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THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, MARCM-I 28, 1901'.
ALDERMAN OWEN D. JOHN
FIRST IN THE FIELD.
Petition Now Being Circulated Urg
ing Recorder Molr to Favor Him In
the Appointment West Side Cen
tral Republican Chili Patrick Mc
Nnlly Committed In Default of
Hull Doy Injuted In a Peculiar
Manner Knife- Lodged In His Leg.
Other News Notes and Personals.
I'mler thf sot mid elm's iity c baiter
West Sctiiutou ! entitled to u police
mnglsiiati. Tints fur onlj one nppll
I'Hiit has made known publlciv his iih
liliatlonv. He is Alderman nwen .
John, of the I'muilr vvn'd.
Ills "IIIco is doe li Mil n.illri' ma
i Inn mid he In Mil- oldest magistrate
In lailni of N-ivIi'i' In West Scianton.
A petition l m being t Initialed In
West Side Republican Club.
Tli ui cr" of tli'1 i or out open meet
ing ol Mu VV.-vi Side (Viitrut Uepubll-
mi lull, when lion. Thomas II. Dab
iiKr mi Tin' Slilti Subsidy Mill." tins
Mi ounigod ill" I'oniinllti'i' lo lutthcr
iiT.wijp lor .ifl'iilis of Mil" kind. In
nil pioh.ihlliiv n iIIhi'iimmIiiii or debate
will I).' In hi nt tin' Apt II is uniting.
Tin- Milj"i! ami Mif speakers lute
noi -i been si'li't ti'il. lint will d" .111
i iiitin i il In ilm time. A meeting of Mif
I'lilUllllltee will lie held ill the dub
-nine time lii the near fill tit to nr
lullge the details.
Tlllle Is II gellelul llelllallll I'lOlll tile
niciiibois tor ii talk on the i Inner hill
and seeond i luss ilty affnli.s hy City
Solli Itof Vushlirg. l!"i'Hlder .Mull or
Minn nil" e'.e who Is I'aliiill.n with
Patilck McNally Committed.
I'.ililek Alt .Willy, of Ilatiil plaee, who
wits attested lute Tuesday night by
I'.itlfillllilll Kl.ill 1'eteis, while III the
int of simiing t hh kens, ami who was
.hut hy the otllni, w .in given ii hear
ing hefnif Aldellii.in .I.ims ened.iy
limnilng, anil In detiuilt of $L'0i) li.Ul
av eoinmllliil lo the eonnly Jail.
.lohn Mc.Yully. h hiother of I'.iddy.
In i. .me engaged In an alleitJitloii with
a fellow named .lohu pa vis, over (he
-liiKitluK-. and a fight resulted. In
wlileh i 'unstable John Lain e, I "win
.ii Inn iah and Patrolman Tom Kvnnn
i nine togcthci. I'atioliuati I'elers ii!m
look ii luinil .iml McXnllv and Davis
out for i ana lulu
DUFOUR'S FRENCH TAR.
This Is Not
A Fire Sale
It is merely an extraordinary bargain opportunity
that will continue for a few days in order that wc
may get rid of the goods damaged by water during
the progress of the recent fire in Williams & McAn
ulty's store. The loss has been satisfactorily ad
justed by the insurance companies, and the damaged
wares go ou sale today at S. a. m.
Wc are anxious to make this sale as short as
possible, It comes at the wrong time aud interferes
with our regular season's trade. Consequently, all
goo'ls offered will go at
"Throw4way" Prices Today
The Damaged Goods Include
Laces, Trimmings, Handkerchiefs,
All-Over Tuckings, Art Goods,
jarns, Corsets, Wash Dresses,
jYlisses' and Children's Coats,
Eadies Dressing Sacques and
Wrappers, Down Pillows,
As well as many other odds and cuds from other de
partments, The value of the good damaged by
water amounts to about $15,000 in all. We'll let this
lot go for a fraction ol that sum, however, iu order
. to get an immediate clearauce.
Saie Begins This Morning at 8 O'clock
vvete each lined $? and committed
Knife LodgedMn Boy's Leg.
A number of boyH vveit tormenting
rutilck Kinney .eterdny. while his
was engaged at work In Wilson's
butcher Mhcip on Wnidibiirn street, and
when their louduct became reprehen
sible, Kinney picked up a. butcher knlfo
and threw II Into the crowd. Tim
blade lodged in the leg of Oooigo
Woodyuttt, a lud icsldiug on Four
An ii(,ly fleHi wound resulted, and
after Dr. Hcach had put several stitch
es Intci (he Ilesh, a warrant was sworn
out for Kinney's arrest. He was ar
raigned before Alilcrman Pavies and
nuked to furnish $300 hall. In default
of which In- was lemitudcd to the stir
lion house for (ho nkht.
Deferred Morringe Notice.
It has Just been learned thai Lewis
Williams, of L'ICT Uriel; nvenue. Ninth
Seranlon, and .Miss Casslc PjivK of
1-1 South (laiilcld avenue, were united
in iiiHiiUgt on Jaiiu.ny II by Alder
man I., '"i.vies.
The v.eddll.f; has been kept a seciel
foi fr.ir.11y rcifeiiH until now ami Mils
announcement will no doubt cause
much Miiptlsc. The bride Is the daugh
ter jf llr. and .Mis. John Davis anil
is a veil Known and popular young
.Vlderm.i i Davles had linen weddlug.s
slnco the tltsl of the year. They 01
( lined on .Ian. II. Feb. I J anil .Man h II.
Tlii iipM Is nxpei'leil .ibotil the middle
.I Apt II.
GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
JSew .1 Telleuli. D. D.. superlnleiid
ent of foreign missionary woik of thu
K'lieral council of the Luthcian church,
will pleach In St. .Mark's Lutheran
chutou on Friday evening nt 7.11
o'clock. The subject of Dr. Telleen's
discourse will be "Foreign Missions."
('Luke Hrotheis nie making elabor
ate pieparatlons for their annual
spiin;; op nliiB.
A sou was luirn on Tuesday to Mr.
and Mi. (.renrgf Davis, of South Me
bece.i avenue. ,
The Young Ladles' auvillar.v of the
SlmpMin Methodist Kpiscop.tl cliuuli
will meet on Saturday evening. Instead
of Friday, at the home of Miss Itachel
1'i'ck, 11 lei stieet and llehci.cn avenue.
MKs A'iriii i ainbert, of Lafayette
street, eiiiertalned friends nt a sitr-
pilse pai'y on Monday evening.
Merchant William Hruulug, of North
Main avenue, has puicliaed a new
team of browns. They were sel"cted
by Dr. Sutton and are well mated.
Class No. 11, of the Hamilton Street
Methodist Kpiscopal (.liureh will inn
dint a poverty social and entertain
ment In Mi" let Hue loom next Monday
An Ice iieani so. l.il will be held at
the home of Mrs. James 1'. Harris, .W
Kvans court, from ;! to 10 p. in. today.
Cake and cream will be served. The
proceeds will be given to the Second
lrsbyterlan i liureh nilshlou on West
The building committee of Camp No.
ITS. Patriotic Order Sons or AuiMlci.
met last evening and discussed Miu
heating nppllnncpH to be used In their
new building on North Alain nvenue.
The woniVn'H clans will meet In the
.Simpson Methodlist Kplscopal iliurcii
Aldeim.iu Davles placed n splendid
picture of the 'mean-going steamer
Oceanic In Ills olllcu yesterday.
The Sunday school of the Fourth
Ward Hatlst mission will conduct u
lO-cnt lea ami ffrolce social on Knslei'
.Monday evening at their building on
North riarllold avenue.
James Treatlng.einployod ns alahoiei'
In the t'ontlneutal mine, had his Ipr
broken and back Injured hy a fall of
coal while nt work yesterday.
The blue boxes for the benefit of the
iiiipsuii .McMiodlst Kplsropal church
will Ik collected ut n meeting lo he
held In the rhtiich Mils evening, when
an ela borate programme will be ren
dered. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.
V K. Johns, Mic Main nvenue shoo
met chant, went lo New York yester
day on a purchasing trip.
T. Owen (-liailes, of Tripp I'.itk, vis-It-'d
friends In Stroudsburg yesterday.
.Miss Kale Conner, of l'.lterson. N.
J., who has been visiting Dr. and Mrs.
W. J. ii. Davis, nf North Main avenue,
leturncd home eslerdny.
Dr. It. S. .Sutton, the vetcilnafy
leturned home from a week's stay
his father, Dr. I. "!. .Sutton, of
l.inreton, who has been very 111.
Changes in Legislation Which Will
Effect the Borough Tonight's
Lectin e in M. E. Church.
A bill was llllioiluced In Mie liollso
of repipsent.ulves at Jlurrlshurg yes
terday by Mepref-cntatlves James that
will, If passed, niter the conditions here
Tlie hill provides for the appointment'
by the court of two couiuilm 'ii
nnd two school dliretorn from emu
ward to serve In conjunction with those
already elect ?d until March, 10u2.
It also provides that hereafter these
two olllces shall be tilled by wuul elec
tions, as Is now the case In other bor
oughs throughout Mil.' state not wink
ing under special art, as Dunnmri 1 at
Kaih ward is to be represented by two
counellmen and two schools illrcelors,
who are to lie elected for a term of two
Tonight's Lectin e.
Tonight ai the Methodist LplM-opal
church occurs the l'ouith of the seiles
of lectin cs being given there. I lev. .
!. Simpson will give a. series of read
ings from tin works of Inn Mai.lfucii,
which have been very favorably ie
celved wherever thty have been licatd.
It Is said that the speaker possesses:
a rich Scotch dialect, which enables
him In Intel pi et the work of the noted
author In a very elfoetlve manner.
Iti'W Do (iroff, a Simda. ni'lmul mis
sionary with heailquartein nt Topeka,
Kansas, dplhvied a very interestlnj;
uildn'RM upon the 'onditinn ol' mission
work In tlm far west last nluht at the
regular prayer inetiupr serviie at the
At the niHt'tiiiK of the Improved Or
der of Odd 1'Vllown ln.st nijjht the fol
lowing olllrorx wen- t'lei'lcd for the t'li
Mihitf term: Xoblo grand. Hairy Ed
wards: vln Brand, CluiMlan Kellei ;
iwonllns secretary, llany Klzer: tru.s.
tec. Oeoigo W. Harper. The Installa
tion win take place on April IT.
0 Hirers for tin- ensuing year will
bo elected at Hie meeting of the Hed
Men wlileh takch plaee tonight.
All .special odlcers are requeued to
turn over their stars to Chief of Police
1' J. Healey before April 1.
The HarbeiH' union will moot ut. the
usual place this evening.
Local Xo. 17'., 1'nlteil Jllne Woiker.s
of America, will meet tonight at Man
ley's hall to receive dues and Issue
f'ons hnn comes lo the homes of
Mr. and Mis. John Million, of Monroe
avenue, and Mr. and Mis. Own Car
ney, of Fifth street.
Miss Xettle MeHnle has returned
from a visit of s-everal weeks spent In
New York city
Miss Lucy Decker it. visiting friends
In Haw ley.
Miss Clarissa .Morgan, of Plymouth,
is isltlug friends In town.
U. M. Holtham. of Uiiighamlon, In
vlbltlug lricnds In town.
The Amity Llleiniy and Debating
society will hold its regular weekly
meeting at the home of Albert Xet
tleton, corner Adams avenue nnd
(Jreen Uldge btrcet, this evening, when
the following programme will be ren
dered: Debate. "Uesolved, Thnt the
I'lilted States should irjluln Cuba": nf
firmnilve, ltussell Dower; negative,
Chailes II, Tobey; paper on Japan hy
llaiold Kennedy; paper on China by
A. a, Thomnsoii, of North I'arlr, lias
leturncd from I'hlladeliihla.
A tegular meeting of Ureen Hhlgo
lodge. Independent Older of Odd Fel
lows, will be held this evening In Ma
sonic hull, Dickson avenue. Election
of otllcers will take place.
Mis. I Ian lot Daitrniu, who has been
I ho guest of Mis. C. H. Tobey, has
returned to her home In Susquehanna
Mr. and Mis. Alfred Harvey enter
tained a few young people very de
lightfully at their homo on Wyoming
avenue hist evening, In honor of their
The Ladles' Aid society of the Pies.
iiyterian cliurcn regret to announce
that owing to the serious Illness ot Mr.
Maimer, the Kalllr boy chorus will not
be able to give the entertainment to
moriovv evening. Further announce
merit -will be mado If they can arrange
lo come within a week or two. If not,
the money will bo reiunded to those
who have purchased tickets from the
ladles who bold them.
'Ilii iiiuMu coition ol the f.r'eii Itlditt Wo
man' i-tuli will meet ut the ( oiisfiutcu- ot
Jlmle on '1 hiir.da.v in'.inlnsr, Mjn.li 03 it HJi)
SONS OF VETERANS' CAMP.
It Is to Be Held In Lebanon Next
Preparations aie under way for the
ritnto Kncauipiiier.t of the Sons of Vet-fi-ans.
which will be held In Lebanon
some linn In June nnd remain in
'"'sslnn iieuily a vvecK. About UOn
dcleK.Uis will attend and fully 1,200
sons will enennip In that city during
Hesldes the huslnebs which bo
transacted iho delegates and others at
tending usually malm this their nnnuat
outing and theie will bo a number of
attinctlvo fentitics that doubtless will
drou." Imhi crowds to Lebanon.
Positive Proof from Scranton
Can't Be Brushed Light
The render la forcd lo million ledge
that convincing proof In ills own city
Is pre-eminently ahead of endorse
ments ifroni every whPio eUe In our le
ptibllc. Head this:
Mr. William Morris, of a.'u Lacka
wanna nvenue, a member of the llrin
of Morris llrothers, one of the hugest
rctnli hoot nnd shoe stores, lit Mils
city, says: "I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and you can put me down us say
ing that in my estimation they are n
first class remedy. They called tins
completely of n dull aching pain across
my back nnd shoulders, which hud
been giving me much trouble for the
past year. 1 am not much of ii hand
at taking patent medicine, but In Jus
tice of the merit of Do.iu'h Kidney
1'IIIrt 1 feel It my duty to give them
my endorsement, and I take; pleasure
In recommending them lo any one that
1 may hear complaining nf backache."
For sab by all dealers. Price, f.O
i cuts. Fosier-Mllburn Co., Huffalo, N.
Y.. sole agents Tor the United .States.
ltemi'iuher Mi" name. Doan's, and
take no substitute
SOUTH SCRANTON NOTES.
James Connell Lodge, Odd Fellows,
Elected Offlceis Xnst NiRlrt.
Other News Notes.
Al the leglllar meeting of the Jnmei
Conii'.'ll lodge. No. ITll, Independent
Older of Odd Fellows, held last even
ing at Freuhnn'H hall, otllcers were
elueted for the ensiling term of siv
They ale: Noble giand, Fred V.
Hose; vice grand. Jtobcrl A. Scott; -ce-letaiy.
William Lush: nslstant secie
taiy, Charles Stone; ticasmer, Chailes
Their installation will take place at
tin neXu regular meeting, on April hi.
At St. Paul's Church.
Nineteen children of St. J'.iul'h
church, on Prospect avenue, will le
eclve the Lord's supiw at the hands
of Rov, A. r.allhotn, pastor of ithe
ihuich, next Sumiiiv morning at lC.S'J
They aie; AVilllain Heivseg, Kreder
Ick Votz, Fritz Loweustelu; Itobert
Dcinmes, August IDlnkel, Charles Hn
gel, Michael Thlede, Charles Sclunltz,
Conrad Huiiperty, Hrnest Sinlske, Wil-
Ham Adlot, Theodoie WIdner, MMiy
Omif-chke, Maggie Kaiser, Maiy Kia
mer, Lizzie Oeftering, Lena lloth.
BREEZY BITS OF NEWS.
The young men of St. John's chut eh
InJcnd cignnlzlng a glee club, and nil
young men who wish to Join should
report at the basement of St. John's
church this evening at 7.311 o'clock
The .Scranton S.u ngeriunde mei for
lehrnrcnl last evening In Athletic hall.
Tho Young People's .society of the
Hickory St ret I Presbyterian church
will hold their monthly business meet
ing Thin i Mlay evening at S o'clock. All
members are icquested to be present.
After the ni'etlng there will be an en
tertainment anil i-ocinl.
CONCERT BY THE STUDIO CLUB.
Earl Gulick. the Boy Soprano. Will
Be Heard nt It.
What promises to he the musical
event of the season Is the concert Mon
day evening, Apill H. at St. Luke's
Palish House by the Studio cluh, Miss
Cordelia Freeman, director, assisted by
Master Karl Gulick, the famous boy so
prano: Miss Julia Clnpp Allen, violin
ist'. Miss Charlotte Hlackmnn, pianist.
Kail Gulick tanks as the tlnest boy
soprano In the world, and though but
13 years old, has a repeitolre equal to
our great concert singers. Ills great
personal charm and exquisite voice win
triumphs wherever he sings. The con
cert Is for the benellt of St. Luke's
Mrs. Fred Wintermute.
Mm. hoi U'imnnuit.', ( 71.: (Yd.ii nunii',
forniiily .MIm JiiIIj Cinlon, dle.I jcstcnlay muni
lug attir mccU'ii illness ot niciiuiuiil.i.
Tlic miultij wire lrnimcil b Hit lioiw ul ill-fi'-Wil's
motlur, Mrs. Maiy Cinlon, of ai3 biulli
living aiitu". Mit wjv .!.l j.mm nt .iuc, .iml U
t.iinicl by lirr InMuml, n jouiik mhi, l.udm,
liijr inollui, utio liintliir, 'llionus, iiml lour -.i-torn,
Annie. Mrs. Julin Mica, Mi.. MUliarl Wli.il
inir Jnd Mi. Ilrnjimiii llikoi illc
Tho hnii'ul will l belli al !) ii'cloik 1'il.liy
inuinlrif, with 'tivicj jt St. I'.'tir'K citludul
and Inlinii'hi in tlio t'alhcdril cdiictrrj'.
Mrs. Maiy Scott.
"Mji.v, Hi will Pf l. J. fsotl, nf Wind .I'd,
Hiintiiuir, dud Jt lirr home jrstcrjiy j(tern'ii
.liter .i llnuerhig illuc . of inmuiiipilnn si,
was iijfid jean, and nUI"i heir (or iiimij
S will l.( iiuiumid 1 j lilfir iiuiiiIht of
frii lid". Ilor lijt.md and and eight iluWi 'n
mnhs ueveaaid. i lev .uc: Mlc I'llui A.,
Ii.jflii In Vft. 4 fcHtnol! .lim. K.iti and IMu.'ld.
1 c( New UrK uty; Jlldnel, (.Vore. Itlctuid .iml
.o.t'i'li 1'iiiifrjl nul.ic later.
Vuli..p Ileal;. a?td ui) cai-, died ut hl living
Mi I'ltu Miret, Duiiiu'Uf, ynteidaj, aflci an ill.
l.i'rt dltlns iifin I'tld ly lat wlrlilt dtidepfd
into acnii) pnenmoi.la in tiiJi micio foim Out
hi romtitniloii wji iinalik' to wlth'tatid ii. lie
I. nurvitiil by hi. wil. .
'the tnr.(i.il v. ill take pUct fiom hit lite lu.mc
rn I'riday olirnnvin at J o'cldok. Inli rrnuit
will te made in Mt. Cmml timelcrj
NUbii Uienioi,, a;ptl ii jfiu, ui ..10 palm
Hied, died yaticidsy liioiidng.
'I he (iiiici.it iii)iiojiH'fiTi;nt will be nude li'ti.
T'i fuiKt.il oi the llttln child cl Mi. and Mm.
.1. W. Titniali will oi held Jt thu honii; mi
V.liliin ai nil" at IHU b'cloik Ihi. niniiilli'..
liurlal will In. nude at Iik W.vhhuin ilutt
or nun ry
'IU' lumial of t,c Into Allurl l.nvu will
ouiir luimMniw .Uternxm. avivIii-ii vrlll he
held at Iho liowp on snilh llminliv ,w.nu4
and Intel mi nt will ho mado In the W.i.Mmrn
ftit tt iniicteiy.
The funiial nf, .luikoii T. Mcllamili, hiii ef W.
II. Miliaria!, ol G0 (Julm.v uvenue, w he
hM ut the family reldii(c tit ,1 o'lluih I'rhliv
ntti'inonn. hitunncnl will he made at IWn Mill
SERIOUS ACCIDENT HAPPENS TO
While Returning' from School Yes
terdny Noon She Slipped nnd Broke
Her Right Arm Rov. A. V. Dower
Will Deliver Lecture on "Sncted
Art" In rresbytcilnn Chinch Mon
day Evening Notes of tho Y. W.
C. A. Other Ncwb Notes nnd Per
Little Margaret .Slinm'. the !) ear
old daughter of 10 van SIihiiih, peimnii-
cut man ut tho Liberty Huso company,
had her right arm broken nt the elbow
The accident hnppened at noon,
when hi was returning home fiom
No. 25 school, and was caused by the
gill Hipping nnd falling. She was ie
moved to her home, over aiitlln'H drug
stoie, where Dr. Sureth was called
mill l educed the swelling.
She Is now resting easllv.
In the Providence I'lotdiytPtlnn
church, Monday evening next. April 1,
the Kaster season will be Introduced
by a lecture on "Sacred Art," by the
Rev. A. V. ltowcr, who by way ot
Illustrating his subject will use u
Htcteoptlcon. The scenes will all he
taken from nible history, ami he will
nlnco on canvas the events of "Pas
sion Vook" In our Lord's life, and
thus lead up in lectuie thiougli the
history of those eventful days to the
Kaster Sabbath, which will be ob
served bv the church on the follow
On Kaster Sabbath, there will be the
usual Haslet' her vices and sermons of
that day. On Kaster Monday evening
the choir ot about twenty voices will
give an Kaster conceit which will be
u. lilting nostlude to the Kaster fes
tival. Thus the Kaster in the Piovl-
deuce church will be more elnborately
observed than In ninny years, and tho
public In that section of the city will
doubtless show appreciation of such
exceptional effoits by large in tend
ance. Couit Street Fnir.
in (oiuiectlou with llli: Court .stieet
Methodist Kplscopnl church fair a Jap
anese wedding will be solemnized at
T.yo o'clock this evening, preceding
which supper will be served from .V:i0
to t,::o o'clock.
The fair has been veil attended and
many articles for decoration of the
home, and of utility are to he pur
chased at Its tiuoths,
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Kltihen fJarden this nfleuioon at
I o'clock. Illhle i-tudy this evening
at 7.30 o'clock, C. S. Scofleld's corres
Miss Wilson, file of the national
heeretarles, will hold n confeienen
with the executive committee Friday
i morning, March J9, at 10 o'clock'.
On Monday evening, Apill 1, at 7.3a
o'clock, Miss Wilson will meet all thu
members of the dllfereut committees
and teachers of classes In the associa
tion rooms, 1'04S North Main avenue.
It Is very earnestly icquested that
there .shrill be n full attendance of
committees to gleet Miss Wilson.
NUBS OF NEWS.
Thomas Hughes, of l'eun avenue,
was arrested by Patiolman Wu thins
yesterday for being diunk and ills-orderly
and resisting arrest. Hughes
was brought before Aldeiman Fldlcr
and lined ?10, which he paid.
Piofessor John Tlguc, the well
known gymnasium professor. v Ishes to
place his team In basket ball ugalnst
the North Knil Stars next Friday even
ing for a ptuse to bo decided upon
by the Stars, Mr. Tlgue's team hat
put up many good games before with
Miss Cora Gtlflln Morris, late or the
King School of Klocutlon, Pittsburg,
will give mi entertainment consisting
of humorous and dramatic readings,
nt. the Puritan Congregational church.
Class Vi 'which has the affair In charge
aro aelllng a large number of tickets,
nnd a crowded house Is expected. The
proceeds will go to the Sunday school
treasury. Apt II 8 is the date.
The Ladies' Card club met at the
home of Mrs. J. (1, Osterhout yester
Mrs. it. K. Westhtke Is huffeilug
fiom an Illness.
Mrs. George Spencer is convalescent
nfltr a serious IIIiicm'.
Tho police of this section turned out
yesteulay afternoon and counted tho
Tho funeral of Clarence, the 2-je.ir-old
son of Mr. nnd Mrs.Kdwin Thomas,
of Parker .street, will lake place this
afternoon at " o'clock from tho home.
11. Ii. McKeehan, of Jones sti-ent,
left yesterday for Ited Hank, New .Tei-t-ey,
wheie he has seemed u lucrative
position with the Tlntein Manor Water
TRAIN AND FREIGHT CAR.
They Collide on the Delaware and
The Delaware and llud.-un p.issi n-
' ger train, duo in this city fiom t'.ii-
hoildalo at -MS p. in., collided with
u fi eight car yesterday nlternoon.iiear
the Holt and Nut works, aud the cab
I of tho passenger engine was badly
! damaged, and the coaches scratched
Ihigluo 121, In charge, of 001111111:101)
Williams, was .switching a fielght car
1 In that vicinity when the car jumped
, the track with the above loult,
Knglneei' Alex. Copeiund, of Carbon
, dnlo, In charge of tho passenger train,
had a luirtow escape from s ileus in-
NATIONAL SECRETARY HERE.
She Will Hold a Gospel Meeting on
Mins rcilnabeih Wlli-on. one 01 iho
national secretaries of the Young Wo
men's Christian association, is visit
ing the city association. Hho will lead
n, union (iospel meeting iu tho ceuiial
rooms, on Sunday at IMS p. in.
On TuenJay. April '.. Miss Wilson
will speak In the Second Pie.sbyteiiair
church. All membeiR and friends of
A SENSIBLE MAN
Would mc Kcnii' Ilalain for ihe 'Ihiuat and
LuiHJ, It I' lUiliitf 1'ii'ie CuiiijIk, l uhl,
Adhnia, DionchltN, Cluiip nnd all J luoat and
Lniigr Troulik-, than an ether iiiedkim. 'Ihe
pioprlrtc'i' liij authoilird uny diuifiiUt Iu glu
you a Saniplo Dottle Pree to romliue jou of iho
1 unit at UlU uul ciuidr, I'llcu He. iud 00.
A COMPLETE CHANGE!
CM Kiiclld Ave. .Cleveland. O.,
TTarnir' Safe Dire Co.v
i'ocfttr,iV. 1 .
Deiitlrnirnt llcfore try
Die. m, law,
hie rear inrilirliie, i
do mm 1
bad to K
The W I!.
book I'T h Melius v
. "W. II L'rect Porm"
t, us rvr.iiv I'.viu.
I- " V
the association are Invited to hear Miss
There will he a geneial Young Wo
men's Christian association rally In
the First Presbyterian chinch Tuesday
evening at 7.13 o'clock, when Miss Wil
son will present the needs of the
Young Women's Christian association
In Scranton. She is it decidedly bright,
Interesting speaker and no one should
fall lo hear her. All members and
friends of the association an Invited
A NOVEL BOWLING MATCH
Twenty-eight Members of Bicycle
Club Roll an Interesting Game.
Banquet Tollowed Contest.
A most novel bowling match took
place at the Uicycle club last night,
when the members spent an evening
of thoiough pleasiue on 'the alleys and
after rolling a wonderful game en
joyed a bniiruict with nil the requisite
post prandial trimmings.
Tho contesting teams weie made up
of fourteen men on a side, and on
account of tho great number of bowl
ers, 'but eight frames were rolled. In
stead of tin customary ten. The
teams were captained n .lohn J.udwlg
and Smith (loruinn, and It was the
former's good mm and true who
The victorious team vas made up
of .lohn l.udwig. Dr. Wardell. llcy
nobis, Stair. Krvnmn. P'olej, Crotb.i-
mel, Plerct, Van Wormer, Simpson,
1'ryor, Mollis and tieoige Walters.
The losing side was m.ulo up of Smith
Gorman. 11. P. Connolly. TVtois, Mai
sluill, OVonncIl, Moore, Slvelly. Ouf
ileld, I". S. Walter, Jllta. Noriliup.
Mears ami Wallace,
A baiKiuel was nerved In the 1 lull's
dining hall, following the man h, and
C. R Peteis acted as tonsl master. It
was his privilege besides calling upon
various of the club members for ad
diesi.es to also award the pilzos for
tin- night's work, good bad or Indif
ferent ns tho o.iho happened to be. Tho
committee in charge had thoughtfully
ptovided a prize for almost every one
of die twcnty-eigiit nowiein nun mere
were as a lesull pi Iv.es for the high
est hioie, the lowest score, for the
Sieatest number of strikes nnd the
greatest number of spares, tor the
utifoi Minnie man who made the gr. lit
est number of splltM. tor the most
corpulent men who rolled, nnd various
Numerous membuis of thu club vvero
tulled upon for speeches and responded
happily. The committee In rliuigo of
the atfalr conslsttd of 12. C. Prjor,
Frank Heavers and I. H. Walters.
Bitter Sugar War Ended.
Ily i:Lludve Wlie 110m lite .0i l.itel I'.f
'fi I'd". Mneli ".-Ilioiiih the s lit 1 In 11
Mprunt cniir' ti Ohio In Ihe v.nr heluirn iho
.ihiilli and .Ii ' Ann. lit in siik'ar lli'li'dn"
i,Uiiuiv In. inn il '"in wiilulranu thai ...
tier; will W lal-'.i and thu hiitu hirhi hui . 1
tlio two rumiMiili'. I al an ind. 1'hi1 v.n t
It tins it tin aui. I'liieitl mi uul nude uh'.i
Chnrgeb Against a Fostmnster.
Ily i:cluihe Wire frmu Ino A'Otatnl l'ie..,
Wnthiliitlnn, Much ST. The civil serilen 10111.
lulolO'i lm nrdertd lilt lll ! Igntlull ol ihaik'14
MvliUh hue bvcii fud wllli the coiuiiiimIviI
11 s v v.
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-v "iijww'ws y-
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if x- wis
I f v I M 1 (in
I ' NJ lift
day 0 fit
liu t fine
eeniR to havr
rietn cuuiiKO. my
Mood in In flnn even.
dltlon. mr ncnR fttAdr.
and niv llfnriaitM i.nmntliTr
ponn. I nm Indeeil mint crratrMI lo hivn known
of your wiiinlfrfal nnrdlcine, nml 1 Kindly (ttrfl It
uiiu lirumu. lumnirpin'riniliT.
r.ui.i,ot!.)uuif......iii.. MHS. It. I'llTTinONK.
nmsa - -r .
Kiect Komi CaiKCtln nnsltlvelv tlionnlv
uiodci Nolit ut 11 iiiinleiiitK price wliicb nli olntcly
shows the propi r principle of 11 Htriiigbt-lriiut con
m ruction. 1'iicli pair I" norcd, bins rut unit Hindu
with extra heavy front sIohI.
Iteiuc'iuhrr Unit u NtrnlRtit slcct cnannt iiinki 11
i-tialglil fiont cuiM't, nnd 11 in' model wlileh dovi
not combine the above iiiiilllU'iitlons, us well us
uluipul sen tiiK riinniiiu uroiuitl lb: body lrom Ilia
ilirtiililir lothebultoia oftho front stiei, Is but an
( Id H.vlc with 11 new inline
HRICr PORM tvle 701. Heavy front meet. Of
vrbllo nml driili.leiiii; blp gored S1.00
URI2C1' I'OKM Style 70a lllp goied; heavy tront
slci'l. Iiule of Imported liiiimoud Siitcen In wnlte
a il drab. . $i.r,o
likiXT P UA1 Style -(n. Of iniiioi led Cotitll; fall
goied; bins rill; lor xitiull. rtloixler llrf res $1.75
UUliCr PCI KM Style Q50 ImprovtJ. I'n'iirU C'outll
In wliltp.'itid ilnib; Cull i;ored; hint cul $2.00
U l!CT FORM Stle odo. lif ovlra beuv.v I'rencli
' o ul II , i ti w ilto mid drub, and black iipc,n; full
itorcit; bins cul $2.50
l:KI!TI.)Rvl.tyleob3. Of impirlcd foutll; lull
Koied; Idas cut; heavily honed; for lull developed
CAUTIOV.-I.oul; tor the lettering 'W. P. Crect
Porm" otniiipt.il on thu tiisldo of every pair
All ilialirs In Si'riinlou buvo lliem 011 fair. If
kciiiI IiIh iiiiiiieuiul I o nrlco.vo 1 tie-
nnu wo win hfuiiuu ,vou nro supplied.
377 Broadway, New York.
I YCEUH THEATRE
- iti;is ,v nnt(ii'vrii:it, usscia.
A J. HLl'1 i, Vlanascl
Thursday, Match 28.
Air. Tim Murphy,
In "ul Snuih Itu-sHI'i Cheat siu,c,
fl Bachelor's Romance
A I oinedt in I'nm A I. hi Mttilii viorton
loniplrie and LI.1I11R1I1 1'iuduiii.jii in V.stxf,
Tour Ind.r Ihrecilon ol litl'.li Ii. Ill'.ltr.t:!!.
l'iict-v.V , fJie., "'.. and sl.m. Ilox l
),nr,. ral, fl.CO
Stan on sale Tuenlii' m ' a. 111
Cl.Ni: Ml.lll' OM.Y
FRIDAY. MARCH 20
"line ot Ihe lew women mi thf I tilt r tlai .tani,
Him fan Kiiikli .iml lnvf '"' woild laujli vllh
lur "New ioil. Ihrald
nnd (.niv oiher ju-t i ,'il. I'iretilina thl
lilrt iditnii 'I wu-ital mmttb
J'n m . :ni . . m sl -" una ! iO
Saturday, Matinee and Night,
h i'....iki' r hikiui 1'iiiioiH Imcnutionit
II . id Makii
The Belle of
"III oi.hli.il "f -ill Ihe t..wil Ulk ' Th
rak'i ol Ititli lonilnenN
Prhci Mdlil. " . Jilt V'"- . ) 3nI tl 50.
Malinci. "i' . rt'' and TV
sm on mIh IIiiumIiv at 1 a m
ACADEHY OF HUSIC,
RCI.SAIIUKOUNDHk IIARRV A. HROW.1
lliiu.-cn and Untn. Local Mimser,
IUIAN'1 I UP WK1.K
Vlatlllt. l"llda anil Nlllllda)
I ,lai ! ci)li'l Melodiaiiu
"THE TIDE Or LIFE."
H.i'umi' I'nin-I., and -V iwni
I muni; 1'ihe- l -'. '' a'"l & cnt.
Ml MAI WI.KK
The I iiinediaii,
Mr. Chniles Leyhutne,
ami i.i-. "ii loi.ipaio i.upioriiue M!m Ktnnii
Moiulav i-tt mtiic. "Tin I'rmt ' ot ljlcho."
All" U 111 ltltl.Nt.r0S' Maiujcr
Tluee Dnvs Commenrinf;- Thuisday
Matinee, March !28.
"Wine, Women and Song."
iiralmt Hi piHliiiJ.lt r d I'liulniric. r. Th-
ji.i-i'v out ot the iiplu cl a kiiprriidrndent ot a
bUllou hi I'illahiir;.
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