reduced to a mini
mum by the practical ex
perience 01 ur. Pierce. Of
the hundreds of thousand
of women who have ap
pealed to Dr. Pierce fir
counsel in connection with
his "Favorite Prescrip-i
tion," only two in ever
hundred have failed of al
perfect and permanent
cure. But even this two
per cent of incurable
have gratefully recorded a
great improvement in their,
condition; relief from pain
and a restoration to family
enjoyments. '
No sick woman sBemld(
be discounted bvher coa-
t- dition, no matter how lone
standing ner ailment may
be, or how utterly all other
means and medicines have
failed to cure. The great
er number of cores effect
cd by "Favorite Prescrip
tion" are cures of chronic
and complicated diseases)
which have baffled the
skill of local physicians!
and proved intractable ta
all other treatment.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptiori
makes weak women strong and siclc
women well. It establishes regularity,
dries disagreeable and weakening drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration, and
cures female weakness. It is the great
est preparative for maternity, giving
womanly health and strength and mak
ing baby's advent practically painless.
A crkat krbb oprsa.
Sick women are invited to consult
Dr. Pierce, by letter, free. All corres
pondence is held in sacred confidence,
and womanly confidences are guarded
by strict professional privacy. Address
Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
There is no similar offer of free con
sultation by letter or free medical advice,
which has behind it an institution snch
as the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitute, Buffalo, N. Y., to which for over
thirty years Dr. Pierce has been chief
consulting physician, assisted by a med
ical staff of nearly a score of specialists
in the treatment and cure of womanly
"Favorite Prescription" contains na
alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, nor any
other narcotic. It is purely a vegetable)
preparation and cannot disagree with
the weakest constitution.
Some dealers for the sake of the littla
more profit paid by inferior prepara
tions, will try and sell the customer a
substitute for "Favorite Prescription"
as being "just as good." "Just as
good " medicines do not have the cures
to their credit which make women hail
"Favorite Prescription" as a "Godsend
to women." Don't barter the substance,
for the shadow.
to see the great medical work which Dr
Pierce gives free to women. This great
work, the People's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, containing looS large pagea
and 700 illustrations is sent free on re-,
ceipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing;
only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the
book in paper-covers, or 31 stamps for
the volume bound in durable cloth. Ad
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
a- nrN
Ili:is .v. niMKIITNDKR, LeteCi-.
V I. 1IL-I )'!, .Muwuer.
Friday Night, January 25, 1001.
The l.aiuhahle Oddlt Tho Newly Dlfcorcr!
Vein of Slage Fun.
fiiMH.r.s ruuiniws prlsentatiov ow;
c Kircnirs okkiinal a-ACT comedy.
Captain Jiik; of the Ho si Marines
11 a I'irkeJ and Capablo
hthrl Ilarr.Mnoie, II. Iteevea Smith. Falwla
Sim ih, Mr. Thomi Ulttin, llroige VV. Itai
iiiid. I.lllian Thiiruatr. II S. 'i'abor, Daritow
smith, Utelle .Mortinur. Fannlo Addiion Pitt,
I ImrliM Manlott, llarrj. II. Asmui, Sydner
(,'owell, -lohn It. sunmei, Muriraret Ilunne, (5rd
ni i- ,fftil,iii, KvelU .Iep-.on. John Hughes, Kutfl
Ten lAek, loivls W'end. Lorenio Hale, Anita
ltnlhe. Vim i Morrison, VI .1, (Jallajher, lira
trici Vjiicw, Km r Hilton. Allio Hr.ran, eti
I'HIl l.-i Jii . Mil . "So., 'II, and $1.50,
- il no.v on .-ale.
SATI'IUIW, Malum and Mcht, JANUARY 26.
M mm i IV id. rin iiif .it '.'. 1.".
I.miiIiii; 1'iiformance al S.00.
I'milbely list .lipumncn of
In IiIh jieat produotlon of
The County Fail
neller 'Hun Hier Betore.
speilal HirK-iln Day Matinee, 2V and S'l cauU,
KteiiliiK prkef, Sflc , 60c, 7oe. and $l.i.
ltov and lorfe rMi, .vio, and T.V.
SiutK no on hale.
One Performance Only,
Monday, January 28, 1901.
Evening performance at S.oo.
Augustus Thomas' new play
A cast of unusual stiength and
l'ltll l.v S-c, o0c 75c-., t.O and $1.&X
SeaU Ii6u- on tale.
Munagirs and Lessee. Ioeil Manaier.
II U.ANCL T)F i:tlv.
The Hillinan Company
'rhuinila .Sight "What llappneil to Uonea."
I rldaj Mpht-"A lllddm l'at."
Saturday Muht "Special Dclliery."
Matliu'o l'ricfs U and 0 cent.
Kvrninif 1'iicea 10, SO, SO cent.
Puninorr, wern called upon jeatcrdiy mornliuj; to
mourn Iho Iwa of their infunt rlilld. The re.
mtlm were lulu red in It. tiivr'i cemcteiy
yiattiday altciiioon.