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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1901'.
ELrCTION OF OFFICEBS IN
HYDE PARK CASTLE.
B. O. Drown Instnllcd ns Noble Chief.
Early Closing Movement Among
the Barbers Merry Party from
Moosic Entertnlned Semi-Month-ly
Pny Days Among the Mine
Workers Approaching Elections.
Work on the Spike Mill Other
Notes and Fcisonnls.
niHtrlft Oram filler Ilopkln Weath
iTinip Installed tho following oillcvrs
recently In Hydo Park ensile, No. 201.
Knights or the Golden Knglo:
I'nHt rhlcr. v J. William: noble
e'hlef, 15. O. Itrown; vlcoclilef, ThouuiH
Phillips: sir hrnld, AubiihUih Phillips:
high priest, .lumen Itrown. venerablo
lictnili, Thomas P. Thomps'oii; matter
if toenrdf. Henry Martin; keeper of
Xflii-iiu;r. W. T. Davis: oletk of ex-
hcfUet, TlionniH .Toiiph: tiintees, W.
n:. Jones, D.iWHon Wcntlierniig, .intncri
Early Closing Movement.
The local barber have adopt -d a
lled scale of pilcen, which will he
'omilciintijily displayed la their Khops
jor ciiHtomcrM to observe In the future.
The iir.'ilc of prices Is as follotvn:
Shave, not less than in cents: Ionics
ii' lotions, 3 cents: hair cutting, not
Jess than 2"i cents; children's hair cut
ting, SI cents; sea fount, not less than
31 ci'tits: singeing, sneeni: tiliniulug
vhHseu. IS cents; marking nnd trim
ming hair. 'IT, cents; fdmvlng neck, ."
'I'll shops will he closed every even
!n',' promptly at X o'clock, except Hnt
imlnt. and kept closed all day Sunday.
Sloighing Party from Moosic.
Mr. mid Mrs. W. A. ltced. of Jaek-t-nn
street, were surprised hist Wed
jiejday evening by n. sleigh-riding par
ly from Moosic. The evening was
Hnt In a very enjoyable manner.
Games of all kinds were Indulged In.
At a Lite hour refreshments weie
s-'t-ved. The party departed for Moosle
cifter thanking Mr. and Mrs. Heed for
the evening's? entertainment. Tho'-c
Mrs. Dlna Joplin, Miss Williams. Mrs.
Flott. Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. George
Joplin, Misses .Maude Smith. Mnttlo
r-niith. Kugcno Ike, Wilfred Joplin.
George Sllmnn. Those present from
out fob I and COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
A Fitting Accompanient
To An Early Spring
Whit? Goods Display
Will be found in the
magnificent show of
Which Opens Today, Saturday.
AH the New Ideas.
PNainsook sets and all overs to match.
Swiss in sets and all overs to match.
Reveres in sets and all overs to match
Cambrics in sets and all overs to match
TuckingS in plain or fancy with lace
TuckingS with embroideries, in sets to
Headings A complete line in Cambrics,
Nainsooks and Swisses, as
well as many novelties that
will be worn with white and
fancy wash goods during the
Scranton woro: Mlst.cs Jennie Walk
er, Grace Heed, Mary Smcldtiian, Oliver
P. Jones. Hawaii Howclls, Charles .lop
Semi-Monthly Pay Days.
Since the Inauguration of the eml
monthly pay daya among tho mlno
workers many merchants compluln
that their iccelpts show a marked do
ocase, owing to the Inclination among
their patrons to purchase their usual
supplies In the cash stores.
The cash fctores arc reaping tho har
vest, and their buslne?a han been ma
terially Inci eased In consequence.
The employes of tho following col
lieries will bo paid today: Oxford,
Dodge, Hellcvue. Holden, Pyne, Tay
lor, Hampton, Cayuga, Sloan, Conti
nental, Hrlsbln, Hyde I'ark and Arch-bald.
The seekers for the various ward of
fices nt tho election on Tuesday, Fob.
ill t -ma t. . Ill r . l n l1 .. Ml "Mtlt
on until election day a lively tlma In
anticipated. Probably the most inter
esting light will lie for tho otllce of
alderman In tin- Fouitcenth ward, be
tween Alderman Geoigu Kelllow and
oxAldermiin John Cowley. Both claim
the victory, and whichever one wins,
it will be by :i small majority.
Hut little Interest Is manifested In
the elections for second class city
count lluien. Comp.-untlvely little op
position to C'ouncllinen Albert Lewis.
In the Filth, and Willam Lewi", In the
Fifteenth, will be offered.
Fractured Her Aim.
Mrs. lleese Anthony, of Acker nv
Title, ltellevue. slipped and tell on tho
lev near her homo yesterday and frac
tured her arm.
She was assisted Into the house and
Dr. J. J. Huberts was summoned, and
he set the Injured member.
Jackson Stieet Baptist Church.
The pastor will baptize twenty-five
candidates at the morning set vice.
Congregations were never better, and
since our new Mourn boiler has been
put In our morning congregations aio
very much laiger.
The Sunday school Is in n good con
dition. In the infant department nlono
last Sunday 11"! children reported. Only
two teachers were absent.
Tho IJaptist Young People's union Is
doing well, nnd will soon havo paid
for the new cat pet they bought for the
Tho Infant department Is prepatlng
to give "Tom Thumb's Wedding" for
Washington's blrthdny, February 23.
Toni Thumb's wife, nt tho close of the
entertainment, will give to each a
piece of wedding cake.
On Sunday evening. March 3, tho
people of the West Side will have the
pleasure of hearing Dr. Whalen, of
the Uaptlst church of Carbondale, ns
he will exchange pulpits with the pas
tor. GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
A. jr. Dershimrr nnd family, of South
Main avf nue, have been called to New-
ton, Fa., to attend tho funeral of tho
former's mother, Mrs. Laura Dandilm
er, nn aged (ind respected resident of
Miss Alta Finn, of Foster, Pa Is
tho guest of Miss Mabel Dershlmer, of
South Main avenue.
Mrs. W. H. Freeman, of South Main
avenuo and Washburn street, enter
titlncd the members of the Current
Event club last evening at a literary
aymposlum and luncheon. The guests
wire delightfully entertained.
All members of tho Sloan local, Uni
ted Mine Workers of America, ara re
quested to meet In D. V. t-'vnns' hall
thli evening nt 7.30 o'clock.
An Interesting session of the Wo
men's class of the Simpson ..Methodist
Episcopal church was held In the lec
ture room yesterday afternoon.
The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the Washburn Streot Presby
terian church mot yesterday afternoon
t the home of Mrs. A. A. Llndabury,
on South Main avenue, and discussed
China and other Interesting subjects.
A 5 o'clock tea was served by the
Camp No. ITS, P. O. S. of A., Initiat
ed eight candidates at Thursday night's
meeting In Red Men's hall. Three naw
members wore elected and two propo
Tha H. C. G. club entertained thb fol
"'"ff guests at a. social Thursday
vi.-iiinK-i .UIH1T...S lizzie uomnson, diary
Jtonnhnn, Jlnrla Mullen. I.oona Jte
Donougli, Nora Murphy and Lore tin.
Stucknrt. nnd Messrs. John Dcvlne and
-Mr. and Jlrs. John X. Davie, or
North Dromley avenue, have returned
from Donnnceton, where they attend
ed tho wedding of Fred Hurtmnn. of
this city, nnd JIlss Emma. Johns.
Joseph Ferry, of North Lincoln ave
nue, has returned home from a week's
visit In Philadelphia.
The young people of the First Welsh
Unptlst church held their usual weekly
meeting last evening and took up tho
study of the Sunday school lesson. A
large number were hi attendance.
Jlis. David J. Davis, of South Hyde
Park avenue, entertained the Dollar
club nt her home last evening.
Dr. Hackney, or Toronto, Can., upent
last evening In town on business.
Love feast will bo observed at the
Simpson Methodist Kplscopal church
nt li o'clock tomorrow morning, nnd at
lO.HO o'clock the Saernnienls of the
I.oul's Supper will be observed. In
the evening Hov. Austin Grlilln, D. D
presiding elder of the district, will oc
cupy tho pulpit. The quarterly eon
feience will bo held on Monday.
The funeral of Andrew Dougherty,
who died Wednesday at the home of
his son, Andrew Dougherty, on Itloom
avenue, took place yesterday afternoon
lit the Holy Hosary church. Services
were conducted by Hew J. V. Jloylan.
Interment was made in the Cathedral
Work has commenced on the tear
ing out of partitions in the Auditorium
for the erection of a big vault which
is to be placed In the building.
The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation will hold their tirst anniver
sary on February 21.
A full lehcami! of John J. Salmon's
play, "Down in tho JIlucs," took place
yeMerdayufternoon nt the Auditorium.
Kiuployes of tho Von Storch slope
nnd Manvllle mines were paid yester
day. JIIss Mary A. Powell, of Spring
fatrect, is suffering with the grip.
Jlr. and Mrs. Kdwnrd Walsh, of Hoss
avenue, nie rejoicing over the arrival
of a baby boy.
The Ncl&oii Jubilee Singers will give
nn entertainment nt the Young Wo
men's Christian association rooms next
Several young people of this section
enjoyed a slelghrlde to the home of
Mr. and Jlrs. C. L. Simons, of Hamil
ton, Wayne county. Tho.e who com
prised the party were Jlrs. Harry
Simons, Jllss Myrtle Stephens, Jllt.s
ltachcl Hvans, Anna Sherwln, Nellie
Pierce, Floienco Fuller, Gertie Emory,
nnd Jlessrs. Thomas J. Evans. Edward
Evans, William Evans, Charlie Em
ery, Jlerton Emery, Thomas Evans
and I.ufus Wolf.
The Memorial Unptlst church ",ill
conduct .i festival in tho Auditorium
next. Wednesday and Thursday nights
which promises trt be a very Interest
ing affair. Tho feature of tho first
night will be an exhibition of Jludame
Jtnteiina's waxworks, and on the sec
ond night the especial treat will be a
gorgeous tableau, representing "The
Jlnld In Search of Happiness' A
large number of tickets have been
sold throughout Scranton nnd the ad
Joining towns and a crowded house is
Insured each night. Supper will bo
served, and a largo array of fancy ar
ticles, offered for sale,
The ltev. W. F. Davles will occupy
his pulpit tomorrow, both mornlns
nnd evening. Dlble school nt 'i p. in.
George Davles, superintendent.
Mij. I. it. Ilrady, of IloMfuale, is the ,.ut:
o! Mis. M. C. Can', of l)lelion ateinw. Mri.
lliady catna ovrr to bu one of a very deJIghtfrl
lltllo party who attended tlie Marie Antoinette
I'ctj Thursday evuiing and the J'lul I'lpei of
ILnndln fi.terday afterinvm.
(imtractor .'. A. Wik-on, of if.k a-enrn, is
in I'ltUUUi, ovcm.'clng a piete 01 woik If! I.n
MlK f lupniaii, o( Monic, il tiiiting h.l i
tl.ts, Mr. and Mm. V.. D. Jen.lilr.ti of Capon.'
Hicre MllUbo r gflteial mcitliirf of the iih.i
Nis of the Younj Men's club ot the Church of
lb" l.otid r-heplieicl at t.ielr itHtins IhU etenlng,
l!ich.,iil lloblnson, of Cipoiwe atenue, l tLlo
ti. be out again altei a icteiu attack of grip,
MKs .Uuilo May ItlchanU, u leiclier at ihe
Oial school, hja Iteen lonllncd tu her homo on
Srantoii meet lor the pait lew da), bv a
fitrrc attack of grip.
Mlfta Sule 1'lser gate a teiy dtlightful i.ud
jxnty at her lioint en New York street la.t
Miss Lizzie Tllton, of )lKk,.on aw nue, li r.v
turned from zn exttnded viilt ttlth frl(iid in
Tho Ilcv. II, ?. liiidcllffe, tomitily aiihdeaeon
ef Colorado, and note aixhdtacon of cinual
I'lniujlvanh, v. Ill comiujt an eight class' mt.
fion at tha Chuich of the flwd Shepherd,
lirccn Ttldg;, tlu lint week In March, The
Uev. Mr. UulillfTt' lus bein conducting mi.iOtt(
in Kntl.it.d and Cinada, and in Colorado and
ebl-.lkl for r.tir twenty ycau, and i an eain.
t:l and attucttvc piearUr.
A, 11. Brkw gitc the pupil, of Mrs llloun'
loom, No. 21 Khoul, a tree le)gh ildo ycntc-r.
itiy afternoon, ttbicli wak etijoycil by rhiity hap
i young ptople. Tiny ttrrei Jri.nle McDjw
ill, louUe ltiws, MlnnK. Ilaucr, nnie l'lanka,
PtlaiiOie Many. Nettle Collin. Anrie llilgrr,
Arna McDmulil, Minnie MiCuskcr, Matilda Uo.
pan. Kmlly An her. Helen King, Ucgina Orr,
A GREAT SURPRISE
U in ttoic for all who uo Kemp's Datum for
tho Thioat and Lungs, the gicat guaranteed
rrinedy. Would you believe that It I aold on
t merit nnd any druggl.t U autlioilied by the
proprietor of tlila ttonderful uinedy to gite jou
a -amnio bottle free? It never fill, to cure
rule or il.roulo coughs. All druggist fill
Kcmp't Balaam. Piicc 25c. and Wc.
Ituth Thompson, Crotta Purcell, Lllllin MM-,
Id tlljMnsr, UUncho Tripp, Mtrg-rtt Olhtwiu,
8ynl Simtt, Ruth Holly, Clare Ttrwllllgcr,
U'wls Mcdinlcer, Jimtn O'PonncJI, Uobert Odtll,
Uruto rtoM, llpnrjr I.Mt, llolntt FraUriby, liar.
cM l'rc.i", ThcoJorc Jolinson, Arthur Dean, Purr
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
William Callah.111, Jr.. ot Clicrry stmt, itid
Thomu RMp, o( Bfath (rttcct, ture painfully in
Jurtd it Hie south mill yetl-rd-. noth men
wcr loading rills hn one of them .llpptd and
fell on their feet, tmhlnf them bidl.v. Poth
men were taken to tticlr lienie.
MIm May Pclmcnt, ot Haaletnn, l th? juit of
Mr. Janus 0111, en Palm Mitet.
General (Jrant eommundcrj", No. HO, Knlchti
of Malta. lieM a largely attended meetln; la it
rtenine at Hartnun'a hall.
Ths Patriotic Order Son of America Drum
Turpi arc m.ildn(- arranirementt lor their coinin-;
niaaquer.id Kilt to be held in Athletic hall this
Plilllp Thomai), of North Scranton, had both
of hit legs b.idly cut and braised at ho South
John Ilotui, of Stone aicnuf, fell on the Ice
Jtatcrday ami scwrcly Injured Ills frlne, Pr. A.
Kolb U treating IVk patient.
The M. Joseph society will meet Sunday after.
lioou In M. M.ir)'n hnll to Install tho nly
Wected oflkcrs for the truiulr car.
Anrlent Order ot Hibernians vs. til meet Sunday
afternoon In I'hammiy hall.
There will be a sptelal metlng of the Irent'a
I.adl' Teinpeirct eociely this evenjni In ht.
'Hie it.in.ben of lht Catholic ltcllef and Bene.
Ilclal a-H'Iation will meet this temn$ at T.?0
o'florli In Phannaty ball.
St. John's basVet ball team, better lnon
ns the Defender, will play a gamo of bVct
ball stlth the North Cm' stam iu-m Thumb
svcnlng in St. Jobn'j hall.
The funeral ot Mis Itllribeth S hwait, who
ilieil nt Dr. 'I hoiniAson'a l.oapltat Ihiirtday cvtn.
ins, will ukc plice thLs atternoon at o'cl'xk
from tho iililenp of br p.mnt, Mr. and Mi-.
Mitrner, of JMtke aonu(. Senlrca will be
beltl In tho Cirinan MelliotlUt chun.li on Pioj.
ped ammo. Intrnrent will be inalc In Korct
Piof. r, Carpfl.ter, rrtrntly ot Now Yoils
city, will pive an rnttrtalnmcnt of moving pie
lure sctnot. and Ktcreoptlctm xUv.n in tho Cedar
Avemi" Mcthollct Vpisropil church nt Tues.
day night, under the ampler s yf (he Kpvinrth
League. Adnilislun, 5 cent.
The -.mulay iiool tl.,s of Mr. Matt in Tuthlll
Iim tt-n busily erg.ige.1 for stme lime pat
piepailng for the rendition of th"Ir play, en
titled "A llllm Attachment," which Is ti be
filten In St, Minks parl-h home on Thiirbilny
(tilling, Keb. It. It Is promised that till ttllt
be an unusually good prodiirtion, tome cscib
lent borne talent txlng in the r"t engagid.
The muslcale to lie given by Mrs. J. II.
llmnmn, on Wednesday ctcnlng, for the benei'.t
ef St. Mark's clutreh, is evperted to be the
l.-adlng muslrnl featuif i.f the neaon' luppen.
ii.gs. The spictoat rooms ore unnua1ly well
adaptetl fnr an affair of this kind and the luge
remitter suro to lie pitwnt .ire awurcd of a
ury pleasant cvenint,. Among those from out
of town who will take part are .1. T. Watklns
and Misses Alice tlurki- and Hcatrke Morris the
till known cloeutloni't.
The funeral of the late W. K. Smallliridge
euned from his late home tMorihy atternoon.
I.argH numbers of soiTottlng trierds tvtrc In at.
tendance and the Sons of St. George, ef trhlth
dec easel was t nvmher, ittrndH in a. body.
.Mi, i'rank Sinder, ef i'ltttop, called on ld
fiiinds In ton yesterday.
ricorge Will Is now plesiantly located on
.trth Blaltcly strict.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Younj, of
South Dlakely sti-ect, a ton.
Mi's V-nnlc O'berne, .f llui'ley itreet, leatcii
tills morning for a nionth'tt Tllt with irit-nl
Mtfter fhirlci Ar.i" i. suffering from a inlld
att.elt of niea.Ics at ills home on firren !tidg
Ml. rhrUtnphcr Vick(P, of Apple street, is
confined In Vnr hem", thnatrnei mth ppeii
mnnfa. Pay jour tasns before Mareh 1, 1001. and catn
penaltt. I. W. Udlly, eollcetor, C17 ( hu.lmit
Harry O'lloio, n foimer rceldent of IMmiiorc,
dletl in St. Catluiinc'j hospital, Ilrookl.tn, N. Y.,
Thurt-day atlcr a to months' iflue.s ot pneu
monia. Pretitnn to becoming 111 the deceased
ti.is engaged at inaihlnlit un the battleship Oie
gnn, which w:m undergoing repalis at ll.e navy
Mr. O'lii.ro is mrtitrd by one Uter, Mn. T. .1.
nolden, wife of t'ndatikrr i.olden, of Dumne-r.
Mr. Colden left jebtfrday for Dreokl.tn to bring
the remains to thU city ind is expected to airiec
litis afU'inojn. The fnnei.it ttill take pine tioiti
Mr. fioiden's tuldence, 117 Cliittlnut itreM, to
morrow afternecn at 2 ft'iloek
Thomas N. Hetzel.
IIimiIi yvktertliy innovtd one of tin. olilc-it
and most generally leipce'.ed r.ien oi the torn.
inunltv, Tiu-itias N, Uttzel, of Piiumoie. II;
wis, lor iniiiy jeaiN, in tfe lltciy busincvs, in
Sirmton, and bad earned lor lilmelt the icp'i.
lath n ot bung rc ot tlu Uty'n iepiesent.ilit.
nitn. The only surviving immber ui IiU inimo
dute family is Mist Jlta lletzol, ot Lackawanna
Tie funeril wilt tjke place tomorrow after
noon at 1! r,'ct-k. lnt,'niint ttill lie made in
Mrs. Walter Swaiiz,
Mi. Walter StvavU died .tolnd) at in"
Stianiou Prltato ho.pltal after a .hurt illmt-s.
She hid resided with her father, Michael Men.
n'r, of Stutli brruiitun. The deeebei ttas r
je.im of ase. Her lather and two biolhrrs, Hen
K. Mnvtnci' nnd rredeiick Mestner, mirtive her.
The tunetal will take place at 2 o'clock this
afteir.oon from lur fathfr'.s homo, ,-k-n lees at
'.'.Ml p. m.. In the detin.n Mctho-iist Kplni.pal
(laiiL-li, ivriier of rieiicct nvinue and llinl,
Tl.tii.iw (Illlttple died suddenly -ii hi. Iioiue un
Hickory ttist !at etenlrg. Dcccatetl w.i nn old
anil repet.tcd resident ot IhU city, ami hl Mid.
dm death will be a sieai thock to lu nuiiy
He is unlie by his wile and the lollowing
children : Patrick, Anthony, John, nioma, Jo
ph, William, Katie and Mn. William J. Nea.
Ion. Kuncr.il will be held from the family
lutidenee Monday irKniliij.
Mrs. Mnrgaiet Jordan.
Mis. Marguet .Ionian, ol 712 Admis atenue,
died yesterday morning at l.lu o'clock, at tho
uge of Si year, atter an illnca of M-teial
She via the mother of Mis. James noach, Mrs,
Aur.lo iMrkln, Mr. .lohn W. rilzgibhoii, Mm.
1. hn Collins, MUs Maigarct Jordan, Daniel Juv.
din and John Jordan.
TELL SEVENTY FEET.
Goorgo Herko Was Inatautly Killed
Ocorgo Hcrko,. a nineteen-year-old
laborer, employed by J. P. Prowdzlkl.
the South Scranton slater, was killed
f yesterday afternoon by falling seventy
feet fiom tho roof of rit. Maiy'n acad
emy, in Orcen Ridge, which is being
built by Contractor Conrad Schroeder.
Herko wati standing on tho roof of
the rear part of the building, with sev
eral of tho other Blaters, during the
early part of tho afternoon, and nbout
3 o'clock was sent to a remote part of
tlio roof to sweep away the snow, lie
was lost from the sight of tho other
workmen, and the next seen of him
was at 3.4R o'clock, when John Fisher,
ft slater, found him lying dead on his
back upon the ground.
He had evidently slipped upon the
roof and, eliding forward, been precipi
tated the full seventy feet. He must
have struck full upon his head, as
CorontT Roberts later, proonunccd his
jltull to be fractured, cmd death was
Instantaneous. Ills remains wcro re
moved to Iinub's undertaking eslab-
iiBiimcnr, wncro mo coroner examined
them. An inquest will be held. Hcrko
lived with his brother, Michael, nnd
half-brother, Joe, In tho rear of the
200 block, Klvor street.
GURNEY IS LOCATED.
LOST MAN WITH RELATIVES AT
His Relatives reared That Ho Had
Seen. Flogged to Death and Put
the Authorities on tho Case.
There was Joy In the home of Josijih
Gurney, of Prlcebtirf", yesterday. Three
weeks ngo tlnrney disappeared and his
relatives claimed that he had been
rogfjed to death. Humor Insisted that
lie had been given two hundred lushes
alter being taken to a cellar, stripped
of his clothing, trnf-Rod nnd whipped
until Insensible. Immediately after
the whipping Otirnoy disappeared anil
all efforts to locate his whereabouts
were, until yesterday, futile. Relatives
claimed tho whipping had proved fatal
and that his body lind been disposed
Yesterday a letter was received ftotn
Ournty'H brother in Shonnndoah con
taining' the Information that Clurncy
hud been visiting there since n week
lant Wednesday. Then was nothing
nald ns to where ho had spent tho other
two weoltb and tho family profess (heir
IrihiImiu'c of the matter. It Is report
ed that Ournt'y spent a great deal ot
tha time In Scranton and a man by
the name of John Xastlnoskey claims
to have met him In a I-neUiwanna
William Kruger, a Pilceburg tnloon
keeper, and Andrew Goyuyskl were tho
two men accused of doing the beating.
Kruger was nrrestcd lait week and
faived n hearing and entered $."ii)0 ball
Thursday night, Goyuyskl was ar
restee' by Police Olllcer Thomas Logan,
of I'rlceburg. He also waived a hear
ing and entered ball for his nppcar.iuco
Yesterday before receiving the Shen
andoah lettar the Gurney family came
down to Scranton to see Alderman
jvapyon regarding putting an olllcer on
the case. A description of Joseph Gur
ney was given to Chief of Police Itoh
llng and It was thought that a man
in tho county Jail answered the de
scription. Investigation showed that
the man in the county jail was named
The family Is not decided whether
tho prosecutions ngahul Kruger and
Goyuyskl will he pushed. Kruger ad
mitn keeping Gurney In bis house over
night, but Justifies this action because
he claims Gurney stole a bos contain
in: $16 fiom him, nil but $5 of whlrh
he says lie recovered.
Kruger claims that Gurney's disap
pearance Is due to the hitter's fear of
an est for larceny and also to avoid the
THE ELK TEAM WON.
Bicycle Club Bowlers Woie Defeated
The Klks and Blcyelo club teams
met on the latter team's alloys last
night and the Elks were vlctoilous,
winning out by a total of 2,3o-8 to 2.2S8.
Phil Holl, of the Elks, was high man
with 228 rolled In the first match. In
this he scored seven strikes In the first
nine frames and wound up with three
Ills average, 100, was also high. Dur
ing the night's bowling there were an
extrnordln.uily large number of splits,
fifty of the.--e disagreeable little oh
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DAN HART'S NEW PLAY.
Had a Successful Opening' in Eliza
beth, N. J. Last Night.
The following dispatch was lecelved
at The Tribune otllce last night:
Elizabeth. X. J.. I-Vb. 8. Daniel L.
Hart's new play, "Melbourne," opened
here, tonight, to 'Standing room only."
It is a stronger and better play thnn
Ills "Parish Priest."
For a Cold in the Head
Laxative Bromo-Qulnino Tablets.
for 5ICK MRAlMCIIi;
for PAIN aptgk CATINO
for WANT OP APPETI . E
for ACIDITV OP STO.MACII
Z for SOL'I! STOMACH
ZuZ for SLOW DIC1E5TION
fc for FULLNESS
fc for roUI. BREATH
SOLD I5Y MeGAimAIi & TIIOMA8, DUUGQISTS, 209 LACKAWANNA
Among Intelligent and cartful men It It mora
and more becoming the cuatem of having tha
fluid of tha body regularly examined micro,
utoplcally, lome every alx month others more
frequently. In no ether way can to certain a
knowledge of the health of tha body be ascer
tained. The kidneys having few bervea o! sen
atlon frequently do not pain one and It It only
by an analjsle or by carefully observing symp
toms that one may know of tha breaking down
of these great organs and a serious condition
of health. The many recent and sudden death.s
from so-called heart-failure and apoplexy but
In truth from Brlght'a Disease of the Kidneys,
should make every careful man find womsn
pause and endeavor to ascertain their exact
physical condition. The registered physicians
of Warner's Safe Cure Co., Rochester, N. Y.,
make every month hundreds of microscopical
analyses, hence they necessarily have a remark
able experience In this particular field ot knowl
edge. Full particulars how to proceed, together
with much valuable Information will bo sent
free on application.
If you are suffering from any of the common
symptoms of Kidney disease, such as fickle
appetite, headache, chilli, flatulence, pallor, too
much or too .scanty fluids, deposits In same
on .standing, nert outness, depression, etc., retort
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all forms of kidney trouble, Warner'a Safe
Cure, a remedy with an honorable record of
more than twenty-one years, In all parts of
the clvlllied world and which will do exactly
what Is claimed tor It.
WILL LEAVE ON MARCH 2.
Thirteenth Boys to Have Day to
Themselves in Washington.
Otllelal orders regnrdlng the trip of
the Thlttcenth regiment to 'Washing
ton to attend the lnausuratlou of Pres
ident McKlnley on Mnrch 4 havo not
yet been received In this city but aro
expected today. At a meeting of the
commissioned officers held last Friday
night it was decided if the regiment did
go, to have it leave on Saturday night,
This will bring the regiment Into
Washington early Sunday morning nnd
glvo the members all day Sunday to
thftnselves. It is planned to leave
Washington on Tuesday nftcrnoon,
March 5, arriving In this city in the
Tho men ate to go in heavy marching
older carrying knapsackf blankets,
etc. Each man will be supposed to
carry his own rations as the state will
not furnish any. Bauer's iegliinntal
band, augmented to thlrty-tlvc pieces,
will accompany the regiment.
THE FEBRUARY MEETING.
Speakers Who Will Be Heard at the
Men's Union Gathering.
The Scranton Men's society, of North
Scranton, holds its February assembly
on Monday evening next, in the Provi
dence Presbyterian social rooms. As
the theme for discussion will bo "Mu
nicipal Government and the Duty of
the Citizen," the society extends a
most cordial Invitation to the public at
large to attend the session. Tht dis
cussion will be opened by the follow
ing u ell-know n and utile speakers:
EC'ity Solicitor James II. Touey, J.
A. Lansing, president of the hoaid of
trade; City Solicitor A. A. Vobutg,
nnd Councilman II. P. Alworth, of the
A large gathering of tho leading men
of that section of the city li expected.
The assembly will be called to order by
President Dnlph 11. Atheiton promptly
at S o'clock.
TO COMMEMORATE VERDI.
Italian Residents Preparing Appro
Monday night next, at 7 o'clock, .i
meeting will be held In Cassese'n hall,
10;i Lackawanna avenue, to oompleto
preparations for appropriate pNuivlni-s
to commemorate the death of the fam
ous Italian composer, (itilseppl Verdi.
Frank Carlttccl Is president; J. A. Cas
sese, vice president: J. P. Flore, tieas
uier. and J. Callatrone, secretary, of
the committee which vtas selected last
for BAD TA3TD IN JUOUTIt
for COATED TONQUC
We will pay tho nbovo reward frrany
Heudacho, Indigestion, Constiputl-n or
Costivonoss wo cannotcuro with Llvcrlta.
X tho Up-to-Dato Littlo Liver Pill, v.-non
X tho dhections tiro strictly complied vi' li.
w Thov aro nurolv Veaotnblo nnd iiivr
5 fail to Rivo satisfaction. 2oo bores i .n-
tain 100 Pills, 10u boxes contain 40 PiUh,
v Co boxes contain 15 Pillri. Bowarooffiub
X fitittttions nnd imitations. Sent by mail.
o Stampa taken. Ncrtita Mkoioat, Co.,
f Clinton nnd Jackson Bts.. Chicago. III.
vvvvvvvv vvvv vvv ; w .-w vvvvvvvv (Qr KDNEV coHPLAINTS
for SALLOW FACE
NERVITA MEDICAL CO., CHICAGO,
for f reo
Satk Ctrnn to
I YCHUH THEATRE
- ItKIS .V ni:i:r.l'ni:it. Lessees.
A. J. DL'ITV, Manascr.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11.
TIic Powerful I'liy,
An Austrian nnmame. hv Pinlel U Hart, ait
tlior of Tlio 1'arMi I'ricjt." Strongest Com
pany In Yean), headed by
Taul Gucncurc. Tiilor Granville, Lelghton
Tjeigh, James II. Carey, Ajm-s Uoss Lane, Car
Prices 25c., Jv., t3e. and $1.00.
Seats on sale Friday at U a. in.
ACADEHY OF rUSlZ,
REISA BU-taUNDClt HARRY A. BROWN
Managers and Lessees. Local Manager.
ALL Till. WEEK.
JACK HOEFFLER CO.
Thuriday evening ''llcarU of dold.'
rrid-y ttenlnj ".Voman in Black."
Saturday etcnlne "Itanch King."
ALL M'AT WEBK.
JESSIE SAWTELLE CO.
Monday evening "Victoi I in Cro."
Matinee Prices 10 and 0) centti.
Etening Prices 10, SO and CO ccntj.
LI 0. HCnillM.TOy, MANAGE!..
Thursday. Friday and Saturday.
Sunday night nt n meeting of promi
nent Italians., to take charge of the ar
rangements. All putties Interested are Invited tt
attend the meeting mid cu-operato
with the committee.
It is proposed to make it an elab
orate affair. The services of many lo.
c.i I musicians and several prominent
voenllsts of New York have been do
citied. The musical programrao will
be exclusively mudo up of Verdi com
1)011) f,l Aim.-At llic I'rotidcnce Preibjtenaii
riiiifiiaao, lb, C, 1J01, hy ltcv. I)r. George
11. i.ulld, Mr. .Irank Il'iud and Miss Carolini
fiuaul, of J'riceliuig.
for TORPID LIVER
3 .V. W-MWMWa WMMW
$ . .ur-mra
for ULOTCHGS ft PIMPLES
for MUDDY COHPLEXION 3
for DAD BLOOD
for HHAUTIPYINfl TUB
for WOMEN and CHILDREN ZJt
AVENUE, SCUANTON, PA,