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fHE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1901'.
TOUR WELL KNOWN RESIDENTS
PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY.
They Weic Ex-City Assessor H. D.
Jones, Mrs. Edward Hughes, Mrs.
Mary Baker nnd John L. Jones, o
Bellevue Mtss Elizabeth Lloyd
Entertained the- Plymouth Church
Choir Last Evening Another Par
sonage Wedding Shot tor Paia
graphs of Inteiest.
The death tnte In Went s'etiinioii Is
on the Itieieauo and four more well
P.iifvvn lesHoiits wn added to thu
list yesterday. They aie tounei Pity
Assessor Heniy D. Jones, Mis. Mar
gate! Hughes, Mis. Miny IltUei and
John L. Jones.
H. D. .Tones, hotter known n "Pluu
dllly," succumbed to mi uttuik of pneu
monia it I'.Mn o' lock this mottling, af
tor an Illness dating hick to Kilday
last. Deceased was l)oin In Sew cn
tlc. Pa., and was slMy yenis of uge.
In 1SU ho settled iti West Scrautou
and has since resided then. For twenty-five
yens he condurted .1 general
xiore on Jackson stieet, hut during
the past two .veurs was engaged In
i..il estate limine' at his home 011
Xoith Ilydo P.nk avenue.
Ml. Jones va 0110 of the r hn rMi
JuunbCM of the AVest Side him id of
11 id, the Sltii'oen .Mi'thodlit Kplseo
pal church, Hyde P.nk lodge of Mti
sons, the "West Side CVutial Uepubllcuu
club and the rianklln Knglne company.
Ho was active In all of them up lo a
shoit time ago, and tool; a kern Inter
est in public uffnlis
Three sons survive him, namely,
Louis II. "Walter H., nnd Oscar S.
Jones. Thcluner.tl announcement will
be made later.
Mrs. Margaret Hughes -who fell down
a (light of stalls at the home of licr
daughters, Mis. Thomas Phillips, at
21S South Main avenue, last Sunday
evening, died from her Injuries yester
day. She was "1 yeais of age nnd te
sided in West Sci.inton for thirty-live
Her suvivois ate: David K. Hughes,
Mis. Thomas AV. Phillips. William
Hughes, of Kansas: Mis. David lie
land, Mr1?. D.ivld Anthony. af Jackson
llle. Cal , and Mrs. fciaiah A. Tlffanj',
if Trarsah, Pa. The lunrial ss: vices
will he conducted at the housi tomor
i'iw nlternoon at :' o'clock. Inttiment
will te made In the Washburn street
out foe land COLDS
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
Mis. Mary Huker, icllct of th l.tie
William Hnker. and mother of Peter .1.
Haker, the well known Diamond Laud
company's ical estate agent, died last
night at her home. lilO Bromley live
nue, nft.r ti lingering- Illness. She te
sided nl the nboo nddiess for many
yean and was highly lcspected In the
community in which sho lived. The
funeial announcement will be made
John L Joins, of No. 1 Dodge live
nue, n life-long teldent of Melinite
Heights, dleil ycstenluy nftrr a Inlet
illness. He was 4fi yeais of age and Is
muvlvcd by his wife and scvei nlVhll
dren. The funeral set vices will l eon
ducted at the hout-e Sunday a f let noon
at 2 o'llock. Intel ment will be made
III the Stiiill'onl ceiucteiy at Llnioln
Chinch Choir Enteitained.
Miss Kllssnbetli Lloyd, the .lacksou
jkieet modiste, etiterUilned the mem
bers of the Plymouth CoiiKicgntlona!
chtnrh choir last evonliiK at the home
of her slstci. Mis. John T. Walking on
Washbiiin Hit eel. The ent win of
unusual luteiet-t and partlculaily live
ly, uivlnir to tin Kulny of fun-makeis
The orcaslou wa xiibeiiueutlv en
livened by Piof. ,lohn T. Watkluc, who
sans aitltlcallv two ety an-itubli'
Beleetloiis. (llher toatines weie en
joyed, includiiiir sitiRlns, 11 lerltal of
onu 01 .lame Whltcomli Ulloy's poems
by Miss liehsle Oindner, and the seiv
llljr of dellilous eillhlis, under the (II
letlloil of Mr. tinuiet I'llie. asslstnl
bv Mls Llod. Mm. Wal kins. I'm tin
and Kuloie .lone-. Aiij 1'ilie and
Those who enoed the event weie.
Mr. and Mis. A. V.. Ilynon. Mi. and
Mis. Kchaid Owein.. Jlr. and Jlr. .lolin
T. WnlklllS, .Misses ARlies Joseph,
Kdno lJvan, Maiy Phillips, Saiah
HuRhes. May Hvans, Luiini Hughes,
LlUahelh Uuvlri. Jennie Lewis. Mai
Kaiet Hvans, IMIth Ueese, Anna Pi Ice,
Bessie Uardner, Portln Jones, Maiy
Owens, Jennie Price, Mis. tinnier 1'ilie,
Kllzabcth Lloyd, lsadoie Jones
Messrs. William Phillips. Tullle M.
Hvaus, Daniel Jay p.cese. Hllas r.vans.
Oscar Oswald. David Owens anil T. r.
young folks departed to their respect
Those present weie as follows: Misses
Kllzabcth Jones, Ktliel Old, Uivlna
Iasteillc, Hattle Kills, Ovvennle Jones,
Calheilne Hawkins, Pearl Jenkins,
Anna Schull, Jennie HurIics. Hdlth
I,vnns, tivnu Hltzeioth, Uthel Jones,
Alma Davis, Peail Wall, Kloienco
Wnll, Jcnnlo Wall, Maiy Hughes, Liz
zie Hvans; Messis Illmcr Jenkins,
Stiiiilnn ltliiRler, rhester Hughes, Hay
ton JenUhiH, Arthur Ilcese, Chailes
UeiKerholT, lhnbn Hvnns, Albert Hoi
ley, Hairy Wntklns, Haliy Ilcese,
Fiank Jones, Tomuilu HurIics, IMdlo
Wall, John Hughes, Ilumphiey llnid
ley, Tnmmle Phillips, David rhllllps.
Wedded at the Paisonage.
William Pelhllck. of 121 Noith Hv
erett avenue, and .Mis. Nina H. Pick
eiliitf, or ItJl lloblusnii utieet, weie
united In manl.mi nt '-' o'clock yester
day afternoon at the paisonage of the
.liukson Sheet Baptist chttuii on Jack
son sticel, bv the pastor, Hev. Thoniaii
Th toiiple weie ailelided by Miss
Picketing mid Mi. Pethrltk. After the
irienionv the bilde and gloom left on
an "Mended wedding loin. Hoth aiu
well-known In West St tuntoii.
School Tcaclieis, Attention.
I'Iciim' 10.ul our advei ilsemeut oftei
Ing a 1 en in be fni the best iIihuIiil'
I 01 11 cat, 011 unothet page of this papei.
Mi u ir : Hascn
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Club nnd Society Meetings.
The West Side Pential llepubllejii
club met la&t evening-, with Vic Piest
dent C. K. Daniels In the ehali. A
number of minor matteis wcte ills
cussed, but no definite action was
At the mcf tltic of Itoheit Mnuls
lodge of Iv 01 lies-, htld last evening, u
committee was appointed to ainingo
for a social session at the net mi t-ii.g.
Her Fifteenth Biithday.
A surpiise party imis tcndeied Miss
Dei Ilia Wall, In honor of her fifteenth
birthday, at the borne of her nai-ents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wall, of Swetland
frtteet. Oames were played, and Mlsces
Pearl Jenkins and Mary Hughe ic
clted. An enjoyable time -was had by
nil, and at a late hour supper was
served by Mrs. James Wall, assisted
by Mis, Phillips. After supper the
No woman was ever dressed if her
gloves were not just right. We've got
Just Right Gloves
For every woman in Scranton. Gloves
that will fit, and suit the most exact
ing tastes, no matter in which direc
tion your whims may run. All the
Novelties in Gloves
Are shown, while our line of i-But-ton
Walking Gloves, with out seams,
includes every shade to match, in
contrast with the latest dress fabrics
Staple Kid Glove Styles
p- Of course from the workshops of the
best makers the world over. Get a
hint or two from the wonderful display.
Local union. No. 017 fulled Mine
WoiUets of Ameile.i, In Id a ilicetlng
in t'o-opeiatlve hall lust evening and
11 stiimj; aiiii.sttlke scullmcnl was u
ness(iii liv a luiiuber of niembeis.
Model Id; Junes, ol South Suinnei
nviiitte. Is 11 polled to be seilously 111
at his home fiom an attack of piieu
Willie P.ec-e, nn tiiiilno of The
Tillniiie pi ess 100111, had his hniid
squeeztd while feeding the piess
NORTH SCRANTON NOTES.
Geoige Elllb Fax, Humoiist and Bai
lltone. Delighted a Large Audi
ence at the Auditoiiuni.
fieoigo Kills r.iv, one of Ann ilia's
fnviiilte humoiists and ba'ltone.s. en
teii.iined a lingo number of people at
the nuilltoi ,11111 last evening.
Ml. Kuk Is a veiy clever ontei tulner
In every seii(., and the people who
weie pitsoni at his eiHeitalninent c
irrlentcd a thoiougli Heat.
Mi. Vnx Is one or the lluest bail
tone singeis fVer heaul In this see
Hon of the elty nnd his woik last night
lecelved ninny heaity em. 01 cm. As a
l.utiioiHt, Mr. Pa kept his audience In
a tontlnutius upioir. lie 1 loseil his
cntertnliiiiunt by a Scotch dialect se
lection, which was 0110 of the cholit
bit- of the night.
Mi and Mrs. O. P. Dinke, of North
Main avenue, entertained a numbci of
friends Wcdmdn night. Gaines of
ailous pons and dunclni; were In
dulged In until .1 late hour, when ie
ftcshments were jcivtd,
Those inesent were: Jls0S p0j
Moigau, Cora Mnishall. t'nssle Mor
gan, Delia Login, .Maiy O'Neill and
Maud Dinger, Mrs A J. Mmons, Mis.
W. Smith. Mr. and Mr T. Henshaw.
Mi and Mi.s. Molten, Mi. nnd Mrs.
Purser, Mr. and Ml.'. J AVnrnder;
Mtssix. William Hughes, James llcn
shaw, Amos llond, James Petguson.
John Carter. Wllllaia Tule und Mi. nnd
Mis. O. I. Dtake.
Made Stnte Oiganizer.
c. W. Datei, of Xay Aug avenue.
Mate piesldent of the Intel national
Association of Ktatlonaiy riiemcn. has
lecelved, dining the week-, papers fiom
the national hcndquniters In Chicago
making' him stnte oiganbei, which
pci mils him to oiganlse locals all over
the state of Pentifylvnnla.
Mi. Daster will In gin at once ti.ivel
Ing Ihiough the Mute, crl iblishlug lo
cals In different places. He will go to
Haiilsburg dining the fore part of
liet week In the Inteiest of the flic
men. to piomoie the bill llcem-Jug all
stationary flienien. nnd attend to other
nffalr.s In that city for the firemen.
School Tencheis, Attention.
I'lense read our advei tlscment offer
ing n V 01) pri.e for the best dinwlng
ot a cat, on another page ol this paper.
Meats vi H.igcn.
Nubs of News.
Mls Ciua (Siinin, Hie well known
el icutlonl'-t. is niinnging a piogrnmme
foi mi t ntcitalnmcnt, wlilih will Ie
iciideied Apill S, at the I'niltnn (m
Riehiitluual 1 lunch, on West Market
l.ovci.s of puiliy. Os-leihout hall
Mis. ti. A. Cine, of the Piovideiitc
Methodist Episcopal paisonage, en
terialned her Sunday school class Inst
Mrs. Samuel N. Hvans, of l.egutts
sticel, Is seilously III.
Mis. Chailes A. Peiiy, of Not Hi
Main avenue. It, lccoveilng liom n
I.uveis of fobilety. 0..(eihoiit hall
The funeial of Mis. IMu.inl It.
Jones, of Ilcese stieol, who died AWtl
nesday atteipoon at I o'clock, nflcr a
la lof Illness of pneumonia, will take
place lomoiiow afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
Inteiment will be made nt the Wush
bum stieet ceini teiy.
The cantata. ' O111 t'lag." by Hfint,
will be lehc'iiiscil Ibis evening by Iho
eholi of tilt Mctnotlal Daptlst uhutill.
'I he soldleis and fainnr bos will be
picsent; also the oiehestia. All mem
lieu aie epccted to be piei-eiit.
Loveis of couuto. (Met limit hall
J J. Owen. Ji . a siudent at lluck
nell ur.lveislt.v, 1 etui ned home A'1
ncsday evening toi a nhnit vacation.
Miss Mui Piotheioe Davles. a stu
cient of the j-onloi .Huh at Paiuknell
uulveislt. In at the homo of hei par
ents on b'uinmli avenue, for a snoit
CAUGHT ;UNDER TALL.
Mai tin PldzlnsKl. ut 13 Ulock stieet,
vviis 1. night under a fall of juof at the
Dodgo Milne jcsteiday and sustained 11
fiactuied light leg nnd slight giislieh
in the head. He was tuken to the
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
SOME FOOLISH PEOPLE
Alton n cuiikIi lo urn mall It gel brjuiul t tie
irach o( tiiMltilni. 1 l.e oltcn j, ' oli. It will
wear unij," but in iirn-t 11,1-1 t ,i Wl.jr
llicni imi). Could tlicy bo linluir.l In (ij 11,0
nictivlul niidiriiic tailed Kcinp'j lljUain, wlikli
li kiM I'll u ikwIIImi (.luianlri to inn-, llioy
weiild IniiurilUlrly c the rvtalKnt ffli'it nftrr
tal.lne llii Hut ilon Price 2. Hid oi, irj
tUc lice. At all tliui'slits. I
, MANY STORES COMBINED.
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
A Brilliant Array of Tempting Bargains at Our Great
FRIDAY AFTERNOON HOURLY SALES
A t)0S HOT MtneaH
1 CREASE THjt SHAMS! H
C?A X vl
rr " for both
Sale No. 1 at 2 O'clock.
In the Uasement
The enthusiasm genei tiled dining iho flist
sale In the basement continues unabated
throughout the entire afternoon. Could it be
otheivvlse with such an ait ay of needed ar-tlcle-s
to choose fiom?
HOLDllil U no
doubt the only cor.
rect sham holder on
the market. Ths
soft natural diape
to the shape of the
pillows Is letalned,
necatise there aie
no wlies or frames
to bij over the Pll-
-OODmoMETALBEDS ls The legular
pllce Is nOe Hy way
ot introduction will ei on Ktlilnj.
for one houi
10 Ql'MJT TIN lllti:AU llAISniih-.Mnde
of heavy tin with ventilated covets O,-.
Pililay foi one hunt XjC
A LAIlOi: P.OTAItA' Kl.OI'li SIlTlIlt
Made of hea blight tin and sn icgu
lail.v at 10e.. on sale 1'ilthiy atleiuooii r
for one hour at C
THU HP.ST QtULlTV Of CKD.Mt
CLOTHL.S PINS-On mile 1'ilday af- j
tuiiinnii tor one hour at tin lor OC
.STNDAUD SUCH CLOTHL'S lJASKi:T
Mads of Impotted vlllow', woith tlouble
the Irlday pi lie on pale lor
ltOl'ND YHLI.OW NAPPII1S. ol to be
mote explicit, A'ellow Making Dishes, size
1V Inches. On sale Prlilav after- j
noon at 4C
m:t.L BP.A.ND SOAP-Thc mntlon of the
name plus the lact that we will sell H bins
jot iic. will be sutlli lent to keep us busy
during the hour. Poi the benefit of thon
not familiar with the biand. It Is a wiap.
per soap, full weight HVj oz. bar: It Is niadi
fiom the best nialetlals known to th tuule
and Is the most economical soap for till kinds
of pin poses. Kegulnr pi Ice, :.c. i,u Pri-
day atleiuooii foi one hour
Jonas Long's Sons
A combination sale of Hoys' Clothing. You
aie probably kept busy trying1 to kesp the
boy nicely clothed. AVIll spend one hour In
trying to help you solve the problem on Prl
day. Uoj.V Knee Pauls, Waists and Blouses
Tilt: WAISTS ate made of tlno quality of
poicalc, plaited back und front, three styles
of collaiFi, and twenty beautiful patterns to
select form! sizes ." to 12 ycais.
Till: flLOl'SHS aie made of line ciuallty
petcale, have lingo sailor coll.iis; sizes from
.I to VI years.
Till: KNHi: PANTS ate made of heavy
wool cheviot, all taped seuius und well made,
with good heavy duck waist bands; sles o
to II yeais.
On Piid.i.v foi on" hour In the following
combination: Pants and Waist, 4LV. 01
Pants and Hlouse, 1J; making a a -
line suit for "TXt
TOIICHON LACLM The slt minutes
tloii't last long enough when we have these.
laic sales. Fine vailety of patterns tanging
width from 2 to I Inches: legulnr values
,.i to 10c. mil. On Kilday for
Combination No ; Sd-lnch Htra Heavy
Wool rileii a splendid cloth foi Walking
Skills or Tuilur-niadu Hulls. The colois uio
blue, blown and giey. Itegtilir value, 3li.
:6-lnch Hcotch All-Wool Neat checks and
Plaids suitable fot ihlldicn's xchool iliesse"
111 a gonil comlilliatlon of colm lugs. Hcgulai
vnlui "'ie. .viml On Pilila.v foi olio houi
VOUI l hull e ii either foi the r-ym
Coiiibliiatlon No. B A slim t stoiy but In
tiie-tlug. .'.iKID Stand Covers, Mnieilles
patterns, 1N70; I'.uieau Covc-In M.llsellles
I atteins both aie bltmhcd and have line
u Inge. K'gul.ir pi Ice Is .'"i On
Kilda for one houi, each . .
LACK t'l'liTAlNS in white oi eiiu ovti
loek stlti h. or to be a little plalnei biltlon
hole slltih eiUe with white pol and pair
of loop On I'Vida.v foi on pa
houi. pilr ... OVC
Sale No. 3 at 4 O'clock.
On Haln Floor
MADUAS DUCSS C.lNilHA.IS-nO inches
wide, In all the new checks, ntilpes nnd
plaids: ground work In white, blue, ox blood
and pinks, especially adapted for alt uses to
which a fine diess gingham can be put.
UcKUIar 10c. ciuallty. On Kilday foi .
Many Stores Combined
LADIL'S ItlHBi:i A'LSTS Medium
weight, cieam colored, with long sleeves, Just
the thlnt; for wear between winter and sum
mcr weights; buy a case and ou can't get
them cheaper than we'll sell them on
Krlday af let noon for one hour,
each 1 IC
CHILDltHN'S SI IOLS Made of fine don
iola. kid, hand tinned, wedge heels, button
or lace, kid or patent leather tips; sizes three
to sl. On sale for one hour Krlday a g
afternoon, at the pair 4DC
INFANTS' I.ONC. SLIPS-In line long
cloth. French stvle, galheied at neck and
sleeve nnd embroidered yoke,
day afternoon for one hour....
INFANTS' SILK H.MHKOIDnilP.D CAPS
In nil sizes; for one hour on Pilduy
INFANTS' PltiriTY LITTl.H SACQUKS
In pink, blue and cieam, stitched wide
silk: for one hour Friday af- y j
HOVS' SPITS Double bicnstecl. 0 to 15
yais. Wstie suits, 3 to S yeais. Made of
sii Icily all wool cheviot in ilftecn beautiful
patterns. Th" suits are lined and trimmed
thioughout; the pants have excelsior elastic
waist band and llu veMs aie double bieast-
cd. bought to sell at JJ.r.O. On
Prlday nftei noon fot one houi . .
ItOC'KLUS A pailor locker In oak or ma
hogany Mulsh cobbler or Middle seats, double
tall backs, sevi n spindle Inset Hon, heavy
trout posts and nun tops, in fact an excep
tional offcilng of high class rock- "7(r
ci-. 1 'or one hour Ft May 1. O
Innac I nnrv'c Qahc
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
The sixth of the .seiies of endue con
tests was played last evening at Phui
macy hall between the Columbus and
John Hovie O'Kellly councils, Y, JI. I ,
and pioved a very Inteiestlng game.
A largo number of nienibjis of both
societies and delegations fiom other
councils piesent at the Mulshing of the
The Columbus'council had a total of
117 points to 1IJ scoied by the John
Bo.vle O'lleilly men. The plaveis, of
the Columbus council team weie as
follows: Patiiik Moran. captain. W.
P. Oonahoe. Mai tin Cannon. William
Cook. AA'llllani Mooie, George Hurns,
James Kennedy, James Mohan Pat
lick llenton nnd Thonns Ilohun. John
Lole O'ltcllly connell: T II. Mullen,
captain, John Hayes. John Buike. 1M
waul Monls, P J. tillleoglj. John
lioilgers. Tom llafter Thomas S. Con
ner. Thomas Moran and Walter Toole.
The tiophy of the contest H u beau
tiful hllk ting fp'.'M,!) Inches, a hambonie
emblem ot the national colois.
After the game an entdiialument was
held, at which an addicss of welmine
was ilellveied bv M J Hums, a solo
was sung bv cimrge McAvov, leniaiks
mndu by John llodgeis. a solo bv Tim-,
llnhnn, iciltatloii bv Joseph Mm Ion,
solos by Oeoig Hums nnd David Kel
ly, icni.uks bv Thomas .Mullen and
whistling solo bv Ldwanl Mouls, aim
VNcie most enjoyable featuus. The at".
fair was In chaige of the foil iw lug
coiuinlitec: Chalim.in T J Ilaudlo:
M. J. minis. T J. Tolan, P .1 Mm an
Maitl.i Lav elle and David ItMllv. I'll
releiee of the game vas John P. llod
geis, Hi. st giand vlce-piislileiu of
Pennsylvania juilsdlctlnn of the Young
Men's Institute. Ilefiehhincnts weic
set ved after the game.
The Lo.valty club of th' A'oung Wo
men's Chilstlnn nssocl.itlon will glvo
a social aftet llielr luccllng this even
lug at their looms on Cellar avenue
The Young People's Choial union of
the Hlekoiv Stieet Pr"-sb tcilan chili eh
will hold a conceit on Tuesila even
ing, Apt II -3 at the chinch.
The members of Oenei.il f5ia.it com
inaiidery, No. L'30. Knights of Malta,
will meet In legular session this evtn
Ing at S o'clock ut Haitman's halt
Lenlen sei vices will be held 111 St.
Mniy's, St. John's and SI Stanislaus'
chinch this evening.
The niembeis of the Church of I'eaio
ate making pivp.uatluns tor then com
ing fair, which will open on Luster
Monday night, Apill S, at OermanU
At the legular meeting of I.ncka
wanna camp, No, ,S"l", Modem AYood
nic'ii of Ameilra, last evening, held in
Haitman's hall, live candidates weie
inltlutetl and ten applications weie ie
celved, llianch No. S717 was oiganlzed
lust October Its membership hns been
glowing steadily under the endeavois
of tin orguulzeis, and It has now toity
School Teachers, Attention.
Please toad our udvei tUement ottei
Ins u $2.00 pi Uo for the best drawing
of u cat, on anothei page of this paper.
Meais & Hugen,
An Inteiestlns suit was tiled last
evening before Aldeinian llalley. Haary
DcPuw In ought bult against Lawyers
Oni dner, O'UojIo und AYatklns to ie
cover $10 f i oni each, which amount ho
claims as lielng In excess of the legal
fees they weto Justly entitled to as ur
bltiutois. Lawyer Shuitlclf uigiietl the
case foi the plaintiff, and Attorney
Carpenter lor the defendant.', Tho al
derman leserved his decision until
Monday niotnlng at fi o'clock.
llciitileo Uebekah lodge, No, 70, will
celobrnto Us Uflh anniversary this
evening lu Mdbonlu lull, Dickson ave
nue. An Intel Mln,; entcitiilninent has
hern aitangcil, to be followed bj re
fieslnnents. An invitation has been ex
tended to the niembeis o lire'eti ltltlge'
lodge, Indepenili nt Oidei of Odd Fel
lows, and their wives to be piesent
The lollowlngoljlieis weie nominated
last evening bv (S'iciii llldge lodge. In
dependent Oidei of odd Fellow a: Nobl
giand. M. J. Kemp, v bc-grand S. H.
Add.vinnn, secretin y. F.S. olvcr. tnas
uier. Chailes P. Jones, u us tees, O L.
t'olvln. Fiank Dean
Mis. S P Hull, of Sandei'-on ave
nue, enteitained at luiiili vestudiiy 111
honoi of tclatlvcs whA u,i vtsUliiar lu
the i It.v
Miss Miillonl ot I'nadllla. N Y Is
vlsltlnir at tin home ol I). AV Si Nm,
on SandeiMin avenue.
l. H Slut ges will give a lei tine in
the t'apiiuse mission idiapel this ( veil
ing on his navels In China.
Miss Isabella .louts, of Monse.v ave
nue, c lllei taint d the 1". 'I'. P. i lull es
I'lldi i the .uispii i s ol lh L.ulli s' Aid
soclity ot the iJteen llldge Piesliy
tei Ian chinch, an enteitiiliinient will he
Klven lu theeliiiiih pailins on Filclay
evening, Munh si. by the K.ulli boy
School Tcacheis, Attention.
Please lead our advei lsi nHnt olfu
lug a sjoo pil.e foi the bisi diawlng
ol a i at, on nnotln i pag, of this paper.
' Meillh .1 Hugell
13-YEAK-OL1) GIRL THIEr.
She AVas Committed to the County
A null Jones, a 1 '-.veil -old gii living
III Piovldeliec. was couilllltted to the
itiiinlv Jail by Aldeimau Allllai jester,
dav In default of $!w bail, foi hiiciny.
About n week ago Annie enteied up
on her duties us ca.di girl with tin
Ci inner & Wells company, on Wyo
ming avenue, nnd dining that time a
liiuntltv of ilbbons and like at tlcles
wen missed Annie was suspected ot
the 1 1 line, and, when an used, did not
Hi r mother appealed in the uldei.
man's eouit and said the gill was In
corilglhle and that she could do until,
lug with hei.
BACK AVAS BROKEN.
Qiiinu. Louis Ldwuid, Ailhur and
Italph (ioldsnillh Oustnve Uresi hei.
I lei beit Levy and lierlram Sanilci.
OrriCERS OF THE UNION.
Chosen at a Meeting Which Was
Held Last Night.
At the monthly meeting of the Men's
fi in of c.teeti llldge held last night,
the senil-unnuiil election ot ollleers was
held, the majoilty of officials chosen
being ic-eleeted, A discussion on the
"llppei" bill was to be one or th- fcat
tnes of the night, but the tiaus.iction
uf tontine business took up so much
time that the debate had to be post
poned The ofllieis lei ted wte Piesl
dent, lt'v I. J. Lansing, vhe.piesl
dent. A. t! Thomason, secictaiy, iu
ly Kinsley, tieasuier. A. M Fine, exe
i utlve commlttv, C S. Woodrutt. V. S.
Pralt. A C I'ullei, , I. I), Williams and
ti. H ciaidiiet Piesident Lansing' was
tlie onlyofllcer unopposed. Then vere
twelve candidates foi the esei utlve
In the abseiue of Piesident Lansing
and A'li ''-Piesident Davidson last
night's meeting was piesldcd over by
Piofessor F. M. l.ooinls, who was
elected thnlimiill A eoiniuuiilcatloiv
fiom the absent t hall man was i -nil,
in which he icfeired In glowing teims
to tile work done by the Municipal
league and urged a hearty co-npctatlon
on the pail oi the Men's union. He
nig d In paitlctlliir that the league do
lis shale bj paying the expenses of
Agent lloheit Wilson, of llie league
After nun It discussion n resolution
was adopted which stated thai It was
the sense of the memb'rs of the union
piesent tlint Iii0 a month should be
contributed fin a ear tow.nds the
del i a lug of his expenses nnd us s il
aiy to Mr. Wilson, and n commending
that the union's executive committee
take ptompt action on the mattei.
Dmlng the meeting two Hue bass solos
wer sung by Philip AVniten.
FUNERAL OF MRS. AVILLIAMS.
I YCEUH THEATRE
- nns .t nt'nnt'Nnnit. lkci
A J. lit 11 V. JJuu.cx
OM XK.II1 OMV.
Tucsflay, Marili '2,
The gunk-t Miielid nrcmlulion In th wtrM,
J 11 HAM,niA's
VI I Ndnkfillli Sf,lr i inner llriddl by tlio
rfccgnlriil Iraillii,' inimtrcl of tin nnhtfe
I. I.OIK.I W.illi:
Ml lirljlit 1 1 tiiinc J'rlrm, 2, ctnU In
s t.iIh on .ile sjliinlrtV it 0 ii in
ACADEHY OF HUSIC,
REIS.BU0UN0nR MARRY A. BROW.N
Manigeu and lmetf. Local llinijfr.
i.i nii win pvin MMiNnt't,
May Fiske Co
In Ilfjuil ir Pirwntlns
tui!ili iMinnj , 'Tortj Vini."
Trlilji Mrnini; ' n Vmrrlian Prim."
Mliinlu l.inniirf "VMIil ol flip .Villi,"
Biakemnn AVainer Fell from Moving
Box Car to Ground.
(,'eoige AYniner, who bo.uds at the
Si. Cloud hotel a luakeman on the
Luclutwannii rallinad, was fatally In
jured eaily yesteidaj niomlng on the
load near Ooultlslioio.
Warner was walking on the top of
the box car tow-aids the caboose when
ho fell from the cni tu the Ktountl, Ho
was picked up by jellow woikmen and
removed to the Moses Taylor hospital,
wheie It was. found that his skull was
fractuietl and that his baek was
broken. Ho cannot iciovei
ENJOYABLE BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Given at the Homo of Mr. and Mis.
V Josoph Levy.
The tenth biithday ol Adele, the
ouns daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo
seph Levy, was celebrated ut tr.o homo
of her patents on A'ine stieet esterdny
nttcrnoon by u eiy enjoyable patty,
ut which a Uuco number of clilldicn
(James weio pluyed ami Misi Neiu
Currnu, at tlio piano, rcndcied enliv
ening danco miiblc. Tho table decora
tions wero pink, as weie also the oih'.'r
uccebsoi les to the nlfnli.
The children piesent weie: Helen
Allen, Lisa Roos, Stella Phillips, Heitha
AVelngnit. Evelyn Kanitei, Cellu Hindi-
Hold. Hdtia Landau, Hdlth Heatdsley,
Helen Evciett, and Masteis Melt
Sei vices Were Conducted by Rev.
C. M. Giffln, D. D.
The funeial of Mis. Clementine AVI11
lams, wife of Iter. W. II. AVIllUins,
tho Anti-Saloon league supetlnteutlent,
took place ycstcnlay afternoon at 3
o'clock from tho icsldence of Ocoige
Hull, 711 Adams avenue. The services,
weio conducted by Jtev. chailes M,
GHUn, D. D of the Him Patk chinch.
Among the miny floral offeilngs was
a handsome bouquet fiom the Ladles'
Aid society of tho Kim Park chuich.
Miss Daisy Bell Hall sang, at the ic
quest of Mrs. Williams, "Heaven Is
My Homo" and "I Shall Know Him."
Mr. AYIIIIams lecelved many lettcis of
condolence liom the mlnlsteis and
ft lends throughout tho valle. The In
teiment was iiiado In the Dttnmoio
Ceieinony Perfoimed by the Rev.
Louis Mlpp and Miss Katie Falk
were mauled ut the cierman Lutheiuu
paisonage, by Rev. Ph. Klzelmanti, last
evening at 8 o'clock, In the presence of
ti few ti lends and lelatlves of the con
tracting pat ties.
Mr. Stlpp Is general tttieman for his
brother, Mathlas Stlpp, the contraetoi,
und Is well und favorably known
MOUIVV, riKsIV Ml Ml IIM.MMA,
AVILLS BROTHERS' COMEDY CO.
In I .ie e t nmiil
wanna louiid-house nnd his mind hat
bein alii eled evu since, ills case Is
not a violent one and then is a pos
sibility that treatment will n-stoic his
nason He hus a. wife mid seven chil
dren. Hefoie being taken in charge by
the police, he tiled to Injuic himself.
Mb lined Mc.Maiuis, the eject! lelan,
who was limled fiom a ten-toot ladder
on his head to the .sidewalk while put
ting lu an aie light In fionl of a stmo
In the Coal Hxehange building AVeel-
m.wriiiv. w.is lestlllir soinevcli.it: enslet.
at the LacwaUanna hospital jestcrda.
lie coniinucs sciui-cohsciouk una u is
feared that he has concussion ot thu
BREAKER BOY'S FALL.
Matthew Selllner. of -13 Block stret,
felt fiom the Diamond breaker ester
day to the ground, two storlca below,
but luckily escaped with no other Iti
juiie.s than a In ills, d right shoulder
and a cut and bruised he id, nllhough
li was knocked unconscious. He was
tuken to the Mosei Taylor hespltul
Ilj l.vilu-oc Wire frOM h Aor Uteri rrj
Wjtlih (.'ton, VUnli -I Vfajor fii'nrral m
dlili'i ttutii INJna that there wero no ilfjthj
la In mini'id lioiu .vUlch 10 tr Miuh C9
CAAVLEY IS INSANE.
Thomas Cawley, uf .Ml Fouith siteet.
was locked up at police headquarters
yesteidny moinlng ns Insane picpara
toiy to being tuken to the asylum.
About four months ago Cawley was
Injuicd on the head at the Lacku-
F. H. Foidham.
V II taullum, ol Montrojc. liW at J 51
0 luck .vut-rdjy altcrnom at the borne ol hu
djujrljtci, !li. 11 M. Cnf, of CapouM avetiur.
11c mjs .i-jed 71 )c'r ""1 H moctlu. Tli
line ot the lunrial his not ft )esn de-ridr-it
1 pun InUnnti.t will I'C niadi jt Mvritunr
Juorpli lliadli), an old toldler, ulm nu at.
liiittcrl to tlio IlllWde Home liom iho Provl.
ilenco jiollce tatlua on MjicIi 17, unfit ling front
r-vlijiMlou and eld use dliil at the tnctltutlon
'Ilminas l.jehi.i, uged 0" Mini, died at llu
llilbidt llonii l.ul. nlrjbt at I) u'cloik II
tas admlttiit to Ilia lioino In Ai.uu.t, '.Oil, 11
It tuppesiil to have (lie mis en the South bids
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