The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, February 05, 1901, Page 8, Image 8

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Albert quick the victim of
i a sebious accident.
While Driving a Trip oC Cars in tlio
Mt. Pleasnnt Mines Yesterday an
r Explosion Occurcd and He Was
Struck by a Door Future of Y. W.
" C. A. Hangs In the Balance Week-
r ly School Deposits Party on Hyde
Park Avenue Reception to Father
Hubert Other Notes and Personals
not forthcoming in that time, tin
room will undoubtedly bo abandoned.
Those who aro Interested In the work
are requested to lend their old in a
financial way to continue the work.
!' 'Albert Quick, aged 15 years, son of
fotr. and Mrs. George Quick, of 3Hi
tnuth Tenth street, was the victim of
"on explosion in the Mt. IMonsnnt mine
'"stcrduy, which will deprive him of
tho use of Ills left eye. and possibly
.'incapacitate him for work for many
month tu Mine.
J Ilo also sustained a depressed trnc
iiiro of tho skull on the loft side, rind
.his loft oar was split in a frightful
'manner. Tho boy also sustained other
injurlcn, nnd his escapo from Instant
ilcath was very miraculous
Youni; Quick was employed as it
driver, and just as ho approached a
'1opr in tho mines, ami was about to
open It. tho force of the explosion
Wow tho door open, utrlklng him on
ilu head, and knocking htm against
n. loaded car.
AVorkmcn ran to his termo and re
moved him to hit home. Dr. W. J. L.
Davis was called and made an ex
nmluatlon. An opetatlon was decided
upon, and with the of Dr.
3). "H". Evans, Dr. Davis removed 111"
niFliort bones from the boy's head.
Ho It in a serious condition, and his
iccovcry is problematical.
Future of the Y. W. C. A.
A representative meeting of ih
members of tho West Scranton branch
nf the Young "Women's Christian asso-
latlon was held In the rooms, corner
i f Main avenue and Scranton street,
List evening. The object was to dls-
tits the future prospects of the asso
ciation. Mrs. Ceorge Howull presided and
outlined the purpose of tho meeting.
Attor tho matter was thoroughly dls-
ussed. tho committee was given three
weeks to decide what notion will he
taken relative to the continuance of
the local association work.
Meantime a formal appeal for aid
will be made to tho publle through the
press und pulpit. If substantial -aid Is
Party on Hyde Park Avenue.
Adolph Brunlng, of North Hyde
Park avenue, was tendered a surprise
party recently at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Will Ilrunlng. Tho time was
enjoyably spent In dancing nnd other
diversions nnd at a seasonable hour
refreshments were served. Those pres
ent were: Mlsss Hhoda Watklns, Ger
ttude Loomls, Mary James, Hnttlo Dy
non, Jennta Watklns, Laura Hallet,
Leah Morgans, Kva Kettle, Mary
Watklns nnd Cora Garrison; Messrs.
Ik-rt James, Frank Watklns, John
Thomas, lloyd Jacoby, Harry Yorke,
frank Miller, Walter Jones, Edward
Woolbaugh. Henry Ilrunlng, Mnndy
Davis, Isaac Aycrs, of llald Mount.
Fcrber, $2.01; Miss reck, .39; total,
Reception to Father Hubert.
The Literary society of Holy Cross
church tendered a reception to Father
Hubert Cunningham In tho church last
evening, nt which nn entertainment
was provided, and an address was de
livered by the missionary.
Instrumental nnd vocal selections
were rendered, and tho programme
was enjoyed by a large gathering. This
evening tin St. Peter's Total Absti
nence society will entertain Father
Hubert at their rooms In Dcllevno. A
large number of temperance men will
be In attendance.
Thieves Rob a Candy Box.
The penny candy slot machine which
has been hanging In front of Howell
& Hauls' cigar store for some time,
was broken open Sunday night and
upwards of J.! in money nnd a largo
quantity of the candy removed.
The theft, it Is thought, was com
mitted by a number of boys who hang
aiound in front of tho place, and un
less the money Is returned prosecutions
are likely to follow.
Miller, Blanche Hallstead, Edith Mar
tin, Jennie Zclgler. Florence Sllkman.
Libido Sllkman, Grace Ward, Ooorge
Kiefer, Dr. Welli, Dr. Honeywell, Dr.
Hprout, William Reynolds, Dr. nnd
Mrs. E. 7.. Uowor, Mr. and Mrs. George
W. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Ilcrt flhor
mnn, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Georire Iileleorson. Mr. and Mrs.
(Handle? Jlfklns. Mr. and Mrs. George
Mulloy, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hinds.
Rev. Mr. Harned, secretary of tho
American Ulble society, will speak at
the North Main Avenue Baptist
church tomorrow evening.
Next Sunday morning the North
Main Avenue Baptist congregation
and tho Presbyterian congregation will
unite In worFhlp at the Presbyterian
church, where they will hear Rev. Dr.
1 missionary,
the work of
tho Union Bible society.
Mr. George J. Loftus, of this part
of the city, who has been for the
past year at the main freight olllce of
the Delaware and Hudson, nt Scran
ton, has been placed In chargci of tho
Providence station, In place of the late
S. M. Corson.
Thomas Jehu, of Wayne avenue, is
slightly Indisposed.
James J. Grler, of West Market
street, Is convalescent.
Charles Emery, of Church avenue, !3
suffering with the grip.
Funerals of Thomas McDonald and
James Manley Hold Yesterday.
Other News Notes.
Modern Woodmen of America.
The degree? team of tho Green Rldgo
camp of Modern Woodmen of America
attended the meeting of the Hyde
Park branch of tho order In Ivorlte
hall last evening.
A numbcrof candidates were put
through the initiatory degree, und in
structed in tho workings of the order.
TIME LOOK ! . rt. n
General News Notes.
Tho Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of tho Washburn Street Pres
byterian church will meet at Mrs. Lin
dabury's Friday afternoon. The sub
ject will bo "The Indians and China,"
Mrs. Freeman will be in charge of tht
Tho Chi Upsllon socloty of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church will
hold their annual banquet In their
rooms on Tuesday evening, February
Members of St. David's parish who
liavo articles for tho supper to be
given next Monday, Tuesday and Wed-
liAa.tnll r.ll1HlHT, .lit llnlts)t IAH1 1tnM
to David S. Williams, 314 Fourteenth j fx' l " world renownc.
. of New York, preach on
Services over the remains of tho late
William Mornn were held at Bt. Pat
rick's Cathollo church at 9 o'clock yes
terday morning. Interment was made
in the Cathedral cemetery.
The funeral of the late Patrick Mai
loy will take place tomorrow morning
from the house, 611 Fellows street. Ser
vices will be held in HolyCross church,
nnd interment will bo made in tho
Cathedral cemetery.
Father Simon, who has been in
charge of tho Arabian mission on
Chestnut street, has been transferred
to tho western part of the state.
Rev. Morgan Berea, of Blalnn, Wales,
will preach this evening at the First
Welsh Congregational church, South
Main avenue, at 7.30 o'clock. All aro
Tho contest for new members among
tho promoters of Camp ITS. Patriotic
Order Sons of America, Is being waged
vigorously and many now propositions
aro being received at the weekly meet
ings. H. C. Hlnman Is leading tho
"whites," and Joseph J. Green is cham
pion of tho "reds."
At the meetings In the First Welsh
Baptist church this afternoon nnd
evening, the following speakers will
be present: Rev. W. V. DavK Rev.
W. D. Thomas. Rev. R. E. Williams,
Prof. James R. Hughes, Rev. .1. E.
Davis, M. A., Rev. John Grllllths, D.
James Durkan and Mli Catherine
Tleinoy, both of this .side, will bo
married nt St. Patrick's. Cathollo
church tomorrow morning at It
A. B. Holmes, of Pouth main ave
nue, Is confined to his home with an
attack of the gilp.
The William Connell Glco club re
hearsed In Meat's hall last evening.
They will attend President McKln
ley's inauguration at Washington on
March 4.
George 11. Reese, of Hloomnsbunr,
spent Sunday with his parents, on
Wnshbutn street.
The official board nnd Women's
Home Missionary society met In the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal chinch
Inst evening and transacted business
pertaining to the church. Neelcy'i
class will meet this evening and the
supper committee of the Gleaners will
also meet In the church parlors. To
morrow evening the weekly
prayer meeting will be held, and on
Thursday evening the Ladles Aid so
ciety will meet.
Patrick- F. Durkan. Peter MeHugh
and Martin Meehan have tesitmed
taVe plscc tomorrow allcmoon at 5.50 o'clocV.
Service will bo conducted t the house In Fel
lows' pitch by Kev. D. 1). llortdn', ot tlie
first Welsh Bsptlst church, and Interment will
te madn In tho Washburn street cemttery.
W W .V fs
k T"Yi The time was when doctors thought cousumptton couUJ
not be permanently cured, but since tney navcuiscovcre
the powerful curative qualities of Duffj'S Pure Malt
Whiskey the best . inrHs doctors
agree that it will per fURE-D man1
cnuy cure sw -sumption
and all diseases of the throat ana
lungs. We have thousands of grateful patlenH
who write us they santm have been,
cured alter KC V meywcru
Weekly School Deposits.
The following deposits were made at
the West Side bank yesterday for the
pupils of public s-chools No. 13 and 1ft:
No. 13 David Owens, .75; Elizabeth
ljwls, .20; Alice Evans, .10; Bertha
Kelly, .55; Edna D. Evaus. .50; Nellie
Richards, .SO; Catherine Phillips'. Jl;
Nellie Kelly, .10; Eliza Price. tt.3i;
Sarah McDonald, Jl.'.'O; Mary Harris,
.10; total, J6.C5.
No. 19 Miss Lees, $.'.48; Miss Mur-
Bea'mkV.BS; Mi Morgan. ".77: Miss I "? htui11c al ti:e tester '-
Hutton, .OS; Miss Evans, $1.82; Miss
Kellow, $2.53; Miss Flynn, .63; Miss
The funeral of the lata Thomas Mc
Donald was hold In St. Mary's church
5'csterday morning nnd was very large
ly attended. A solemn high mass of
requiem was celebrated by Rev. M.
B. Donlan. At the offertory, "Ave
Maria" was sung by Miss Kato Mon
gan and as the remains were being
taken from the church she sang "Thsre
Is a beautiful land on high." The pall
bearers were: Michael McGee, Michael
McDcnnell, M. J. Murray, J. J. Healcy,
Sloven J. Flnnerty and John McLaugh
lin, of Avoca. The remains were laid
to rest In the family plot at Mt. Car
mel cemetery.
The funeral of James Manley took
place from his parents' home on Pine
street yesterday morning. Tho remains
were followed to St. Mary's church by
a large concourse of mourning friends,
where a solemn high mass of requiem
was celebrated by Rev. James J.
O'Maltey, an uncle of the deceased.
After the services the teinains were
laid at rest in Mt. Carmel cemetery.
Tho pallbearers were: Harry Cava
naugh, Andrew Crane, Frank Dough
erty, John Ward, Frank Garvey and
James Johnson; flower bearer, Harry
Wade, $1.01; Miss Murray, $1.02; Mis.
We do not talk Sewing Machines very often, the fact
being that our machines do their own talking, and
sales are ever on the increase. However,
Sewing Time
I near, and as inquiries for these celebrated machines
ot ours are more numerons than they have been in a
long time, we have come to the conclusion that the
people ought to know something about them.
Sewing Machines
i... ..
Are not of the regular Department Store pattern. We
challenge the trade to produce a better raachi ne,viewed
..from any standpoint you will, than we offer. Its cabi
net work speaks for itself at a glsuce, but what is of
more importance is
Machine Itself
It is made by the largest and best known firm in the
world, and is a duplicate of their best machine in
everything except the name. Because it lacks this
you get it here for about forty per cent, of what it will
cost if you insist on having the name otherwise there
is no differeuco. If in the market for a machine, bring
an expert aud look ours over. Every machine sold i3
guaranteed by us aud the makers in exactly the same
way as the highest priced machine built.
William Moran, of Eynon street:
Justin McCarthy, of Washburn street;
Geitrude Blewltt, of North Hyde Park
avenue, and Mabel Qulnnan, of South
Ninth stioet, are suffeilug from th.
Mrs. A. I Decker, of Fourteenth
street, and Miss Ella Moser, of Lafay
ette street, attended the funeral of
a relative In Coaldalo on Sunday.
Ex-Patrolman James Paul, of North
Hyde Park avenue, has returned home
from a trip to Biiighamton, N. Y.
Amos Kraue, of Maryland. Is the
gue5t of Mrs. Gvennle Harris, of
North Sumner avenue.
The Bellovue Fife and Drum corps
will hold its second annual social and
entertainment In Meat's' hall ne:;t
Monday evening.
The Foreign Missionary society, of
the Plymouth Congregational church,
held a regular meeting last evening.
The young people's society will meet
this evening.
The Electric City Wheelmen will
hold another "stag" at the club on
Feb. 1?.
A raffle for the benefit of the widow
of the late James Murphy, of Tripp
Park, will be held on Feb. 23.
Classes No. 15 and 1, of the Firs!
Welsh Baptist Sunday school will con
duct a musical nnd literary enter
tainment at the church on Feb. 22.
Miss May Foy, ot North Main ave
nue, is suffering from membraneous
croup and bronchial pneumonia.
At the meeting of St. Mary's Gleo
nnd Dramatic association last evening,
which was held In St. Mary's hall, the
following olUcsrs recently nominated
were elected. They are: President,
Frank Scheller; vice. Leopold Al
brtcht; secretary, John Seaasegger;
treasurer, Frank P. KIos; auditors, W.
A. Albrecht and Peter Weber; master
at arms, Joseph Welnschenk.
The Ladles' Catholic Banevolont so
ciety will meet this evening In Phar
macy hall.
John Getz, son of Pied Geti:, of il.
Willow street, while skating on Lak
Scranton yesterday, fell nnd dislocated
his wrist. Dr. Walsh Is attending him.
Tho Columbus council of the Young
Men's Institute of this side will go to
Dunmoro this evening to play the .ee
ond series of the euchre contest with
St. Mary's council of that place.
Comet lodge. No. 131, Knights of
Pythias, will meet In Hartmnn's hall
this evening.
The members of tho Scranton Athlot
lo club aro making extensive prepara
tions for their coming masciuorade ball,
which is to be held In Athletic hall
on Feb. 10.
The Defender basket ball ttam will
play the Mlnooka stars on Thursday
Officers Elected.
At the last regular meeting of Dun
more conclave, No. 231, Improved Or
der of Heplasophs, the following offi
cers were Installed: Past archon. T.
B. McCllntock: archon, J. C. Sehlentz.
provost, J. R. Murphy; prelate. Rob
err Scott; Inspector, M. J. Bulger;
treasurer, Martin Dolphin: lecordlng
seeietary, J. C. Byrne; financial sec
retary, J. A. Waters: warden, William
Griffin: sentinel, Thomas Rooney;
trustees, J. J. Rrogun, M. J. Burke
and John Webber.
Told in Biief.
The Gills' guild of St. Mark's church
will hold an apron nnd necktie social
Thursday evening. Februaiy 7, at the
home of William R. Wilson, on North
Ulakely street.
A large number of tho town's society
people biaved the inclemency of tho
weather last night and attended the
progressive euchre and social given by
the St. Vincent de Paul fOcicty In
Washington hall. Those present re
ported a. most excellent evening and
were loud In their praise of tho enter
taining abilities of the members of this
thriving society.
E. E. Swartz, of Church street, has
returned from a business trip, which
embraced Hnrrlsburg and other points.
John T. O'Neill left yesterday for
Buffalo, wheio he goes to superintend
pome contracts recently secured by
him there.
Ernest Close Is confined to his home,
on Elm street, with a Might attack of
the grip.
Mrs. Fred Townsend.of Cherry street,
is spending some time with her parents
at Lake Ariel.
J. B. Burke, the obliging station
agent at Avoca. is able to be at work
again, after several weeks' Illness at
his home here.
Adam Welncgard, of Giovc street, is
confined to the house with a slight Illness!.
John Knr cornnumltry, N'o. 13, at Wltkcf.
Itirre, on fib. .'. will receive a rv by pedal
di'pensitlon. They lll hold a Hid ("roj renin
ell In full form on Vc I.', aiii publicly Instill
thflr officers March 12.
Past (kind Commander Sir Irvtn '. lliraiii. ot
St. John' commandery, No. J, ot Trenton, N.
J., ha rcecUed the Important appointment of
clerk to tho principal keeper of the New Jersey
atats prison, lie ha filled the position o( dep
uty to the prlaon for a number of yem with fidelity that promotion came a a. mittcr
ot coun-e.
A number of comnunderle In Pennhanla are
prepatlnp cluea for cntly mlniMnik Colum.
Ltu comnundery, No. 2n', at A union, will ie
reive a rjjw in 1'ibruary. Phlloli comminder.i,
No. 10), at ttansior, will admit a cIjw In March,
(honen Knight comnundery, No. 171, at VoiV,
has nearly completed the prepuatlon ot a Urse
cIim to be welcomed In IMinury.
Mystic Mnr eonmiandery. No. I", al Ileidlnu,
in Itajah Tinipto, on January '.'J. eniterred tli
iiltlmite dectro of Christian Knlnlilliood, the
Order of the Itcd Cioi and Sepulchcr upon a
large number of nollhte,
Great intercut ia being Miouu tliioiighouL ttie
order in the fund for the purpoto of ereatlnn
a Knights of Malta hospital. Purine the past
week ory generous mbscrlptions have been
Bent In to grand headquirters by Holy Tcmula
commandeiy, No. 24, Lowlstoun, Pj.j Dr. Will
iam Sllbcmian, P. C, of Palestine lommandery,
No. 1M, Prookbn, N. V.; Eastern star com-
mandery, No. 221, Scra-iton, 'j.; St. Peter's
eonmiandery, No. SO, 'fatality, pa. This is tie
trcond contribution rieehed f re m No. 80. Dr.
William Sllbi-nnan, P. C, U one of the editors
of tho "Malta Uorld," ami in uendlnsr Ida ie
mlttanco sjjd: "I cheerfully contribute my
mite to the crand project of a Knights of M tlta
l.oipltal, and aay with all my heart 'Ood-tpeed
and success (o it.' " No. U ulso passed a ieio
ltillon heaillly commending; the mlection of a
rite at Philadelphia for the proposed hospital.
General Grant commandeiy, No. ?J0, of this
cily, Ssturday nljht conferred the Order of
tho Itcd Croaj and Stp'jlchcr upon a Urge num
ber of nosltiates.
Tl.e Malta Booklet U proving jut the thin;;
for successful work in bulMintr up the com
inaiidrrles. Its convenient sire, handsome up
peirsnee, and wealth of Infon.ntlon, his cau-ed
a rapid demand for it, and many thomatids are
nov in circulation.
Tho election fur strand officers and officers of
mibordinitu commandcries will be held ut the
laht naular convocation In l'cbruary.
The past commander dejnre will be conferred
at the following special convocations: l'cb. 1.!,
In the council cl amber of Cnnstantlne commind
try. No. 1, at Philadelphia, nn all entitled from
Philadelphia, Montgomery, Delsware and Chester
lountics. lMi, 15, in the count 11 chamber of Knight coinmaiiilerr. No. IW, at Ktston,
rn all entitled fimii lommimls ttatloncd In
Noithampton, Momnc, Lehljli and llucks conn,
tie. Keb. 1U, in the council chamber ot An
thracite tommaticiery, No. 211, in this city, un
all entitled from commands ttationrd in bach
aw anna, Luzerne, and Columbia counticr. Grand
Commander Sir Jonathan I.elbc mbcrgcr will pre
side at ail of these convocations.
v s.jBMBlMjMC"Ag
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the doctors.
given up by
phtilclui, hatiat throat and loif teonblo, and vrtv
started lbs et tear l'or Utlt Wblsksr. 8h ii
,S(r Attsrhstot (Itsb o br Mr1 of eJ b
strsntUi that sr all ! qolts hopetnL
MRS. DEM, aitAUU Ch.tlolt.. Mlsk. Imt raa 4an rtl nstl will tt
fMi aetrtnff to ftirn kv to rcf tlo tilth, cstrrr asd tttslhy.
i j on octrinc to Ittrn niv 10 TCf vo 011111, coorry moo tiouiij.
Eduffys pure
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te. TMllsafi"")'. AllilrtiMlsiiii!ts.i'
It 00 botttt. Rtfuio tubtmutti. ttiijr an uawltui. Sot'
(ot fieo mtdlcsl looklet.
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Tha Wanders and Baautis;
Earth's Largest Seimeit of Fairdom
Superb California, are penetrated only by the
really outnptuous train; of tha
Train of Trains, belongs to this system.
I'ecrliui In equipment, service and t'tilsin".
Its three tonics offer continuous delight to the
Tor full Information, free Illustrated pamphlets,
ina), and time tables, also lowest rates, sleeping
car tlekets ond baggage cheeked apply to SOUTH.
HUN PACIKIO CO.. 101 s Sd H., IMdla., Pa.
Globe Warehouse
Specialty. DlBeanes of Women.
Room 1, over Glolxt store. Hours: I to
D.rO p. in. Consultation fre. Dr.
Oeorge K. Atherlon, liveryman, tool;
a party of people from this part f.f
tho city over tho now boulevard last
evening to the Speedway hotel, In
hla four-horce hand sleigh. TIiomi who
comprised tho party wtro: Carrlo
It in (tore for all who uw Kemp's Dalvam for
the Throat and Lungs, the great guatanttcd
remedy. Would you believe that it is sold on
its merits and any dmgglxt Is authorized by tho
proprietor of this wonderful remedy to give jou
H sample bottle fleet It never fails to cure
acute or chronic coughs. All drugtrlsts sell
I Kemp's UaUaci. Trice Ot. and COc
Richard Carney.
liichaid Carney, a well l.nov.n ccnducior on
the IMawarc, Lackawanna and Western ralhoid,
died i-'miday evening at 5 o'clock at his home In
l.dwardfdale, atter un Hides of tiuee month, of
a complication ot 'JiKfliC. 11o deceased hud
ticen In the employ of the tielawarc, Uekawanni
and Western for twenty juts and his
v.ero much oppreeiited by thone over him.
Itu wa a member of the Prothcrhood of liail.
wtv Trainmen nnd had a wide circle ot Irlmdi.
lie was ".7 jcits old and l.s suivived by .1 wife
and three children, and 0110 sister, MiM Maiy
Canie. who lc-sldod with him. WilkCTtdlatTO
William Seeley.
Wotd ha.s retched this city regirdiiig the death
of William f-celcy. a former rridmt vt this
city, in llllllngr, Mont., on talurday. The do
cejsed nu a son of the late L. I. Secloy, ot tltia
city, and left Scranton atiout nlito jean ago for
Montana, where ho wn t.rrt npployed as a sheep
ite recentl' I ought a tan-h of Ms own and en
glued In the hiep ral-aus uiulneu. Tin- re
mains era to K tiikm to Ilillstnn, N. V., whera
tlitj will bu Inleind in the plot whcio Ills
mether liec.
Mis. Maiy Jordan.
Mto. Miry Jotdan, one of Dunrooro's oldet
icsldenti, died at tlio lio:no of her ibngl.ter, Mrs.
Mil.Jin,, of BunUr Hill, on Kundiy tihiht aftet
a brief Hire.
The funeral will take place tl.ts aitcilioon at
:: o'clock. Intiirrcut will bj nudf In Duntnoro
Catholic cenniiiy.
Miss Myrtle Lutz.
Miss Myills Lutz. aged 1 jcara, died jester-
day at the Lackawanna hospital after an llln.j
ot'eomc months' duration with pneumunU.
The remains were removed to her home at !8
Prospect avenue. The funeral arrangements
have not jet been made.
Wronlca, the four month's old cldld of Mr.
and Mrs. John Pay, of CS William street, Pitts
ton, died yesterday ttfter a brief Illness. The
funeral will be held tUU afternoon.
The fuceul of PatilcV Valley, of 11 fellows
street, will bo I eld Wednesday morning at 0
o'clock wltli a requiem mars In the Holy Crojs
church. Intel mt-nt in the Cathedral cemetery.
Th funeral ot1 the late William Gray will
Little Pacific Island Which Disap
peared Again Comes Into View.
Horn the New Yoik Sun.
Falcon Inland, which early hist year
was reported to have completely tlls
appp.ared hoenath the waves of tho
Pacific, Is arjaln showing Its tlat sur
face above the water. Tnc life history
of this spec!: of liiml has been unusual
and Interesting. A cable dispatch from
Kuropci printed In April last year said
that after a brief life of fourteen yeats
Falcon Island had ceased to exist. It
was thought that no trace of It would
ever be seen again. Hut Mr. Vosslon.
tho consul general of Trance In the
Tonga group, announces that Com
mandant navcuhlll, of the cruiser Por
poise has returned to those Islands
from a cruise In the Pacific with the
news of the rc-emrrgence of Falcon
Island. lie; says that tho highest part
of the Island Is now about sixteen ieet
above sea level.
The Island was formed by a great
volcanic eruption at the bottom of the
soa In 1SS5. It took the waves and
storms of tho ocean fourteen yeats en
tirely to obliterate It. Mr. J. J. Lister,
who visited tho island a short time be
fore It disappeared, said that It was
rapidly being torn to pieces by the
action of thej waves. Unless a freih
volcanic outburst occurred ho thought
tt would soon disappear. His predic
tion came true and a steamer that vis
ited tho place about tho beginning of
last year reported that not a trace of
it was lo be found above the water
The island was built up In the neigh
borhood ot the Tonga group about
thirty-live miles from tho Island of To
fooa, A sttbmailne volcano had reared
from the bottom of the ocean a mighty
mass of ejecta and on this foundation
rested the outpourings which rose
abovo thn water. The Island consisted
of two distinct parts. One of them
was a hill of gentle slopo and wide
babe, whoso height was lT-Ms feet. On
one side the hill ended abruptly In a
tliff, whose base was washed by the
seat at high water. Tho other part of
the Island was a flat, extendi!)
Sven Hedln found them to be fresh.
From thin lie concuded that the lake
could not have been long In exist
Thu Impossibility of teconclllng tho
observations of his predecessois with
whnt he had himself seen also aug
geteel that Lob Nor was not a perma
nent pheet of water, like the Dead Sea
or Lake Ualkhash, but was constantly
shifting its position, the lake bed nt
one time being filled up with desert
sand, nnd forming again In new places.
Tho correctness of Ills original Infer
ence has now been placed beyond
The lake known to earlier observers
ha.s now disappeared, und Its dry bed
Is strewn with shells nnd other organ
isms which had lived In Its waters.
Hut a. system of new lakes has been
formed around tho old basin, which
Dr. Sven Hedln has explored and map
ped. The Tarlm basin Is a barren and
dry land, a region of traveling waves
of desert sand. All this ttact has been
drying up. probably continuously,
even In historic times. The same thing
Is true of western as well as eastern
Turkestan. Lake Ualkhash Is disap
pearing with compatatlve lapldltj-. Ac
cording to the geographers.
Its area has been greatly diminished
during the present century, and those
who dwell by Its shores assert that
Its level Is lowered at the rate of a
foot In every live years. Hut the same
thing Is true of the Syr Darla and the
Amu Darla and the Aral Sea, Into
which their waters arc emptied.
Ill fact, the whole drainage basin of
this sea and of the Caspian Is under
going desiccation, slow but sure. These
two seas, with many minor salt lakes,
are but polos left In the deeper hol
lows of a great ocean by which the
Mediterranean was extended into the '
heart of Asia. There arc banks of
dead senshells where once tho waves
weie breaking: thete are dry steppes
whero onco the herbage was green and
forests tlmulshcd. The fact Is cer
tain, but the causes not easy to ells
cover. The climate must be changing,
not in this or that locality, but over a
broad and extensive zone, which runs
with little interruption from northern
Africa to tho eastern cntl of the desert
of Gobi. A slmll.11- change has oc
curred In the new world. The Great
Salt Lake of Utah Is but a remnant
of a vastly greater sheet of fresh water
which onco set a river to tho Pacific.
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A. J. DLTl'V, Managci.
Tuesday NigliU February 5.
Itcturn llngageuictit of
Mildred Holland
In Her Itomantla Drains, l.'ntltled
The Power
Behind the Throne
Seals on sale fralurday at ! a. m.
ritlCKS-SJc., 6tV lc. ami $1.00.
Managers and Lccsce-. ' Iocal Manager.
Jack Hoeffler's
Tuesday mallnee "Daughter of Corsica."
Tuesday evening "1 he Octoroon.'
Wednesday matinee "Woman in Black."
Wednesday evening "lllue and tho Craj-."
Matinee Prices in and 20 cenU.
livening Prices ID, 20 and SO cents.
Faster than ever
to California
Chicago 6.30 p. m. daily via Chicago
Union Pacific and North-Western Line.
arrives San Francisco afternoon of third
day and Los Angeles early next morn
ing. No change of cars; all meals in
Dining Cars, liuflet Library Cars with
barber. The best of everything. The
Taclfic Express leaves 10.30 p. m. daily.
Tourist Sleepers daily to California. Per
sonally conducted excursions evcryweefc.
Send 4 cents postage for "California
Illustrated." Call oa any agent for tickets
or address
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SOI e' St.. n HicsplasC7 SmHhfUSU.Pitfiura
,n ,,,..11..,.. at .Hum 2S4Suiirlor St., Cfsvsfand
301 Hair SI . - Bgilll7 CamM Vartlul, Dttnlt
ItlCUrfSt, Cilca8Ci:7'""ga ''""''"""'""'"'"
Simple Directions for Making Good
Use of Water and Towels.
From the NcwYor V. Herald.
Thero la nothing for i-cvero we.irl
ncsa like the Intelligent use of the
bathtub. Fill It two-thirds full of
water as hot as you can stnnd. A good
way to determine how hot It should
be Is to put the elbow down Into tho
water to test It. Of course, the fingers,
or oven the hand, foim no test at all.
Pour a tablt-poonful ot ammonia Into
the water, fter about eight minutes
soaking In this, spray or sponge tho
skin with cold water quickly and tub
drv with a lough towel.
If soto or i.nno from over exertion,
walking, or riding, or bicycling, fol
low tho bath with a rnild massage of
the muscles with .1 little vaseline. Thou
taku a half-hour nap. and you will
be all light.
Many persons bellevo tliut the dully
morning bath In water as reild as tho
away . hvdrant ntfonls, If taken regulaily, 13
fiom tho base of tho hill in a northeily ' of the utmost importance In maintain
direction and only ten to twelve feet inpr a sound and vigorous constitution,
above the high tide level. The whole it Is a mistake lo think chat It Is
bit of land was Just a bare, brown j unsafe to take a. cold bath when tha
heap of ashes, around which the great ' body Is heated. In cases of complete
rollers bioke and swept up 1110 oiaeic uc,u exnausiion xne trcaimcm now
Cor. SUteenth St. and Irvtnt Place,
Amerlcsn Tlan, !3.W per dsy and upward.
Luropcsn Plan, J1.60 pef day and upward.
I. D. CBAWFOHD, rroprietar.
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For Business Men
In tha heart of thej wholesalsj 4.
For shopper.;
S minutes' siralk to Wanamakers;
S minute to aiegei uoopors bis 4.
-f Btore. Easy of access to tn great "
f Dry Goods Utorea. 4
1 For Sightseers
1. One block from B'way Cars. fir. "T
T ng easy transportation to all
points of interest.
shoies in sheets of foam. The Island
wus entirely destitute of any vegeta
tion save for a half-dozen seedling
plants that had found lodgment there.
It will not be strange If the Island Is
torn to pieces und nguln disappears
11 0111 view within a very few years. Its
reappearance now Is doubtless duo to
nnothar volcanic eruption. Volcanic
Islands seldom endure niuuy yeats un
less they are so largo or so well pio
tccted against tho sen that theie Is
tlnto for them to become covered with
dense masses of vegetation befoie
ocean storms have an oppoitunlty lo
tear them to pieces.
-- Cor. 11th BT. ft UNIVKUSITT PI ""
1 Only one Block from Broadway. -r-
nnnm- 1 Tin RliSrAURANT
T KOOIIh, 41 Up. Prices Reasonable
Inland Seas That Are Drying Up Ae
Remnants of It.
a enilouH discovery made by Dr.Sven
Hedln, tha Intrepid Swedish explorer,
is lecorded In a telegram from St. Pe
tersburg, which wo publish this morn
ing, says the London Pally News. Dur
ing his adventurous Journeys In east
ern Turkestan, Tibet and Mongolia,
ended some two years ago, he visited
tho great sheet of water called Lob
Nor. This ho found to differ material
ly from tho maps and descriptions of
previous observers, and ha has now
examined it a second time. It Is sit
uated t other more than 2.000 feet abovo
tho sea level. Its waters are fed hv
the Illver Tarlm, but emptied only by
favored Is an lee packing. "When vou
aio prewiring freely, nnd are "waim
all tho way thiough," you 111 e In tho
best shape to step Into water as cold
as you can got.
The feat ot "shock" Is only a mean
ingless tradition, uo for as heilthy per
sons aut concerned. Of toutst, a "vic
tim of heurt disease will do well to
keep out of Ice water, 'and old and
1 coble folks must bo careful. It W
sulci thui no case of Inflammatory
rheumatism has ever developed where
thy patient for a series of years had
taken a cold bath every day
Thu light method Is In thst wet tho
head and neck and splash tho shoul
ders -vvllh the cold water. Then It is
mfo for almost evcr.vbody to take tho
pinnae. In warm wouiiier ono fin
stay In the water a, tew minutes, uuc
III winter the best plan Is to get out
as soon as possible. "Cold' said to
have been produced by cold baths aro
generally the result of "standing
around" In chilly ulr. Tho rubbing to
restore the circulation . Is too mucn
of a fad, and takes up too much lime.
F.ven If you drpss beforo tho skin Is
thoioughly dry no harm will ba done.
Whatever moisture Is left will quick
ly evaporate. The main thing la to
get Into your clothes as soon as you
One physician who believes In tho
cold bath says that only one caution
Is necessary. "Never enter cold water
whllo out of breath. Always wait till
your breathing Is normal. Tempera-
and Liver
25 CTS.
Gold by all drniKtail
or sent, oy ujwi.
Sold by McGarrah & Thoma. Drussllts, 0
I.acl.aJtina avenue, rkranton, 1'a.
A SKIn of Boauty lo o Joy Forover.
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ruKX-OoocU Dsslm la V. f H Osnacta. SJ4 nro?
sTEttD. I, JZorCua. Tiaxt. n utmt assess ta.i
evaporation, for no stream issues 110111 your mctiwnMt, hiiui.
lt. Thus they should be salty, but Dr. turo has nothing to do with tho mat
ter, exempt that when chilled you musS
not get into cold water."