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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1901.
REV. J. J. RUDDY
POPULAR PRIEST WILL GO TO
WORK AT OLYPHANT.
Rev. Father McLaughlin Will Suc
ceed Him at St. Patilclc's Chuich.
Other News Among the Chuiches.
PuneralB of Mis. John Reynolds
nnd Mrs. Elizabeth Richards.
Church Pair nnd Suppeis on Wash
ington's Birthday Other News
JVotei nnd Pcrsonnls.
Hrv. .1. .1. Ruddy, whu has Ih-oii con.
sxeted with St. 1'ntilek'n chinch fur
onie time, has been temporal lly tiann
fenrd In (llypliunt. liev. father Mt
l.nightin. of tlio enthrdrot, will tuko
J'litlir-r Ruddy's plnce nt Ht. Patrick's.
T)urln;r rather Kuddy'tt nlay In thin
P'trlnh ! made ninny filpmls hy Ills
iiffilillltv. and tint bent wl-diei of all
K with him to lilt new field.
Rev. Thomas du iliuehy, 1). D tlr-llv-ricd
n eiy able scitunu lost vtnliis
lo a large- romrregatlon at the .Tnt k
witi Street V.iptlhl chinch on "Oeiui
The nioinliur set vice nt the Wash
burn Stiret PicsbyteiUn (hun.li e
ii'tilay wiih In nieinoiy of T'ranrlM 11.
AVIIIard It was Iho iiliniveiKiiy of
ili famous woman's nnonutlon.
Rev. rt C Logan, 1. lj, puachd
nt tlif Sumner Avenue I'te-ifoytt'itiiii
ihuicli lust evening to it lingo eongrc
Ktitlon. The usual seivli"- weie held 'it thi
I'll st llnptlst chuivli jesteidnj, nnd
mow conducted bv tho pa-dor. Ilev. S.
V. Mnuh-'w-. I,aige- i ongregalloni
jitt-Mided both .sc'ivlcc.
Tho annual inNilonaiy neimon was
pi cached at the Hampton Slioet Mctii
nllt I'pKcopnl chuicli yestciday
moiiilng by tho jiahlor, Rev. Jaincn
Rrmilngcr. Ills hubject vf.n "Tho
Advancing Kingdom." Another ilns-
ot pi ob ttloncrs was lecelvcd Into
A conununlnn servlie find ipi cpUon
1o members was held at tin l'lymouth
Congregational vhuiclt ypnterd.iv mm n
Ing, after Mhlch Uev. Bo.vl pt cached
one of bin most eloquent -ermon.
At the Slmp'-on Methodist I'plMopal
c Urn clt, vest-relay morning. i:e. A J.
Van Cleft, of Dunmoio. culiaiigid pul
pits with the pastoi, Uev. J. M. S-veot,
IX V. The ofllclal boaid wll' moot this
"The Fulfillment of Prophet v Con
cerning tho Son of Man" was the suli
1'ft of Rev. A. T. l'llilt'l's dsomilrt.
i and COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
Creations in Silk Waists,
Smart Rainproof Coats,
Pedestrian Skirts and Suits,
Are now on exhibition in our main fchow windows, and Waist,
Suit and Cloak Departments. The display is by lar the most
interesting we have ever made, and as it embodies all the
' " " new pretty fads and fancies for approaching spring, offers a
i. ire opportunity for ladies to study fiom conect models what
will be worn a couple of months hence when winters snows
The New Waists
Come in a magniticent range of solid colors and conio!naUons,
all have the new sleeve in one form or another, while the
extra touches of fashion and finish aie such as ensuie them
favor with ladies ol good taste and discrimination.
The New Raglan
Rain-proot Coats in lull lengths lor the ladies wear, have all
the style and swagger that woman of fashion desire, besides
being the most useful garment that can find a place in any
Suits and Skirts
iu the latest Pedestrian Suitings are simply perfect exa
of stylish tailoring and exquisite taste. The line shown
now leaves nothing to be desired and cannot fail to add
popularity of this well known department
.nt.piWiry"n",ii"i i n
.it St. Mnrk's Lutheran church yester
day morning, and In the evening ho
spoke on th text, "Io, I Come, In tho
Volume of the Book It Is Written of
Plymouth Church Notes.
Monday nt p. m., Junior Endeavor,
Mlxs Kdmi Hv.ins In charge.
Tuesday evening, nt 7.13, weekly
Wednesday nfteinoon nt i" o'clock
the Ladles' Aid society will be ready
lo open their "Colonial Sale," to con
tinue Thursday nnd Fildny. It will bo
well worth tho pi lee ot admission to
see tho comfortables alono. Tho
many other useful uitlcles which will
he for sale are too numeious to men
tion. The following menu will be
Hied on tho Ettiopran plan each
evening nt fi o'cloek: Clam chowder,
banquet wafeis, plikles, ham unnd
lchos, egg sandwiches, enke, Wood's
Iloston cotfee.llai lick's malted milk,
lee (i earn.
Annual Society Supper.
'et Tliiiisdny evening between tho
bourn of i; nnd 8 o'clock the Ladies'
Aid hoi lety of the Washburn Stieet
l-iesbyteiliin chinch will seivo one ot
their splendid suppers. It Is needless
lo comment on the spread, as It Is
alwa.s well propaied and served In
an eveellent manner.
The menu will consist of clam boui
llon, tld bits, cold ham, pressed beef,
i learned potatoes, Parker House rolls,
Jelly, bread, banquet wafers, chicken
salad, t heeso straws, cake, coffee, lee
Funeral of Mrs. Reynolds.
' mi' n Iho largest funerals "pen In
West Seiantuii tor some time past was
that which tollnwed the remains of the
Sato Sirs. John Reynolds to tht Ir last
lestlnn: pirn e In Washbuin stuet eeme.
terj Satin da v aMeiuoon. The de
coaijoil Mil- unlxti'iilly popitlai, and
hei ft lends were nuinberlps.
People fioni many plates gatheied
nt tho house on South Main avenue to
attend the sen Ices, which weie con
ducted b Uev. D. . rpipklns, assist -el
bv Rev. I!. I, Kvans. A tloublu
ipinrtette tiiim tho riisl Welsh Hap
tWl ehureli snnir n number of selec
tion!' The pnllbwireiK weie T). AL
.lones, Silas SValleis, Sainu 1 Pottlt.
'iliomas ISevnnlds. ll.txld SVIIIIams and
.lohii M. IMw.ihI".
Tho luueial of ihe late Mrs l' ler
Williams, who tllnl at her home near
the 1'yne mlne. was conducted nt 2
o'clock estaiday afternoon. Sen Ices
wete held at the house and Interment
was made In the Washbuin stieet eem
etei.v. The tuneial of tho late Mis. KH.a
biilli Ulchaids occurred yesterday al
teinouii 1iom the house, 550 Decker
t ourt. Uev. I). P. Jones, of the Tab
ernacle CoiiKtoKallona! church, olllel
afd and burial was made In the
Washburn stict t cemeterj. Tho pall
In aieis were: David Powell, Da Id
Pitchford, Thomas Dories nnd Mr.
The fuii"ial of the late Minnie Wiik
ncr will take ilaco this utteinoon at
3.S0 o'clock from tho house, 133 South
Seventh street. Ilev. A. L. Rnmer, of
St. Mark's Lutheran church, will onl
clate, nnd Interment will bo made In
tho 'Washburn street csmotery.
Tho remains of the late Mrs. Esther
Lewis, ncd 75 years, who died on
Thursday nt the Home for the Friend
less, were Intel red In tho Washburn
street cemetery Saturday afternoon.
Tho pall-benrers were thrco sons and a.
son-in-law of deceased, Lewis a. Par
ry, Corner Pany und David Gabriel.
Notwithstanding the precautionary,
mctl'totlH of tho board of health, theie
wns ti htrpo assemblage at the funeral
of Sirs. Zeltntlsh In Morris court Sat
urday morning. The lcmntns were pri
vately Interred, but the crowd went
to the Lithuanian church In North
Seranton, whero a mass was suiik.
Services over the remains of tlw
litu Thomas X. Williams will be con
ducted nt thts house on Frlnk street at
3 o'clock this utteinoon, and In tho
Shctman Avenue MIbfIoii at 2..10
o'clock. Ilurlnl will bo made In Wash,
burn street cemetery.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
Theie will be a meeting of the James
committee of United Jllno Workers of
Atntilea ut St. David's hall tomoirow
evening nt 7.30 o'clock. All locals are
leciuestctl to send delegates.
A stated meeting of Hyde I'aik
lodge, Free nnd Accepted Masons, will
be hclil this evening, commencing nt 7
o'clock. An applicant will bo bnlloted
for, nnd work will bo pcrfoimed In tho
H. A. and F. C. degrees.
Tho Tilbuno conespondeut Is In
debted to H. T. IJradshaw for one ot
Ai mom's pretty calendars, which have
been so much In demand.
Bianch U, O. M. 11. A., held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon and made nr
lnncemcnts to attend the funeral of
their late brother, Ilev. W. A. Nealon.
Tho ICimlnle club dance will be held
nt Mcar.s' hall, Wednesday evening,
nnd tho D. nnd L. dancing class will
hold n social theie this evening,
llany AViigley, of Twelfth sttott,
hail one of his flngots seveiely Injured
locLiitly wlille at wink.
1'hlllp Yenlck, of West Lackawanna
inenuo, had his aim fiautuied icccntly
by fulling fiom a chair while cleaning
John SIcDeimolt, of North Sumner
avenue, had an arm and leg lractuicd,
and his head and lace lacerated by a
fall of rock nt Hilggs' shaft on Satur
daj. Ho Is In a precatlous condition
at the AVost Side hospltnl.
The mcmbP!" of tho local liUh (Mth
olln lienevolent union will tender n
bampiet not Tluusilny evening to the
riiaud ofllceis In the Young Mcn' In
stitute building. The committee In
i hinge ol tho affair met yesterdny af
ternoon to make the iiTnngemPiits.
Linemen blasting on North Main
avenue Saturday. In front of Thonins'
Music stole nnd Ynos' lintel discharged
u chnigo of dynamite In a poU hole,
which bioke evei.il windows In both
plates. o ope Wlls injured
Sits. Chillies Chailes, of Pi Ice street,
Is i onvales elng allei a long lllntss.
.Mis. Frank Metz, of Tenth sticot,
hns letuincd home fiom a isit to the
Miss Maine Kresgo. of Nut tit llvdo
Paik avenue. Is home tioin a islt with
midlives In Newton.
Ml. Petit, of Noith llebeeea ave
nue, who has been utllletcd with the
glip, Is ipcoverlng.
ills. Thcophllus liowen, of North
Itobeccn. avenue. Is able to bo around
again after an illness,
MKs Maine Shaw, of Ashlov. Is tho
guest of Mrs. Loulta Grass, of Noith
li.vtle Paik avenue.
I. W. Taguo. the funeial dltcctoi and
turniuno dealer, is again able to dhcit
his business after a sevcie Illness.
Mis. Laura T. Wltlner. ot Noith Lin
coln avenue, is spending a few days
among i datives In Mamh Chunk.
Ildwaid Ciihlck, one of the attend
ants at the Hillside Home, Is III at the
home of his patents on Pi lee stieet.
Miss Mary Jloovei, of Noith Hiom
ley avenue, Is repotted to be quite 111.
Miss Llda Cotter, of Xew Yotk, Is
visiting Mrs. Ciossln, of Noith Lincoln
Miss Maine liuuiett. ol Noith Lin
coln uvenue. Is .suifering fiom illness.
C. S. DePuy. of Lincoln avenue, is
K-coveilng fiom un attack of the gilp.
Mrs. A. M. Moise, of South Hiomley
avonue, Is convalescing lioni tho gilp.
Mis (Jcnrgc Stone, who hud been tho
guest of Gieen Itldge iilemls, hits ie
tuintd to her homo In Philadelphia.
Mis M. It. Kns, of Sanderson ave
nue, is lsitlng ti lends in Philadelphia.
The Clllistluii llndeavnr society of
the Green P.Idge 1'icsbytcilan church
will glte a social to tho niembeis and
thdr friends In the thutih pallors lo
inoiuiw evening. A lingo dr legation
fiom the social committees ot the dlf
ftient Kntlcavor societies of the city
Is expected to be pie.sent.
James Ilea, of Sandeison n venue. Is
able to bo mil again, aflei an attack
of the gilp
Select Councilman K. L. Meiilman is
lecovcilng tioin a seiious Illness.
Miss Koblnson's class of the Sunday
school of the Chinch of the Good
Shepheid will hold a sale or useful and
tiinty ui tides, coffee, cake and candy
In iho stilltl looms this evening,
Kxtenslvp meparatlons are being
made tor the lalt ot the Gtccn Itldge
Wheelmen, which will be held in tho
new club house e-aily In March.
Alex. Lindsay, of Uochester. N. Y
Is a guest at the home ot his patents,
Mr. nnd Mis. Itobcit Lindsay, of Mon
Mr. and Mis. II. H, Tleynolds, ot
Monsey avenue, nio expected to land
In New Yoik city today, on their le
tum troin Kurope.
The Nelson Jubilee Slngeis gave n
most interesting entertainment last
Fildny evening befoio a Inige audi
ence at iho Young Women's Christian
association. Tho Nelson slnseis luivo
visited this section befoie, but have
never icndeied a piogiaiuuie like the
one given Fildny. evening
A lallio for two sets of mining tools,
for the benellt of John l.enahan, will
bi In id In m. Maiy's hall on Tuesday,
Miss Constant o rianiilgnn, of J'ltts
lon. Is visiting Mrs. C. 1.. ciatk, of
v ood stieet.
Mis. Claia How i. of Ithaca. N. Y..
lis visiting Mis. Willluin Wolt. of
clinic h avenue
Muster Noinial Lynch, ot Chun h
avenue, has ictovcied f.ioin an lllnesn.
Ilev. it. W. Cljmor. of thl.4 place,
Made an ilddtesn jeteida.v at the
uung Men's t'lulritliin association
lo.nii'i on Washington avenue.
Ml news muttns foi The Tilbime
vll leedve ipt attention If left In
tin .In bo; ut Ii.tvli' ding stoic, tor-
J ner of Main uvenue and Muikct btiuet.
LACKAWANNA TELEPHONE CO.
GETS A FRANCHISE.
Council by a Unanimous Vote Passed
the New Ordinance' on Thhd Read
lng on. Saturday Night Borough
Teachers' Institute Rev. A. J.
Van Cleft Talks on Mrs. Carrie
Nation and Her Work Funerals
ot Florence MUnor and Mrs. Jane
Hennegan Fltzslmmons Injured.
At-a speclul meeting ot the boiough
council, held Saturday night the Lack
awanna Telephone company was suc
cessful In securing a fiiinehlsc, giving
It the right to eiect poles nnd string
wires upon tho boiough streuts. The
pievlous efforts of this company to,
spcuio tho right of way In the borough
was defeated about six weeks ago, by
a tie votei Messrs. Jones, McLaughlin
and Payton favoring It and .McAllister,
Wnrd and Drognn opposing.
The new oidlnnnce contains several
features which were not piesent In the
previous one, nnd which were demand
ed by those members who opposed It
befoio. Tho rates are guaranteed sub
iicilbein for tho term of five jenrs, and
tho borough Ih given free 'phones, to
bo furnished and kept In repair ns long
us the finiiphiso shall bo used by this
or any other succeeding company un
der this ordinance.
Their poles are llabla to a tax of CO
cents each per year.
Ordinance 8", regulating the matter
of street excavations, etc., passed final
leading at Saturday night's meeting.
The lioioinjh teachers held their
monthly Institute in the high school
Saturday morning. At P.13 o'clock the
superintendent called Ihe meeting to
older. Prof. W. W. Jones conducted
the musical part of th progi amine.
Supeilntendent Hovard briefly sketch
ed some of the topics which weie dis
cussed at the supeilntendent conven
tion held In llnnlsburg. Miss Kve
lyn Montgomery lend a very Interest
ing und piactleal paper on spelling.
An animated discussion followed, In
which n number of the teachers took
pait. Miss Kate McIIale's paper on
"How lo lnteiest IJeglnners In ITnltd
States HNtorv." contained many good
suggestions and was followed by a
bilef discussion. A teeltntlon, which
was appi eclated by tho teachers. Miss
I. L MatCroiy. piluclpnl of tho bust
Hi s depai tment, lead a paper, tho
subject of which was "Hlstoo as n
Means of Teaching Patriotism." An
Intel mission of ilfleen minutes was
taken, uftui which Dr. Geoige P. Ulble,
pliueipnl of L'ast Stroudsbmg State
Not mat school, addtessed the Institute.
In his aildiosf. he gave a number
of practical hints in lefeienc to
spoiling nnd lending nnd r.lso ns to
methods of tialnlng Ihe memory.
Talk on Mis. Nation.
A huge congregation nt the Metho
dist l'plscoial church lust evening, lis
tened with deep lnteiest to ilev. A. J.
Veil "left s nihil e.s, entitled "Mis. Na
tion and Mm' Hatchet." All Chilstlans
wi'ie uiged to use tbMr Inline me lit
evetj ilghl way ngalnst the liquor
evil, and while Mrs. Nation's plan wns
not lonuneiided. Ur. Van Cleft thought
gtuid lesults would doubtless follow
her efforts to "save the boys from tho
cuie of lum.
He ipgretled to see the dilnk evil
so stiongly Intrenched In Dunmore,
that tlfl.v -eight applicants have this
cir applic cl for Hcpiisps and b-,.d
the day Is not dlstunt when the loiees
that aio vvoiklng for home pioteotion
would make u better showing. Tho
law-enfoiclng league of Seranton was
highly ondotsed, und the hope expiess
ed that tho good wot I: cunmenred bv
Mr. Sung s would be contlniiod, nnd
extended to this community tilso.
Tomoi low's Election.
Tomoiiuw the votets have auoilier
chance to say which paity shall take
that go nt town affairs for tho iut
year. On tho Republican ticket tho
following w.ll known citizens nnd
ptopetty owneis ask the votes of all
those anxious to secui good govern
ment and clean administration of bor
Councllmeii. A. C Sn.vder, Angela
I). Audi en.
Si hool till tins, Rli haul Wcbboi and
K. W. Iv-s.
Tieasuier, Louis IhiIe.
ticet i ommlsslouei. V J. Smith.
Alldltoi. Tho. lletiwood.
These nun have all demonttated
thi'lr Htnoss tot the ot'iecs which tin y
seek, nnd the piospotts aio that they
will be elected by laif,e majoiltles
Tin- luueial ot Plot -Mice, the child
of Mi. anil Mis. J. i:. Jlllncf, 'was
In Id iiom tho pm cuts' home on Apple
siiei I ytstctd.iy alteinoon. Rev. A.
J. Van Cktt. of the Methodift Episco
pal clinic'.. ullU'ltitcd, and a quartette
fiom that chuivli snug sevoinl beauti
ful selections. Intcimeni wus made In
The funo.al of Ml'" James HennpR in
occuiied fiom her Into heme on Rail
road stieet yestciday nltoinoon. A
latge number of sympathizing friends!
were piesent to pay the!. last i aspects
to the dcpaited friend und r.clglibor.
Inteiment wns made In Ml. Cnimel
A Miner Injuied.
(leoigo Fltzslmmons, of Tlnoop
stieet, a miner employed nt tha Nny
Aup; collier, was tho victim of a paln
tul accident on Ha tin day. In attempt
ing to escape fiom a threatened lull
of roof he was caught between a car
and a pillar and badly squeezed.
S-VPial tibs were bioken and lie re
cpived several cuts upon the head und
luce und was badly limited about tho
body. He N resting comfortably at
bin home undoi' a physli lull's cute.
Pi .1. H. (Inivey, of l)!nl;oy stittt,
Is homo tin a tcv. days fiom New
Viil:. whero he is puisuing a couisu ot
1'ioiesKoi 10. D. Boittd has leturned
fiom hls leci'iit tllp lo Hunlsbuig,
vvhcie ho u Headed ht meeting of thci
tupeiluteuileiits ofthe s'nt".
Jlis. A. H Diovvn, of ilieen Ridge
SOME FOOLISH' PEOPLE
MI,a i ouch In run tint 11 it til ln-jond ll.c
litdi ct iiioillrlnc. lire oltrn .nj, "t)(i, It
v.cur ju-jj," Inn In nioit mes It n etrar
llirni uuaj. ( onlil llii ln liuliicisl lo tr.i tli
mi 1 1. .lul id. rlf. li io t'.illnl linli' IUImiu, wlilih
I mid on ii po-itlv o Kiiinintee lo i ore, Hiej
would Imiiuilliitrli f llio rmtlltnt i licit n(tir
tilll' liiu Hut iIiimi. I'iiio Hi, and jK, Piijl
iUc Irtc, At all Utu.'slit. 1
stieet, has recovered fiom her recent
Mis. John Whitman, of Mooslc, spent
seveinl days In town lust week.
Ltiwieiice Fowler, of Cheny street,
is contemplating an extended Kuio
ponti trip, for the benefit of his health,
in the near future.
Pea Coal $1.50 a Ton Dellveied.
to South Side, central city and central
Ilvde Park. Address orders to J. T.
Shaikey, 1914 Cedar avenue. 'Phone
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Funeral of. the Late Adam Mathels
Held Yestei day Other News
and Peisonal Notes.
The limei.il of Adam Mulhels was
held fuiiii ills late lesldence, on Ciown
avenue, jesteiday utteinoon ut 2 :'.0
o'tlid-'k. The i .mains weie taken to
St Mni.v's chinch, wheic set vices weie
eomluetcil by Rev. Peter Chi 1st. In
teiment was made In tho Twentieth
Tho pall-heal ets weie John Mehs,
Raitholomew Schadl, August SchultiS
and Charles Colman.
The Annual Eepoit.
The annual tepoit of the William
Connell Hose company. No. !, for Hie
year 1&C0 Is as follows Total numb t
of alaims aiisweted, -Ti; bell ill n ins.
Hi; still aim ins, S; genet al alarms, 1,
number of feet of hose laid, ti '.ill): bonis
winked at lire, 1,1; avtwige tlttelldani e
of mt mbeis at Hies, i.,
'Ihe William Connell i:ose company
oignnied u Hi email's school last jeat.
the lesult being u veiy ci editable e
hlbltlon of llfe-sa Inc given on tin
I Rnub building last Uctobei. The i om-
pany Is aKo equipped with it nioJiin
wagon and a complete set of llte-s.iv-ing
TOLD IN BRIEF.
The eight-year-old son of Michael
Wainshak fell down u lllght of stabs
nt his homo on Rim stieet und dislo
cated his elbow Joint. Oi. J. J. Walsh
sot the member.
Tho Rlnggolil band will hold tin Ir
annual masqueiaile ball this evening
al Athletic hull.
Hidkemnn Hdwiitd Hovle. o l.'ig
stieet. was stunk on the head with a
niece of coke nt the South winks on
Satin day. I)i. Qulnu diessed the
wound, which tpqulied four stltehetr.
Miss Cuunois and Miss tiallaghei, ol
Plttston, have retuined hotnp, utter a
week's visit with Mis Winltied Moian,
of Fig sticPt.
The meeting of the Fouiieen Ft lends
was postponed Satin day evening until
Camp ISO. Patilotlc Older Sons of
Aiueiiea. Will meet this evening at
St. li cue's soi lety will meet this
evenln at Phtumncy hall,
Philip Flshei. of Ciowu avenue, will
leave today for Hnnisbuig, whtie hi;
lias act e pled a position In a lai'0
pi luting olllce.
Piofessoi C. Cole.
Piolinvir t (d ni.-pil VI .',., ui I Hii. -t n.
fdltur ind iiiljintl uf 'si iiik und sluii' "
und i ui.. n ir.i will laumn In tldi nrt nt 1 1 io
xtjtc, clu J on sjtiiiilij jt Mi home (icmi inu'i
nioiiij, Mipeilndiiitd 'i la u, il.o bbt li-tui
Id Uuitli, In ,'jtlni'ii In iiinlle id nut liliu
mil jniiiiil with Hum in thu'l'is. "Viill lanu'
lie " The jroitii was bt-iii In Nils Uiiy
in ls'iO nnd i .imo tu kiu'ilnu to rekld' in !".
He tau.'ld uial nnd lii.-uiiiin ni d iineik iui i
IIiiim und lulu drtuted till wlf ln.il,v lu m I, u
(I lie Inni-ligittlcr. He lueamo nn .iiJml atu
dint c( a.Ntrunuiii and ilimatolosj. lie ltie,utn
ni. ii'i..ralm which h tailed "Ihe I'loiiil'
leo" ai cl ililmrd lint with tide ho was no
i Mill to e Mar aid the othfi duiitl nun
1 1. Inly Hun with Hie n.t poutiful tiliMup-'
Si loiitlU laughed ;t him but ho had a Una
und ton-lstuit hillif in hU lliooilrc .nil h.i I
itiko a (olluwini; who brume h'u1ji .ubsuib rs
lo hli monthly "-Winn and SIkii," whhli
cciilalnoil uiiiliteiiw icaidlui; I hi' viatlir
mul liifciiniattcn r,-ii inline Ih,. pinpn time to
peifonn certain dellc IjihI upon t Ulltf In tho
tlieorj' cf Juitltir,t Inllncntc. 'flm iKceJ,ed U
"iiivlved i a e.lilow and two daui;htei, I'miii
laid lottl" lln' ttinir.il will tuke djip liuin
ll.c liiudlv iiilJ.mi' toii'oiii.u nitrtiicon at
'.,ti o'tloik .m, I h.tcriiitiit will In iiuilo in
I'mly 1'irt coinctei,!.
H.,11.. Wioib, foumiu In the I .nk n,ini i mi.
ililnc sli.M's. dlid nil I'cldiy nlulit ut Ihe I, tin
Menud riIdeliiii of hum llil, Willi wlu.ui be
lln. doit. .Mil ui. SU s'i.U' nli! .mil i Olii,' ti lliu
city (nun ihliauo sunn four iimhtlK uku, II o
liiul.e luc ken hhliipcd lo ( hli i;,i fot Inlir
II, ,lill. Miiuu, Of 101 CiiUou kin 1 1, ,1ml
Saliiidiy altu n llnse-rliir IIIum, 'Hid iltetjked'it
will illnl ahuut kI( i lunlli. ago nnd time then
In hid laaduilly lailc.i until iKmIIi claimed Mi i
Fatunbj. Ilo Is Mtiwud bv nine ihlldrrn as
foll,, Vilhiine, Miillirw, .linns, llumu., IVI.
Hu, llii'lklt, Kitle Sidle atul Mrs, .l,mn'e lied
Ulni.li.li and Mr. I'.r.ilil Noiluu.
Mis. Isaac Gilei.
VI enl has Km ir.iheil in thU tliy n( Hy,
ilfilli nt Vr. I.iao (hler, of Punlllc on 1'iMiy
lu.t. 'Hie dufasiil fuiiueil) lhed in this city and
Look at this!
Every lover of good food should become acquainted
with this design the design found on the ends of the
"In-er-seal Patent Package." The only package that
preserves the freshness and goodness of biscuit, crackers
arid wafer from the baker's oven to the housewife's table.
When jou order Soda, Milk, Graham, Oatmeal and
Batter Thin Biscuit, Ginger Saapo, Vanilla Wafers
i nnd Reception Flakes, always ask for the kind that
. come in the " In-er-seal Patent Package."
The funeral will be licl.l in D.nville this af
ternoon at t o'clock.
l'ugeni' Darrctt, the .Ijftrrild "n at Mr. and
Jlis. .tolm Ham It, ol 040 Jlaplo ttrrct, died
list nlclit of croup.
The (unc-ul ot tlieditc Tatrkk O'Hoio, tf HIC
U;islil union neitiuo, will U'c plaec thU uiotuinf,.
A liiirli lures of requiem will lie celebrated at
St. Paul's chmch at l) o'clock and Intciint-it
will bo nude iu St. Marj' ci-intler.i, Huiinion.
The funrral of Corjioral Henry 1'. Ilirt, who
died In tho Philippines, will be held this morn
init t 10 o'clock. A ici'idcm high inns tll
be relelirated ill St. Paul's church. Interment
velll be made in Cathedial rcmelrry.
The fur.iul of Ml-ii .Trmiie DIkIIii will be lulil
tllx inornlnc; at 1f o'clock. A hi(,h miss of re
HUlim will bo celebrated in St. lVtcr' cathc
dial Inttiment will lie in Cathedral cemetery.
FOB, THE MEN'S OU1XD.
EnteiUlnment Tonight at St. Luke's
What piotnlses to be n very Inteiest-
ing euteitalument will bo given tonight
ut St. Luke's patlsh house, lor tho
benofll of the Men's guild, by Fred
click V. Tinman, who wilt present a
seiio-eomli bulletin, "Oliver Twist,"
In which lie Impersonates the follow
ing tmmoitul chntacteis of Dickens:
Oliver Twist, mi. Humble. Noath Clay
pole, Mi. Huiwnlou, Old Fnglli, .Ml.
ilfhuwlg, lilll Sykts, Judge Fang, Mi.
Villain, Polite Ollleei, Tobv I'lacket.
Jitlloi. Monks. The Aitlul Dodger,
Nancy S.vkes, Rose Mayllc. -Mis. 'oi
ni V Mis IP-dulii, Mis. Miimi. Char
lotte, old Susan.
Miss lu-ne Knnn Piofessoi J. 'Willis
Conant and John Jone will leiuioi
niti-deal selection i. The complete piu
gi limine follows.
Ors;in SUctiun, Vlaieh Wil.e.. .. Pinf toiuut
Vrt l'lul, Olictr lwii Mi. Tiumiii
Solo, The llib.ni.l, by Win II. sjienei..Mi .loins
Vit scci.i.d, ollei i wt Mi. liiunin
soli, M lh ut if The Srnel Voiee," fiom
sjii imiii and llelllal VIUs kirn
Ait rhlid, Oliver Till Mi. liumin
CRITICISM IS MODIFIED.
Judge Edwnids Admits His Remarks
Were Too Geneial.
A fit i healing the protest of the
I.lovd street piopert holders and
making an Investigation on his own
account J lid i,'.' l'dwaids ailinlt" that
the criticism he upplled to that thor
oughfaie und Its pontile, lu passing
sentence iceently on Andiew ilillusky,
was a bit loo g ueral.
The piopcnty holdets In their reprc
sentutlons to the Judge pointed out that
on the two blocks eompilslng I.loyd
stieet theie me seventeen tesldcnt
pi opci ty holdeis and twenty othtr
adults on the stieet who have never
been anested or culled Into tolirt lu
any case, and that theie ate only a
few persons In the two blocks who uto
Judge- lMwuids said, tu modltylng
his former stuteinent:
I hie Instuiiic i-l owe ho i ceiiipauiueli fv,
liwless p.eple will klw n Hioel or a lorillte a
bad name 11 m ins lllll i.lmil li..t u'l-l-li of
i in IiIiiiVs Vlv eiliuit Inwlidm" of It in.
ci.cch about cue Idii lln flit -Miami be '!
leakd that cui.iln lull, lis ill that Mitel lnu
I t tin uiils lui-e or tin last iwibo 'i i
III bUiliieina (.liii-k), i i.iiiltninil I.I ml Mm
tHienilb. Vllu toin- lii'iin an! iieii'tlo'il n
I i.i fulblicd lliil Hill w I- I lll.llkl-. I
li. ..i.t of iK- iisld'iiK of IPs "ircel in liv
dbldlua u.d urulaMtf cilleii u.d ehplore die.
r.mitltlnii or ihlnas icKrn.il l" as lunch as th
cur tvli. I verv lujilllv i scnipt Hum fio.u
Ihe fiitleli.in midi let "eel. I nil pleas d
thai tie Kiuinlltei call. el iin.u nn Thf ,
Miluid to be- ljuicjI ml .ulllalul bv Imliui idle
inntlM- mid I lis v nude a luud nalinunt ot
ih- can nt ami umn. ol iiuiihle cm ihcii tmr.
'I In hae piuiul d lo ..piialc wild tie o,'
isrs' ef the lav. in llitli i tloris ! ninoie the
ti ulii 'lie ioiiiN hue done all liny e.in, but
iiuu nu bem ven ci citt-eii I
PAST COMMANDERS' DEGRLE.
It Was Confened by Giaud Com
lnandoiy of Knights of Malta.
A session ot the Cliund cununaudeiy
of i'eunsylvanla, Aneloiit and Illus
UIous Older Knights of Malta, wus
held in Oucinsey hall on Satuulay
night, when the degree of past com-mundi-i'
was conferred on the follow
Wesley Roberts, "11, Horner S. King,
2J1; James A. Hiubon, 'JJ2. William C.
Vuught, -'; H- 11. iluldi-mun. ".'S; Sld
nej Owens. i."iJ, Rlehaid Robei ts, LTiJ,
tlrlfflth Jones. "21; Hnooli AVllllam',
2jJ; W Ii liaulson, 12: Jumew J.
Thomas, JoJ W. 11. Thomas. 251 j
Alnam (M'kiell, 2J0; V. II. Hrentou,
7S; W. A. l.asli, 2J0; S. Watklns, 2."U,
i'l-ten i!lab, 2S: Heoigo 11. Stephens,
212: F. Davles, 177: Rudolph M.
l.esh, 1 ."..", Cass Moigan, 177; F. II.
Reese, 211, Jonah 1', AYllls, 240. John
M. Ree;.e. 210: W II. Rclliharl, 211;
Sainitel Costlett, 211: Oscar Morgan,
2is, Fied C. Hortz, 211; M. J. Webster,
211: David l.lod, 2tl.
Thet lusiallllig olllcers weio as fol
lows: eliaud Commander. John laolb
singi'i. Hrand fieneiallsslmo, Jacob W.
llogaii, fSiand Captain Geneial David
Davis, ilrund 1'li'la.to Richaid liuclu.lt,
Onind Recoidcr Oeoigo II. Fierce,
Senior Warden W. S. Uaitlutt, Junior
Wuiden Jameti Watklns, fliand Wni
den I 'win R. Joins, Oil und Sentinel D.
W. Johns, Swoid-bjuier H. A. Kvans,
Standuid-bcater John lvuns, First
Ciuaisl Thennas Sanstiubaugh, Second
liiniul Jumes I.yibin,
Aftev ih') bibUlUtluu I'.ut Supiciuc
ukis & nimnu.vpnrt. i-cwto.
A. J. DUFl'V, Manager.
Monday, February 18.
Return Engagement of the Dis
Sarah Cowell Le Moyne
Lelblcr & Co., Manager.
Presentlne Hirrlet 1'ord'n and Iteatnca
rxMHIe'i I'aKcinatlng Comedy Drama,
in the World
Supiorteil by a utrons company of
dramalio urtUU, includina Haloid Ru- -f.
ell, Adelildo 'Iliurtou, John t.lendin- .
nlntr, I'anelion C. Campbell, C'harlea
Stanley, Mii. lilendlunlnir, Walter ""
Thoinij, John Mattheivs, Anni O'Malley, -f.
1 ilwln Jamei, liank Lauder, CornelU ,
"Any man who loe bi mother will
appreciite thU play." V. V. !un. -ft
ritiCEb 'iic.. 50,-., TJe., and $L. 4.
fceaLi on etlc l'rlilay it II a, m, .
ACADEJTY OF HUS1C,
PUIS & UUUtUJNDUR HARRY A. BROWN
Uanigcn and Lessee. Local Manager.
.Mtractbni thl-i re".
.UONPAY, 'It'l.SDAY AND WLUSLSPW.
Carl Hsrvvln and Ids Company present
A LION'S HEART.
ihuusOay, rniDAY and satubday.
Go Wan Go Hohawk,
The I-ilivn Actross In
"THE FLAMING AEBOW."
VUtinee Vrlce lr and Ui ccnU.
laming Piicea 15 23, 33 and 60 cents.
AI.F. G. IIEIIKI.SGTO.V, llanager.
'Diee Daiii Beginning Monday Matinee, Feb. 1
Willi Hi! Hurkc Eros, und "Vl Mlkt."
Fbjs!c!an isd Sareoa
311 Sprjsi St,
ltKp.e tcart Building
U acute and chronic dicaej of men, vtn
ni',n and chUdr,-n. CHHOMel MJtVOCS,
1HVI.V AXD WA-sri.M-1 C1SEASLS A Sl'tC
!ALr. All ii'-!"' ' the Liver. Kidneys
Hladder. fciln. Bo.od. .Servos, Womb. Eye. tar.
Vie. Throat, nd Lun,-, Cancera, Tumor'!,
i'ilts Buplure. Ooltre. UhcumatUm, Asthma,
Catarfh tlleoelc. Ia.t Manhood. Klghtly
mUloiia, all I emale Dneuwt. Leuconhoea. etc..
(.onuonliea. ujphilHj. Blood Poison, Indlsere.
tico mul ycutlilul hablu obliterated, faurgery.
Vit Fpllept-r. T"! 1U1 stomach Wornu. CA.
1 MIRH070M". perihe for Catarrh. Threa
nioiillia" treaiinent onlv V.00. Trul tree ia
ofllee Conaiiltation nod etaralnatlon free. Of.
tice hotn- daily and Sunday, B a. m. U
t'onunandei PIoico oxomplilleil soine or!
the iinvvi Itton iltinillstlc vvoik nnd then
all in ncnt vvoie entertained at u ban
quet .served umlcr tlio direction of .1.
Kt'tie-inl eoiiimitteo leiucsentlns nil tlio
eoinnmndc'ileH In Lacluiwjnnii, county.
r. W. PEARSALL IN THE CITY.
Spoke nt Meetings Yesterday to Itall
10 ad Men nnd Rescue Mission.
Frank V,', Peuisall, assistant secre
tary of Rallioad VounuMen'a Christian
nssoclatlon In Now York city and for
merly RpcicLiry of tho local Railroad
Younii .Men's t'hrlatlan association, re
newed old nuiiuiilntaiicea In this city
nnd addiefted two mec-tlngs yesterday,
one In the afternoon at tho Rallroatl
Youiiff -Men's Christian association
rooms nnd one nt night at the Reacua
At the last named meeting- he reae!
a few veruea from tho eighteenth chap
ter of the Kospel accoidlng to Luki'.
iKricilbini; the iinswer of Christ to tlicl
younh' in.iu who nuked Illm what hrj
Hi 1011 lil do to uu saved: "Go and sell
ull that thou hast und follow me."
In IiIk tilitlu, innetleal nnd heart-ton
henit way Mr. Pent still drew tho lesJ
HiuiH fiom tills text. In theso twe
viouls 'follow me," ho said, were In
cluded nil that was necessary for the
(-nlviUlim of any man's soul. To gri
out In the world nnd do as Christ dlej
was tho simple uilo which every truJ
Chrlstlnn should follow.
Leyds Returns fiom The Hague,
ftrtisiilf. Till. 17.Ilr. TciIa. Ilia Tran.vif
dlnlemutlu aceut. retuined here last eienlnL-1
troui Tho llairue. Ills liasuasre ia.i placed for
a moment lu tin- let Undo of his residence, and!
hhortly allei-wanl It was aaeertalned that thlevca
luil uf rid the home by fnli-e Leys and stolen
a valine- coutainluir diplomatic papers. The po
lite atu lutiutui' tuc matter.
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