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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, IEBKUAKY 13, 190T,
TOESENT NAME OF LOCAL BODY
REMAINS THE SAME.
Invitation of. Central City Boaid of
Trade Is Tracticnlly Rejected and
the West Side Organization Will
Continue Business at the Old
Stand Chi Upsilon Banquet Last
Evening Evans-Phllllps and
aiowc-Mott Weddings Other Lo
The sovctlty of the wen thei tliil not
Vi event ti pond representation ot tliu
lioard of trade from assc'inbllUR Inst
venlnK and taking up seveiul tnattois
-which have been IiiiiikIiik' ilio for mira
Secretary Oliver icpotted tli.it wotk
1h prc-mcsslm? tapidly on tin. Kradt
wotk tor the now spike mill cm .laeU
3 Ir. Keese reported prosress in the
nuttier of having sidewalks l.ild on
Price street, between Main and Chest
Jiilt stieet. The mutter of having n
cltdilnr urb laid at tliu coiner nf
Main avenue and Washburn sttoet was
jeported to lie up to tl.o in.'iyor
Councilman ("Jurroll leported hiving
introduced an oidln.mee In council for
i lie widening of Seventh street, be
iweeii Lackawanna avenue ami Scr.in
lon street, before paving operations
The KTurllug of l'ettebone street was
jeported on and the committee wan
SmtitK'tivl to uri.inge for a conferenee
vlth the eouncllmen of the Kouith
iiii. I Twenty-first wards with a view
m Inn In? a special appropriation made
for thin Improvement by th estimates
The report of the committee uppolul
ird to confer with the city solicitor
j dative to tho abolition the transient
was lecelved, and tho committee was
allschnige-d with the thanks of the
Wallace f!. Moser, ivliosc name was
jo opened for mrmborshlp by Mr. Heese,
was unanimously elected. Piesident
TJanlelH then called up the question of
changing the name of the board and
d". D. Evans wanted to know what ol
;lectlon there was to continuing the
organization as a board of trade. Heal
ing none, Air. Tan ell moved that the
name remain the same, and Mr. Evans
ihought that it would better accom
jillsh Its purpose by remaining in ex
istence. The motion was adopted.
Mr. Clarke brought to the attention
out for 1 and COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
For Silk Buyers.
Crowded Into Our Orand General Sale.
There's no need for talking tip " this matchless rvent
in the local silk trade. Scranton buyers have never had
Mich a chance to buy high grade silk by the best standard
makers in full and complete assortment for so little money
befoie, and, candidly speaking-, we do not believe that such
an opportunity is likely to occur again in the irear future,
for in all our experience, we are free to confess that the
silk sale which opens today beats all records and surpasses
anything we ever hoped to accomplish in the way of bargain-giving,
when nothing whatever is saci irked for the
sake of price.
Black Taffeta Silks
We unhesitatingly letommend
thoe silks to our best trade. In
met they mo ns good as any Wii
h ie In stock to offir at the icgii
lir .iliie juices n lined here. Tin
U makes and tiniph are as good
a- niiv ami Know of.
i'i lii'h Pkuk Taffeta Silks, strong
lid blight Jliilsh. Wortli (ioc.
NOW ... .., IjO
1 '-Inch Plack Taffeta Silks. A
p!endid value for C2'c. Sale
t-'.'-lnch High Lustre Ulack Tntfft.i
"Silks, equal to any S5c. quality.
J-T-lnch Pino 811k, litii rustling
'.lack Taiietas, worth $1.00.
'.'.Inch Heavy niack Taffeta fllks
ot iaio b''auty, worth vi 0j
Vow ;.. Tito
:;.nch Heavy Ulack Silk Taffeta
Hp'-clul weave toi skirls, woith
si.23. Now ' i s'n
2J-lnch P.lacU Silk Taffetas. Matih-
less In beauty and cheap at Jl.'jr.
C'-lnch r.laek Bilk Talfutas Spi-
clally made for line waists.
Worth $1.3'.. Now fi'c
ti-lnch Ulack Taffeta SUllts. A
iiipeib quality, woitli 1W, for.l Vj
'. 'Mnth extra dtiilltv, Pine Silk
Taffetas, tor fklits, woith iM
Now . M.IO
Peau de Soie Weaves
This popular silk Is K'l'it ai lis
bust In the following dgnt special
bargain lots shade, ninke and do
arc tho best In every Instance
HO-lnch mack Peau de Solo llks
that would be cheap at SSe., for., Wo
Sl-lnch Ulaok Peau du fc'oi Silks,
that would be cheap at M, lor.. 7Je
21-Inch Black Peau de Sole Silks,
that would be cheap at $1.25,
for . fiSo
of tho board tho need of having Sixth
street graded between West Lncku
wanna avenue and West Undeti street.
Mr. Oliver repotted that tho stieet
railway ttneks would be laid on Sixth
stiiiet while the viaduct Is being built
and Mr. aurrell thought the traction
company should grade the street.
Tho matter was discussed some lime
ago and at that time icle-ases could
not be obtained from certain ptoperty
owners, and unless all will sign fur
the linpiovcmclit, there is llttlu hope
of securing the Improvement. Tho
matter wnH tlnally referred to tho
streets and bildges committee to d
what is possible in tliu matter.
The mutter of having a ptoper gtade
on North XInth street was It ought ti
the attention of the board, und the
(omtiion councilman tiom tho Koin
teenth ward expressed tliu belief that
the retaining walls on the rotithcily
sldu of tho str'et aie bulging out fiom
the Jarring received ft urn st vet nrs.
The matter In expected to recjtv. fume
attention when the viaduct Ii being
The paving of South Main uvrnu" as
far as Lincoln Heights was apm dtu
eussed, but uc.h.l.; can be do io In tin
matter until the Nineteenth district
sewer Is completed.
The necessity of compelling the (lib
meiehnnts and wholesalers on lower
Lackawanna avenue to keep the side
walks dear and clean was discussed
and the belief was expressed that the
wholesales should move, to l'Yunklln
and Mliltln avenues.
A contmlttei' was appointed to learn
b.v what authority E. itohlupon's Soni
cllstilbutc their malt tefuse on the
stieet at the coiner of Seventh and
West Linden stieots. TIip committee
appointed w'as Messrs. Fiirrcll, I'cese
Chi Upsilon Banquet.
The seventh binrjuet ot the Chi Up
silon society was held in tho Wash
burn Stieet 1'iexbyteiian church last
e tiling, und was an eieedlngly en
joyable ecnt. The society Is coni
lKed of good fellows and the ofllcers
aie: President, 1). C. Darrow: vloe
president, Yv J. lleitnauer; recording
secretary, II. A. Nlemeyer; flnnnc'at
secietary, T. F. r.iecse: treasurer, A.
E. Morse; clitic, t II. Hall.
Tliu menu was seivcd by C'atoier
Waldner, and Included oyster patties,
French pens, olive, pickles, celery,
roast turkey, cranberry sauce, pota
to croquettes, fancy lee. cream, nssoi t
cd cakes, coffee and fruit. It was
served In the society's room, which
was appropriately decorated for the
occasion. President Darrow was tins
toast master, and the programme wns
"Our Helpmates Piesont and Pit
tuie," J. H. Hattenbenr.
"Happiness," Rev. J. P. Moifatt, D.
Hemaiks selected, Norman M. Vnu
glian, Washington, D. C.
"Charactcilstics," George Wativs,
"Our Hopes and Ambitions," AV. T.
ltemarks, selected, Carlisle p.
Knight, Washington, D. C.
"Wise and Otherwise," D. L. Mor
Jl-lnch nincW Peau de Sole
that would bo cheap at $1.33
24-Inch Hliek Peau de Sole
that would be cheap at $1.45
-2-lncJi Oenulne Lons Made
do Sole, blacks, etc., woith
22-inch Outline Lvons Made
de Hole, blacks, etc.. worth
2--lneh (Jenulne Lyons Mado
do Sole, blacks, itc. worth
, for. $1.10
Satin Duchess Silks,
I'.i-iii' h Ulack Satin Cuchcss. jrnof
welulit and fluhh; worth 7Sc.
iiiiiinilir t'lllti ..l.ibli f l.ilV, JUl.,)
27-Inch Itlatk Satin Ducliess. a
... .?.... v.ii. ciiik iui Slllll
uiiu 4i,i.i, iimv 5
21-Inch Satin thiclnss: tlcli enniiKh
for any lady's wen; woith $.'.
wurin ji.i.i, now ..
IJiiriup tliih s.iio we will otter 'A
pieces of Pure Silk Crepe do
i-hlnoi nil the leailTiifr eolois. 2t
Ituhes wiio and well woith $i.(o
During This Sale
Wo will show the Ian hi nuMta
nnd excliislvo desiKns In diesi put.
tuns, lentjth or othrinlKe, In Im
ported Poulards: alpn the thiesr
lliie ot coloied silks in plain and
inncy weuves ever ccn In this end
of tho statii, Cvetythiiifr fcr
Kpilnt,' wear ! te.dy r the Sill;
iO-lneh lilach Satin Duchess, bet
It lu Miialltv and woith hZi., for. 9"
21-Iiuh ISIael; Satin Dm hess, nn
'iiiequaled vnlue for $1,?;., now., tile
22-Inch Illuik Satin nuchess, a
llliiilunti-ii hJIIL. ii.nKil. , rn . . .
"Lincoln's Cleltysburs Address,"
Tttivcy V. Hreese.
Aiound tho tables wore seated tho
following members and guests: Mr.
and Mrs. C II. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. II.
A. Nelmyer, Mr. nnd Mrs. CleorRe
Rchoen, Mr. and Mis. M. a. Dim
mlck, Mr. nnd Mis. D. L. Moisan, Mr.
and Mrs. J. H. Uuttcnben,', Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Stone.
Misses Kllznbclh Helser, Hesslii
I less, Lucy Kcltnvjcr, Mui'Karet Hill,
Catherine Durall, Mait;arot Hutton,
Susan lhirnew, Maruaret Pndden,
Iiorotiiy 1'islnr, Anna AVattes, Maine
Iluv. J. P. Moffat, D. I ., Turvoy l
Ilrcese, Con. Keecne, W. T. Hurall,
CcorBe Wntics, Jr., Al. W. Push, l-
If. Tliornlon, Oscar YcnBor, Heibutt
Wattes, W. J. llcllnauer, A. E. Morse,
and Carlisle P. Knight and Norman
M. Ytitmlmu, ot AYnshlnBton, D. C.
Monied by an Alderman.
Oscar M. Howe, of Odt) West Lacka
wanna avenue, and Miss Stella H.
Mott, of Potter street, Dunmore, wem
united in marrlaKo at II o'clock yester
day afternoon by Alderman D.ivles.
The coupla weto unattended, and Mis.
lUtckalow, who lesldcs upstalt.s over
tho alderman's olllco, was called In to
witness tho 101 oniony.
The alderman married the Rroom'
ftteD-fathor hoiiic time nifo, and per
formed the cei oniony with such Kraco
that lie was called upon yesterday to
officiate lu the above mentioned case.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilowe depnitrd for Dun
luoiv ufter the nuptial knot was tied.
Yudcska Ecfuscd to riosecute.
At the hearliiK lefoie Aldeiman D.i
vles last evening In the case of Au
di ew Stnuls, chanted with relieving
John Yudeska of 90, the piosecutoi
lelentecl and could not pinve a deflnlto
charce nBalnst tlie prhotu 1 Charles
Pallutls, to whom Stnuls pave tliu
money, could not remember having le
celved the money, and thcie was noth
ing left for the alderman to do but
dlschaifie tho prisoner.
fitaultf was, however, lined $3 lor be
Iiik diunk nnd dlsordeily. and the tiiuii
who twenty-four hours previous wue
b"iit on sendltiff him to Jill, came to
his rescue and paid tho fine.
Heibcrt Kvans, manager of an elei-tiK-
llKlit plant at Oreat Pend. and
Miss Marfi-aiet May Phillips, daiiKhter
of Thomas Phillips, of 1514 Price stieet,
weie united In mnirlagp at 10.:!0 o'clock
yisterd.iy 11101 niiiK at the bride's home
bv P.ov. 1:. J. Melleiuy, rector of St.
David's HpNcopal thuich.
MlhS Ida Kvans, n slstor of tho
Riooni, and William Phillips, brother
of the bride, attended the couple. A
weddlntr dlnnei was cted, and Mr.
and Mis. Hvans left at noon on a
southern wedding tilp. Tluy will ie-sl'li-
at (iu.it Heiiil.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
A meeting of the Swedish-American
Political club was held In the Fn nch
Hoof hall last evening, which wns at
tended by huge number of the mem
lei s. . ,
A tegular meeting of the Franklin
ihiglne company was held last even
ing, at which bexcral luattets were
The second night of the fair and fes
tival at St. David's Hplcopal chinch
was attended bv a laige eiowd, and
intei est In the event is -it a high pitch
among the church woikers.
The W. K. elide or the Hampton
Stieet Methodist IIpKcopiil chinch will
rerve a cl.1111 chowder .supper fiom .i
to !i o'clock this 1 veiling in tho thuich
The Ancient Order of Utltons, No. 1.
will hold n smoker this evening.
The funeiul of tho late Ueoige Jen
kins will take place nt 2 SO o'clock this
afternoon ttom the home or dec ease J's
patents, 2W Juck-on stieet. Inter
ment will lie made in the Washburn
Undertaker William Neville has add
ed a team of blacks to his Uvet.
St. Urenden's louncll. Young .Men's
Institute, will tender it supper and
social In their jooms this evening to
tlie ladles who assisted theiti dining
their recent fair and festival.
A meeting of the Hlectile City
Wheelmen was held last evening, at
which the "stag" to be held cm the
nlnttcenth was discussed.
The C.reen Hidge AVoinen's Chilstlan
Tempeiance union will meet this after
noon at 3 o'clock In the Kvntigellc.il
chuich, on Capouse avenue. A full at
tendance Is cleshed. The leports of
the m!d-ear convention held last
week lu Moosio will be ical
Mrs. Julia Oilligau.
Mi. luha (.llligi.i, of Puknin Cit cllrd
mi Mniulu, uttcr .1 two wmIi. HIiuns slii U
Miritioil to three tlnif, Vln., Kite l.uMi). Mi.
Miii..nct l.nilnn nml Mi.j. ILoiiui l.aili.i, an, I
l i.uc Inntliir, Patrid.
rilf fllliml Hill 111 llClll ICIIIOIIMI JTtillKl II
a .' u'tlork, front tin' DiiKion llj ( jllulio
Mis. Giace M. Klfenbajy.
Mr. (aire VI. niunkirj, t). Ufi- nt I. II
HIilIiI.ui dinl lal nlulil it I In' luiini. ct I it
n inr. Ml. 'I ill, 2M ttirt Mir'.it flicK. -Hi
mj d'.', miiix if ,i'c uii'l Is sun lnl li In r Int.
I ii il, nuiiliir, tM iiitlii', I"! 11 din! In.rt
'! ii, J!J 11c "Utei, Mr. .Vuii.tloiiL" 'llir1 fmiual
1 11 lc lulil at 2 o'lluik Miniil.e utiiiiiujii,
with liitinmiit In Diuimi'u
lew I I'i'.r. Hi' bright lilt ie mmi hi Mi mil
Ml-, l.hllln 1. All'.lliiil.t, dial ,l.1i iili,y nuiu.
In, Mlcr a ilioit lllin'. '1 tic Iini mil jlimit '11
iiontlw uM end Ind irnatlj rmltjrcd lilm.ilt
to liis liicr-anl ui-nU ami ulithoi tin,
I11ifi.il 1U In lild 'lliurMiiy jftfiiicxMi .it i
1 '1 11.. Ilitcrnullt .it I'lltmun JMliuo ccniili'iv
l.llrilicth. Hi' infjnt iliiuhtcr cf Mr. iiml Mi'
.loifili Williams, of W'ajne unsiur, dleil xtomljy
inorjilns. 'Il.e tuncral will Ul t pljce 'ihu'wii)
.it 2.S0 i. m.
Inc llllCl.ll lit Mii liillhjlllie C'liil.i, v 1,0
.Ho. I in I'lilUiUMili Suiidii. -v. Ill talc r'1''
.e 1) o'clock llmridu ir.ouilmr ficnn the lionw
ii lur motlur In (Irccin plici', lntoiii 0' mi
W'pJncniljy ii'vinii;, preiioulv irnuiii,i.i.
MiU-inn hifill nurf nf ri'tulun lll In? iKLi .1
rd in M. lMc t r.itlicli il, i.nd Inteuiunt will
lj- nUo In tlie Piitlinli il tini.tirj'.
!!. fim.ul f tin lair Vim l'itlurlii Tunn.
li'r, 01 IP I'lttnton mi mil, nill In' held at 2
hi I in k thl .iltrrncmii fiuin the n.liliiiif.
Ilio lumril nt Tliouin IUle, 01 Wmt MaiLrt
tnt. Mill take iicp thti uIuiimkiii at J !.)
u'llctk, Senlct' will ln IicM at tlio Holy
Kd.jrj cluiiili, u ml liui'iiiieiit will lie inaik' iii
THE HOMLIEST MAN IN SCRANTON
it 'veil at tho liamlsonutt, mid 01 lien
iro Invited to rail cm anj- iIrui:i.Ut und i't
dee a trial bottle of Ktmp'ii llaluin for tlie
Throat nnd .uiijcv, a remedy that ii Riiaranteed
to rnro and lelliin all Chionlc and Acuto Couglir,
Afthnn, llrnndillU nnd Conjuiiiitloii. I'llcc Uk',
BUIIKE-OASEY NUPTIALS AT 0A-THEDRAX.
Ceremony Wan Performed by Bov.
J. J. Grlflln Mr. nntl Mrs. Burko
Have Depatted on a Wedding
Tour Pleasant Surprise Party
Tendered to Miss Mattlo Elmvvood.
John Hart Injured In the Taylor
Mine Edward Newcomb Thrown
from a Mule nnd Badly Hurt.
Miss Mary (Msey and Thomas IJurke
were united In marriage yesterday af
ternoon at 4.30 o'clock In St. Peter's
cathedral by Kev. J. J. Orl.tln. The
coieniony wns witnessed by a largo
assemblage of friends nnd relatives.
The bridesmaid was Miss Hcrtha Duffy.
The giooni wo attended by Patrick
lluggcrty. At tho conclusion of the
ceremony a wei'dlng supper was served
at the homo ot the bride, 601 Prospect
The couple left cm the midnight train
for New Voik and other points of In
terest. Mr and Mis. Iluike will be at
home In about two weeks nt i'.OJ Alder
street, where a pleasantly furnished
home awaits them.
Miss Elmwood Surptlscd.
A very pleas-nit slit prise paity was
tendered to Miss Mattle Klmwood, of
2S Plllston avenue, last evening by 11
large number of her friends. Chimes
and other amuBeuuiits wote Indulged
In and at a seasonable hour refresh
ments were served. Flashlight pie
tut es of the group wore taken by Wil
liam Miller and Frank Shultz.
Those who attended the party were;
MlRses M. Ilashbee, Mattle Klmwood,
Jennie Klmwood, Minnie Compton,
Mamie Mauley, Katie Snyder, Cora
Rees-, Margaret Roberts. Mary Ste
vens, Maiy Clailt. Owen Huberts,
Klsworth Thomas, Fted Sp.indle, Ateh
Miller, Peter Hoehiig, CJcorge Kerns,
William Olbbons, Thomas flllboy, .Ju
lius l'cisner, Joe Williams, Joe Sly,
Thomas Jones, Floy H.irtleson, Rich
aid Oiay, Frank Schultz, William Mll
lei, John i:ck, Arthur Decker, Harry
Swart, Walter Capwell, Jay Teirle.
John Unit, of this side, while at
woik In tlie Taylor mines, fell over .1
lock nnd cut n four-inch gash on Ids
head. Dr. J, J. Walsh was summoned
to chess the wound.
Hdwurd Newcomb, of this Hide met
with nn accident jestciday while dtlv
lng a mule fiom the Moosle shaft. He
wns tin own from the mule and ren
dered unconscious. He was very seil
ottsly Injured about the hip and leg.
Htlwaid Toole, of Mlnooka, while at
woik In the Greenwood mines met
with a painful accident, one of the cms
jumping the tracks and crushing him
beneath It. He lecelved a btoken leg
and seveie btulses about the body. Dr.
J. J. Walsh Is attending the injured
TOLD IN BKIEP.
The opening of the fair which is held
nt Nowlnsky's hull on I'lttston avenue
by the St. Stanislaus Polish chinch of
lax 11st stieet was hugely attended.
Many useful and costly piesenti- weie
chanced olt. The committee in dun go
isl.s Michael Snscier. John Nileh. John
Stnner. k, Teotll .InUei and M irtln
Kogollcievl. The fair will last for s
The niimliets of the Itov.il Aicanum
will meet In tegular hcs-lon this rviti
Ing at IMliiinniey hall All luenihus
.lie teciuested to be present.
Tlie mothers' meeting at tlie South
Side Young Women's Chtistlin a-so-elation
looms will he lwstpoiied until
.1 week fiom Wednesday, on nccount of
the Plerson meetlngK All the mothei s
.ue invited to attend the Wide lead
ing at tlie eenttal rooms, 205 Washing
ton avenue, bv Aithur T I'leison, at
3 o'clock, and in the Second Presby
teil.in church at 7.13 o'clntk. Tile AVcd
nesiil.iy and Tlinis-ilay afternoons in
Young Women's Christian association;
evenings in the Second Piesbj terlan
Pea Coal $1.50 a Ton Dellvoicd.
to Soutli Side, central 1 ity and ccntiat
Ilvdo P.uk. Addiess ordeis to J. T.
Shut key, I'll! Cedar avenue 'Phone
Rev .1. D. Dabney offlclated nt th!
futieiiil of the lute Clinton D. Rrlnk,
which oeeuiieid t'toin hit. late home,
oil O'HovIe stieet, 'e.vteida. A laigo
number of sonowlng fi lends vvcrj
prcent. lnteiment was made nt
Hlnihurst. Tlie pall bearer", who weie
niembeis ot the Grand At my of tin
Republic, of which deceased was .1
member, were as follows- Fred Wc tit
ling, J. W. Santoicl, John Schl.iger,
Tlie following will take part In the
production ot tliu play entitled, "A
1311ml Altuchment," to lie given by
M111 v In Tattle's clus on Thttrsdiy
evening at St. Mink's chuuli. Misses
Sidle Foster, Ilael Wlntot.steln,
Fiances Kellnni, Fiances Rldgeway,
Agnes McKniie. Miss Maud Hllde
bi.indt, elocntlotilst. has been busily
engaged in chilling the c u.xo for sonm
The sixth iinnil.ll ball ot P.Iectilc
Hugiun company will take place on
Fildny evening, Feb. II. nt Meeliiei's
liall. Wahlcr lhos." oiehestr.i lttr
nlshes the music.
The employes of tli Cambiln silk
nilll will hold a meeting at Temper
ance hall this nf tot noon nt l.V o'clock
Dr. (I. J. Chambcilalii. of Noith
lllakelv stieet, Is suftiilng fiom a se
vii 0 case 01 gilp.
Mlt-s Fannlo Vlckcis Is eonlltud to
hei home, on Apple MroU, sufteilns
Willi iv Might lllnesr.
Rev. A. J, VnnOlett lecttitcd la.ct
night betoio the Oiaud Aimy of th.i
Repulille tit Factory ilio. dellveilng
his tar.iou.', lectin e on "Abi.iham Lin
coln." Undntnker '1. J. (iolden, of ciicit
nul ttrect, i.t iiilto sick at his homo.
The live chlldicn of Hymn Htady, of
Franklin stieet. aie all III with tho
Pi of. Hovard leaves thin mottling 101
llanhibuiL', vvlluie be will attend a
meeting of the siipeiititendenls of thi
schools, which Is being held tlii'iu
Henri To Mr. and Mrs. Reuben
Dainty, of Fifth street, a son.
Horn To Mr. und Mis. Patrick
Qulnn, of Chestnut Bluet, a daughter.
Mrs. A. If. Allen, nf Dudley sttei't,
spent Monday with ftlcndH nt Pitts
ton, The funeinl of tho lite William H.
O'Connor, tho victim of Saturday's
sad accident, took place from his lute
home on Webster avenue yesterday
morning. The soi vices wore attended
by 11 gieat thiong of sympathising
friends, and St. Maiy's church wns
crowded to tho doors. A solemn high
mnss of requiem was celebtated by
Rev. M. 11. Donlan. Rev. Finnic
Clink, of Philadelphia, was deacon:
Rev. M. 1:. Loftiis, of St. Paul's
church. Oieen Ridge, sub-deacon, and
Rev. Al. J, Mlllane, master of ceie
monles. J11 tlie sanctum y weto Rev.
P. J. Me.Manus, Rev. Hdmund Fit;!,
main lee and Rev. James Fitzmniiilce.
Rev. John O'Connor, of Philadelphia,
nnd Rev. Daniel O'Connor, of Cnn
shohoeteti, weie nuiotig the mourneis.
l.ni go delegations weie picent fiom
the Catholic Mutual lleiiellt associa
tion and Royal Atenntim, of which de
ceased was a member After tho ser
vices tlu long pioeesslon continued to
Arehb ild, vvheie lnteiment wns mndo
hi St. Thomas eemeteiy.
Tho Women's Chilstlau Tempeiance
union of Dun moie will hold a social at
the home of Mrs. Maisli, 011 Soutli
Rlukely stteet, Thuisday evening, Fob
ruarj 14. A line ptogiiinime has been
piep.ued for the occasion Refresh
ments will be set veil, nnd a silver
oli'eiiiig taken. The public Is cordially
NORTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Simon Nnutshnb Is Apaln At tested
Case an Outgrowth of the
Simon Nariislinn, who wns ncciultted
of a charge of murder at the last teun
of com I, wab arrnlgnevl befoie Aldei
man Myers ycsteiday AVIth .loseiih
Hlsausky and John Mlchellnsky, lie
was chin ged with assault and battel y
liv Andiew Millar. The latter It was
who ptoipcuted Nniiishas on the
chin ge of nun dei.
The piohL'iit ease was nn otitgiowMi
of the murder tilal ami lestilted In
the aldeiman lining cai h ot the ac
cused PJ and cost".
Chr.iiter of Accidents.
James Melvln, of West Maiket
strict, "lipped and tell Sunday even
ing, painfully Injuiiiig ills hips and
loft sliouldei. Melvln was leaving his
home and when going down the stone
steps in fiont of the house slipped on
some lee and fell. He wns picked up
nnd can led Into the house, and later
lemoved to the Lackawanna hospital,
wheie he is now testing conifoitnbly.
James McGo-van, of Hrick avenue,
had Ills leg fractal ed Monday evening
while assisting Mr. Mullen, janitor of
St Maiy's ball, lift a laigo bo. Mul
len was lifting the bov from the cellar
ot tho hall to tin- tlrst floor. McGnwan
hud stinted to lift one side, while
Mullen lifted the .other, when Mi
Cowiin's strength gavo out nml the
box toppled over upon his leg, He
was removed to his home, where th-i
fiactiiie wns reduced.
A Midnight Fire.
File was cllscovc mil at uildul'thl In
Anthony O'UojIe's bottling works on
West Maiket htii'et, und an nlaim was
tinned In 1 1 0111 ho i5, at the cot not of
West Maiket and Winona xtieets
A defeitlve Hue III the tuinuie Is
thought to have caused the Hie which
oilgn.ited In the biibomeiu ol the
Iniildlim. The llames woiked theii way
upwind and did consldeiable ramnge
to the woodwoik on the lli.it 1I001 be
line thei weie extinguished.
Tho F.m elslor and Cumbeilaud Hose
compnnles leponded to the alaiin.
The damage to woodwork and furnish
ings will amount to about V.flfl.
The wedding of Miss Jennie Pin
cell, ot Oak stieet, nnd John lMng, of
Mountain Diive, took plaee jesteiday
moinliig at the Holy Ro'iuy chuieli.
The man Inge cetenion was per
t mined liv Rev. J. V. Mojlati.
The In Ide wns attended by MKs
Annie King, while James (iiillaghci'
acted ns best man. Mr. nml Mis.
King will lcilde 011 Kesscr avumn.
Tlmmiis M. lCvans, of Wajne ave
nue. is able to be ntound iignln after
l tietlod of sickness
Ml . It. S. JoilCi!, or l.'dmv aCeiuie,
The .Sunday school la s. of Mis. It.
!. Jones, of the Welsh Congic .atloiuil
chuich. Is ari.inglng for 1111 entertain
incut on Washington's bh thday,
Dr. .lohii Stanton has beeeti q
I olnted medical ovimlner for the new
tent of the Knight 01 Maccabees.
All vouug ladies who wldt to Join
the painting 01 eiuhroldeiy class 01 tho
Young Women t'litistlau assoelatlon
will be present at tlie inomti net
Monday ntteinoon nt i o'eloci:.
Mr. and Mis Joint D. Jones, of Put
nam stieet. spent yesterila.v with .vlr.
and Mrs. David Powell, at Peekvllle.
Tonight and tonioiiow night tho
Momoihil HaptlMt chuuli will hold
their festival and bazaar at the Audi
tot linn. Many booths have Pee-n
li'.-ed up with hunting. These I1001I14
v 111 be iilte'tided by joiing ladles, velio
will cell candles and fancy wotk. A
supper will be set v id bv the young
peoplu of tho chinch,
The Ladles' Aid sodut ol tliu
When you next order biscuit, crackers or wafers tell your grocer you
want the kind that comes in the "In-er-seal Patent Package." When
you get them, serve them from the package. Don't put them In a
cracker jar keep them in the package I You will be surprised to find
them as fresh as to-day's bread, as delicate as a piece of pie crust
just from the oven, and you will pass a resolution never to buy any
kind of biscuit again not protected by the "In-er-seal Patent Package."
Soda, Milk, Graham, Oatmeal and Butter Thin
lllscuit, Ginger Snaps, Vanilh Wafers and Recep
tion Flakes come In the "In-er-i-eal Patent Pack
age." Don't take a hubstitutc.
Look for the "In-cr-scal" trademark
design at the cud of the box. Q
NATIONAL BISCUIT C0APANY.
1 ia Mmmmmwmm vswj maker.
I U-aKKKSBPCH 4X&I
I ii .iJ CVtKfcTvtaVI BWlrbr4
J - X -
VJ)e$riter. : "J
The JEWETT is modem, up -
MACHINES PLACED ON TRIAL
JEWETT No. 10 Has Ninety-Two Distinct Char
acters. Eight riore Than Any Other Standard ria-ciiine.
D. W. WAGNER,
215 Board of Trade telephone 2492 SCRANTON, PA.
A Break in the Price of Rubbers They have been too high for
the past two years. Now we will give you the benefit of the cut in
prices Ladies' 60c Rubbers, now 45c Men's 85c kind, now 70c.
I-iovidenco Methodist IhiKcopal
chinch will hold a (.oil: social St.
Valentine niiiht In the chinch pallors,
IlillKlaia enteied the feed mill of W.
U Fieas t Son on Knst .Vlatket stieet
eatlv yestetday uuiiiiIiir but ;ot noth
hm of value.
OwIiik to a dhputo over wiiKen and
the alleged unc.illed foi 1II11 haiire of
mm tain emploves a stiilte I now on at
tlm mine at null's Head.
Terreiuv McIX-iinoU of Wilbur
stieet. was iiijuied In the Mai vine
liillie Monday by behiK siilli"Vi d hi -twecn
1'atilck W11M1. ji . of West .Maiket
stieet, was seiiotisly Injiucd In the
I.ORRett's 1'ieok mini) .Monday by behiK
caught between a cat and tie lib.
Ileal nml Nominal Republics.
At the ptesieiit lime theio 1110 tweiuv
nominal lepubllcs in tin vvcuhl outsM 1
of Alrka mid the tiny mountain dl.
tt lit of San Mat Ino. These an France,
Switzerland, the United St itn ot
America. Hajtl, San noinln-n, Mexico,
Uualeuiala. Ilondui is, NleaiaRiia.
t'o-jta Itlcn, rolnmhlu, Vene-jiuhi, K. -iinilor,
lti.tzll, I'eiu. lliilhlu, Chile, Ai
Kentlnn. l-auiirimy and t'iuua of
these onb Svvltsseilaud nnd the rule 1
States an ical lepubllo., within ilio
UMKoii'iblc cletlnltlon of tlt.ic woid
riance Is halt n public and halt milli
taij clepoll"ni. All the uniainlni?
seventeen aie either absolute mllltiiv
lei.iottsin- ! ' I'M'e ollsraic hk.'i In
which a rmiill mlnoiltj ol th pi Mil
monopolUe all the powiih ot komui
iiieiit, vhlle the ieat mass aie hti1
if any. better than slaveh. The tonus
1. 1 icpublli an government me iindoiibi
cdlv nialiitaltied In neail all t them
to tlie (..line eMenr as they are main
tain d In Home uiidei Tlbeilus, or In
T'ninie under the ptlnee ptesldent
I.otllh Xilpoleoil. l.eKlslatllles meet
and illnelH at meat lelinth ptop s
tlons 01 law, submitted by 11 dictator,
.u the end ol which they vole lu ihe
iilllimntlvi or ll rU theli lives. In
I'hlle. ViKeiitlna and ii"sllil oiu or
to liiuie of these iepnhlk, thei Is
11 liuypf iieeilom ol dlsiuh'don and a
Kie.tter absence of mllltatv dietaloi
ship than lu the otheu. Cut in Chile
.ill the land vwiilh huvinit Is oivifd
bv a few families, and 11 vast ui.ijoi
itv of tie ptoplo mi. bound to the.-ie
lauillles In a mild but effectual shiv
ei. In 11 IniKe maJoill.v cd thei.o 1.
publlcs thei. Is not. and then never
lias been uliv Rovcinntciit, e-cepi
nili h us was lnipoj.ul be iiillltnty fo-ee
ifter 11 HiceesHiul levoliiiloii, confirm
cd bv the foiniK of poi'ntl.if election, al
which aiivbod.v 1, as pui'inlued to vote
lieely, provldecl he voted for the tilling
dictator. I'.ven th subjocts of the
Writes and shades scventy-fiva
letters to the line.
Writes straight on ruled lines.
Has automatic type-cleaning
The best mnnifoldcr and stencil
U The lightest touch to keys and
i The JliWErT ball-bearing car-
riape "beats the world."
ThcJliWETTlincr is easily tho
most clever device ot its kind.
to - date, simple, convenient, durable
AND 0T1IEU MAKES TAKEN
ACADEMY OF HUSIC,
RBIIA KUKOUNDfiR HARRY A. DROWN
Managers anil I.c"cc. Local Manager.
ALL 'Jills I.i:K.
Jessie Siwrelle Dramatic Co
In nuti el.ivt l!iic1oiie.
tC V cl IM I fJ G 3
vfniuiit "Victorian Cron"'
li'i,l.i "Grip of .itccl"
ulnoil.n "Tho New South'-
u.-.. "Tlie Dcill'i Jluif'
WiiIhimIi- lv.ojpcsl fiom the Law'1
Vlatliiii l-tlci' 10 ami 20 rrnts
lariitiie l-i'iift-lD, 20 and SO ecntii.
I.P fi UI.IIItlNGTON', Manaccr.
1 hum mvs coviMKNriNo
MONDAY MATINEE, the new
LONDON GAIETY QIRLS
ruenio Beauty Tubleto and P11U. A por
rctly mfu.iiul Kiinranteedtrratincnt forall skin
Miierdar.'. Restore: the bloom clyouth to faded lace
0 ch yt," treatment 50jj 30 days' 11.00, by wait
nnn forcncnlnr. Aildroaa. ,
,-i""V MEIi'"" ro -tiS lckliSt.,Chla
Bald by McGarrnh & Thomae, Drue
icists.. WJ Lackawanna ave., Scranton. Pa.
BUY THE GENUINE
P OF FIGS
. . MANUFACTUHED DY ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
I r."OTI' tiii: .V&HE.
'ieimiin and Atisttlaii empeiois havd
far more mil voice in the Kovernment
of their country than have tho "freo
and Independent" citizens of any ie
puhlle on the continent of America,
c xcept our own. Tho subjects of tho
monarchies of Sweden, Norway, Den
nun it, Holland nnd llelKluni have vast
ly moie. -Thomas fl. Shearman, tit
Xotlh American Ileview.
Duty on Sugai.
Ilv , lu.lio Wlr friui Tho AmoclatcJ IVfsi.
V a.liliuiui. Iil I." -Ilio kccirtary of tli
liiniim IoiIji liiiuiiil h ii'iintmallln; duty of
HI i.iin, e .ilium ,,! IcllU it kioi (a llttl
inr .a iiuiHl.i en 11 1 1 ntiiii'it mcaii Imported
nn. 1 mo ui. mti uiii'i. iruui iiii-.i a.